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Tinder Has A Secret Version Called “Select”

Tinder app showing a Match

According to a source, Tinder has been operating a special version of their classic app, called “Select”. This is reportedly a members-only version of Tinder and it is mainly destined for celebrities and people who are very popular on Tinder. They are the so-called “elite” users and include CEOs, models, actors, influencers and so on and so forth. Tinder has ...

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Ford Testing 3D-Printing for Big Car Parts

Ford logo

According to what Ford said on Monday, the company is currently testing a 3D-printing technology for large car parts. This new technology could help drivers immensely in their efforts to customize their cars at a lower price. Ford is also stating that what they are working on could have amazing benefits for drivers: from low prices to higher efficiency. It could ...

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Facebook Tests a “Dislike” Button

Facebook Messenger app on iPhone

It seems like Facebook has begun testing some new users Reactions. Among them will apparently be a “Dislike” button too. However, the new button is not going to be where you would expect it to be. According to Facebook, from now on, you will be able to reply to your friends in the Facebook Messenger app by sending an emoji, the ...

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Bolivia Files Formal Complaint to France Because of Videogame

Image of Bolivia in-game

According to a report, the government of Bolivia has filed a formal complaint with the French embassy in La Paz. Their problem has to do with the way the developers depicted the country in the upcoming video game called “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands”, from Ubisoft. The story of the third-person shooter takes place in a future version of Bolivia ...

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Google Assistant Now Available for More Android Users

Google Assistant on smartphone

Since Friday, the Google Assistant is available to more Android users who have smartphones running on Android 7.0 Nougat and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Google made the official announcement that they would do this last week, but today, the company released a video ad which officially brings the good news. That the Google Assistant is from now on available to more ...

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Facebook to Use Machine Learning for Suicide Prevention

Hooded figure looking at a screen with facebook logo

Facebook recently made the announcement that that from now it will use a new technology based on artificial intelligence. This new technology is going to have as main focus the identification of users who have a high rick of committing suicide. It will then offer them the support they need in order to overcome the difficult times in their lives. ...

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“Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”, a Beautiful Creation

"Legend of Zelda : Breath of the Wild" screenshot in-game

“The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” is something else, especially when you compare this latest title with the previous installments of the series. It begins in a very mysterious manner and it ends on a challenging note. Critics have said that it represents both the old and the new vision of the Zelda series. And it does so brilliantly. ...

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Snapchat Working on A Drone

Snapchat app on iPhone left on bed

A recent report from New York Times states that Snap, the company behind the popular Snapchat app and the Snap Spectacles are planning to build a drone of their own. According to this same report, three different sources have reportedly received a briefing regarding the hardware. Why a drone? Well, this drone will supposedly take photographs and record videos which ...

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Uber CEO Caught on Tape in Heated Argument with Driver

Travis Kalanick sitting on a sofa

On Tuesday, Bloomberg made public a video footage which shows Uber CEO Travis Kalanick involved in a heated argument with one of his drivers. The man, Fawzi Kamel, reportedly complained to Kalanick about the falling fares. The video footage seems to confirm what many other people have said about him and his behavior. They characterized him as being a rather ...

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Stuffed Toys which Can Record, Dangerous for Your Child

Plush Dog Toys Children Soft

It has been a serious concern for a long time that stuffed toys could record messages and sounds. So, they could really be a risk for the privacy of the children and their parents too. It seems like now, through a security vulnerability, anyone was able to see personal information, see photos or hear recordings belonging to the owners of ...

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