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Swing Copters will make you hate helicopters, hammers, and life.
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It’s sort of harder than you think. But it’s never hard when you’re working with Toshiba.
The social network reports that 70% of its global employees are male.
He says virtual theft should be treated like real-life theft in the eyes of the law.
Because today’s babies are high-tech.
Dating app Tinder was being sued for sexual harassment and discrimination by the company’s former co-founder and marketing vice president, Whitney Wolfe. The case now appears to have been dropped.
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Sleep Dealer is one trippy sci-fi film that’s peppered with great social commentary. The 2008 Sundance hit is being re-released on iTunes June 17.
“We’re not where we want to be when it comes to diversity,” Google admits in a new report that shows its workforce is overwhelmingly white and male.
We dare you to watch on your phone…
Since they don’t have a reputation to protect, there’s no need to think about the consequences.
Updates are out for both iOS and Android devices.
PUT DOWN YOUR PHONE AND EVERYTHING WILL BE OK. JUST PUT IT DOWN.
Young people are increasingly taking pains to protect their privacy online. If “‘Don’t talk to strangers,’ becomes ‘Delete your cookies,’ what does that mean for brands long-term?”
The website now reroutes to a page that says “our balloon has changed directions.” Barry Diller’s IAC, the owner of Match.com, just announced the date-planning service, which was similar to HowAboutWe for Couples, in January.
Want to wager on Google Glass or Amazon drones? These guys will be happy to place your bets.
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The app wants to filter through Facebook events and tell you who of those attending are single.
If you have $1,500 to spare, that is.
WHERE IS MY PHONE? Nevermind, I’m holding it.
Revelations that 500,000 sites have been deemed vulnerable have sparked suggestions users should change their passwords. Here’s why you shouldn’t do it, at least not yet.
Robots, self-driving cars and computer glasses are just the start.