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10.8.19

TikTok, the App Without Time, Is Testing a Timestamp Feature

TikTok, the explosively popular video app, is testing a time stamp feature in the “Following” tab of select users.

5.21.19

Introducing the Only Astrology App You Need

Astro Guide is your home for personalized horoscopes and cosmic wellness.

2.22.19

China’s new top app rewards users for consuming Communist Party propaganda

"Study to make China strong" has been downloaded more than 44 million times since launching last month.

10.8.18

You Can Now Use 'Snapcrap' to Report Piles of Literal Shit on SF's Streets

It works just like Snapchat—only instead of sending bathroom selfies to your friends, you can DM photos of dookie straight to the local government.

7.9.18

We Spent A Month Swiping Right on Minder, the Muslim Tinder

It generally starts like this: “Hey”. “Hi”. “Hi”. “Hey”. “Hey”. “Wussup.” If you thought Minder would be different, you’re wrong.

6.15.18

For MoviePass, Losing Money Was the Plan All Along

On this episode, we discuss the company's controversial business plan, and what it actually does with your data.

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5.11.18

I Tested an App That Provides a Live Soundtrack to Your Shagging

'Bed Beats' claims to intuitively sync songs with the increasing rhythm of your thrusts.

3.27.18

Well, This Uber Ride Didn't Go as Expected

RECALCULATING.

3.21.18

Mark Zuckerberg just broke his silence about the Cambridge Analytica scandal

"I want to share an update on the Cambridge Analytica situation," Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post.

2.5.18

Are mobile carriers already violating net neutrality?

A new app may be able to detect when mobile carriers slow down access to certain apps or content

1.17.18

New App Aims To Improve Safety of Sex Workers

The industry is eyeing the Quebec-made app Gfendr with a mix of skepticism and optimism.

7.31.17

'Gentleman,' Today's Comic by Bridget Meyne

Our heroine finds a way to overcome the woes of online dating.

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