Apple first introduced Live Photos in the iPhone 6S series back in 2015, but the odd photo/video-clip hybrid has taken its time coming to the internet. While Tumblr was the first to integrate Live Photos into its site last September, Apple is finally…
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Now Apple’s Live Photos can work on any website
OK Cupid is launching a new version of its mobile app that probes users’ political and ethical beliefs in the hope of finding “deeper connections.” The new app is available today, and comes as part of a company-wide redesign (rolling out next month) focused on clean, simple illustrations from Berlin-based artist Jay Daniel Wright. The latter is a replacement for OK Cupid’s Tinder-style feature Quickmatch, which let you swipe to connect with potential dates based on a single photo, name, age, location, and compatibility score. It’s not much of a difference, but OK Cupid claims a limited roll-out of the feature saw users’ number of mutual matches triple.
OK Cupid now asks potential dates the big question: ‘Trump, yes or no?’
NEW YORK (AP) — The Google Chromebook, a type of stripped-down laptop, isn't a practical mobile device for many people — mostly because it basically turns into an expensive paperweight whenever it can't find a Wi-Fi connection.
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How Google Chromebooks conquered schools
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Originally cast in a starring role, Netflix's original DVD-by-mail service has been reduced to a bit player — one that may eventually get killed off as the company focuses on its booming video streaming service.
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Netflix’s shrinking DVD service faces uncertain future
Imagine you're behind the wheel when your brakes fail. As you speed toward a crowded crosswalk, you're confronted with an impossible choice: veer right and mow down a large group of elderly people, or …
For driverless cars, a moral dilemma: Who lives or dies?