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Tracking Software Could Solve America’s Massive Rape Kit Backlog — So Why Aren’t We Using It?

Paying for all rape kits to be processed — and paying for a tracking software to make sure they are — comes down to whether or not states take sexual assault seriously. More »


How Is The iPhone 7 Different Than The iPhone 6? The New Model Will Be Out Soon

It better be good. More »


This UK App Sells Cheap Leftovers From Restaurants For A Good Cause

Too Good to Go, co-founded by Chris Wilson and Jamie Crummie, may be a useful tool to help people avoid cooking and save money, but its ultimate goal is a noble one. More »


Every Social Media App Is Turning Into Snapchat, So Get Used To Short-Lived Videos

Facebook’s insecure and desperate attempt to rip off the successful elements of Snapchat is such a flailing sad teen move, they haven’t even attempted to make it seem otherwise. More »


5 Apps To Help You Get Through The 2016 Election In One Piece

Since the U.S. hasn’t implemented online voting (yet) and you will have to actually go and vote Nov. 8, it’s best to make life as easy as possible until then by making your phone do all the work. More »


Are Female Emoji Harmful To Girls? No, They’re Just Emoji

CNN is asking me, “Are female emojis sexist and harmful to girls?” I can only respond with another question: “Can we not?”

Always, the menstrual product company, surveyed teen girls about coded-feminine emojis like the bride, the woman getting a haircut, and the nail polish emojis. Teen girls,More »


Facebook Employees Are Replacing “Black Lives Matter” Slogans With “All Lives Matter” At Company Headquarters

Facebook’s famous signature wall has become another battleground for diversity in tech. More »


Tech Bro’s Open Letter Is Everything That’s Wrong With How Homeless People Are Seen

It must be tough being a tech bro. On top of dealing with all the regular bro stereotypes, your constantly evolving industry and the cost of living San Francisco, you’re expected to look at poor people too? This struggle couldn’t be any more real for Justin Keller, the founder of startup Commando.io and now more notably,… More »


For The Love Of God Do Not Set Your iPhone Clock Back To 1970

Here is a cautionary tale for our time.

Apple has always bragged about their “no viruses” reputation, however, if you are dumb and decide to do this hack, you will definitely get one.

In this case if you set your baby — I mean iPhone clock back to January 1, 1970,… More »


Here Are Some Of The Things Teens Like In 2016

In case, as an adult, you want to be like a hip teenager. More »


A Witch Claims She Can Cure Computer Viruses With Her Magic

The honorable Reverend Joey Talley, is an ordained Wiccan minister in the state of California and claims that she has used her powers to cure computers of malware. Talley uses a number of techniques, ranging from burning sage around the computer to placing various stones and crystals near devices.

I mean I’m no… More »


Mark Zuckerberg’s 2016 Challenge: Build A.I. Butler For His Home

Mark Zuckerberg has set himself a tough challenge for 2016: Create an electronic butler to make Mark Zuckerberg’s life easier. The Facebook founder says he plans to “build a simple AI to run my home and help me with my work,” which he likens to Jarvis in Iron Man. “I’m going to start by exploring… More »


Mark Zuckerberg Is OK With Diaper Duty In Shocking Photo Of A CEO Being A Parent

Well look at that! A male CEO is actually taking care of a live human baby!!!

In weird non-news that feels pretty forced, Mark Zuckerberg posted a photo of him changing his daughter’s diaper on his Facebook page. He even captioned his photo “One more down, thousands to go.” Good lord, Papa Zuck. More »


Tesla CEO Elon Musk Opens AI Non-Profit So Robots Don’t Take Over The World

Billionaire tech mogul Elon Musk has started a nonprofit venture devoted to open-source research into artificial intelligence called ‘OpenAI.’ Musk is co-chairing the project with Y Combinator CEO Sam Altman, along with other prominent technology executives who are investing $1 billion in the project. It is aimed at creating artificial intelligence that augments humans’ capabilities instead… More »


Facebook Announces Four Months Paid Parental Leave For All Employees

Facebook CEO and Zillionaire, Mark Zuckerberg, recently got a lot of flack for announcing he was taking a whopping two months of paternity leave to help care for his baby with wife Priscilla Chan.

The outcry was due to the fact that the rest of Facebook’s employees were not guaranteed that time -… More »


Peeple Is Changing Its Features In Response To Tsunami Of Bad Press

But I’m still not convinced. More »


Kim K Suggests Editing Capabilities To Twitter And Co-Founder Is Into It

Kim Kardashian West is probably the most followed person on Twitter with 33.8 million followers, and so it is no surprise that Twitter’s co-founder Jack Dorsey listened to her request to be able to edit misspelled tweets that have already been sent. I guess we shall see just how influential she is. The reality star… More »


The “Bartesian” Is Like A Keurig, But For Booze

I started out making fun of the Bartesian. Surprise! I ended up Kickstarting it. More »


Track Your Sex Life With ‘Fit Bits’ For Your Naughty Bits

A lot of technological breakthroughs are happening in the sex toy industry.

Joining the revolution are two new sex tracking wearables that are pretty close to hitting the market.

Two different companies have announced plans to release “sex trackers” which in one instance, attach to your junk to track calories burned… More »


If You Are An Offensive Idiot Online, Get The New “Clear” App

If you happen to be a really terrible person on the internet but want to appear great, then the new “Clear” app is the right app for you!

Fired from Jeb Bush’s campaign after Buzzfeed found several of his tweets calling women “sluts,” as well as a bunch of homophobic references, Ethan Czahor… More »


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