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The StayGo App Can Give You A Heads-Up If Your Relationship Is On The Rocks

The StayGo app uses a scientific algorithm to determine how compatible you are with your date.

Apps/Software May 18, 2016

The Yams Will Handpick New Music For You, No Algorithms Necessary

The Yams is a music service that doesn't depend on a computer algorithm to show you new music. Instead, you'll be interacting with the company's human curators.

Apps/Software May 18, 2016

Study: Restaurant Patrons Are Heavily Influenced By Mobile Marketing

Twenty-five percent of diners who participated in the survey claim they had at least one restaurant-specific mobile app on their smartphone.

Apps/Software May 17, 2016

Study: Mood-Reporting App Could Help Understand Patients With Moderate-To-Severe Depression

Research shows monitoring mood with an app can help gauge depression levels in patients.

Apps/Software May 17, 2016

Your App Is Not Going To Make You Rich, Top 1% Of US App Publishers Account For 94% Of Revenue

About $1.3 billion of the estimated $1.4 billion in net revenue generated by the store in Q1 went to just 623 publishers.

Apps/Software May 17, 2016

How The Snips App Uses Its AI To Act As More Than A ‘Digital Butler’

The app guarantees to keep all of this personal data private, meaning no one except you will see it.

Apps/Software May 17, 2016

Raspberry Pi Debuts A Camera Connector For The Raspberry Pi Zero

The camera connector itself looks like two small microchips and a yellow ribbon.

Computers May 17, 2016

Line, The Messaging App, Has Launched A Delivery Service App In Thailand

Line begins offering delivery services in Thailand.

Apps/Software May 16, 2016

'Breakaway,' An Online Soccer Game, Is Changing The Way People Think About Violence Against Women

Since the game’s debut, it has been played in 180 countries and translated in four different languages.

Life & Style May 16, 2016

Federal Job Applicants May Now Have Their Social Media Posts Checked Before Hire

Applicants won’t be asked to reveal any of the pseudonyms they use on social networks.

Internet May 16, 2016

UK’s Government Communications Headquarters Says ‘Hello’ To The World On Twitter, Twitterverse Reacts

It is the first of the UK's three agencies — the others being the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) and the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) or MI6 — to send out a tweet.

Internet May 16, 2016

Garmin Launches The Vívosmart HR+ With GPS For More Accurate Activity Tracking

The Vívosmart HR+ is designed to keep track of users' heart rates and movement while simultaneously using GPS.

Wearable Tech May 16, 2016

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update Will Come With More Promoted Apps, Advertising

Microsoft also wants users to 'discover and engage with high quality and locally relevant apps.'

Microsoft May 16, 2016

South Korea Looks To Entice Foreign Startups This Summer With A New Program

The country intends to invest nearly $3.7 billion in the startup industry over the course of the next three years.

Business Tech May 13, 2016

Researchers: Summer Is The Peak Season For Travel, But Not Travel App Downloads

Researchers determined that travel app downloads actually peak in November and continue on through January in the U.S.

Apps/Software May 13, 2016

Cola, The Messaging OS, Rolls Out Real-Time Weather Updates In Partnership With The Weather Channel

Upon receiving the Cola bubble, users can continue to ask, 'What's the weather like?' to get real-time updates.

Apps/Software May 13, 2016

Mission Cables Launches Battery Base, A Portable Battery For Your Amazon Echo

The Battery Base is designed to provide the portable device with up to six hours of audio playback.

Gadgets May 13, 2016

One Poland Nonprofit Is Working On 3D-Printed Smart Glasses For The Visually Impaired

Users who are wearing the glasses can press a button on the frame to take a picture of the object in front of them.

Wearable Tech May 13, 2016

Grab, The Airport Food-Ordering App, Makes Air Travel A Little Less Stressful

As of May 11, Grab is now available at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. With the free app, travelers can preorder food for their trip at restaurants like Hockeytown Cafe and the Coffee Beanery.

Apps/Software May 12, 2016

Defense Secretary Ash Carter Looks To Strengthen Washington’s Relationship With Silicon Valley

While speaking to a group of reporters on May 11, Carter gave a prime example of the government’s move to use more tech, citing electronic techniques used by U.S.-led coalitions to disrupt jihadist forces.

Security May 12, 2016

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