Mobile

Director Steven Spielberg Will Create A Horror Show That Can Only Be Watched At Night

This sounds very interesting!
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New Feature Promises To Turn Facebook Into The New Tinder

Last year, Facebook unveiled a new feature on their website called "Facebook Dating."
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The Vatican Launches Catholic Version Of "Pokemon Go," Where Users Try To Catch Saints

In an effort to appeal to a new generation, The Vatican has launched its own version of Pokémon Go, but instead of catching Pokémon, users collect Catholic saints.
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Teen Invents Mobile Airbag That Deploys When You Drop Your Phone

If you've had a cell phone longer than a day, chances are you've dropped it.
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Uber Launches 911 Button That Sends Real-Time Location To Police

Uber has proven to be a safe way to get around the city, but there's always something wary about getting into the car of a complete stranger for a ride.
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FTC Rules "Warranty Void If Removed Stickers" Are Totally Illegal

"Warranty void if removed." More often than not, you'll see one of these stickers on your purchases, and usually it will force you to use that particular company's parts or services to fix anything broken.
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Dwayne Johnson To Give Away $300,000 On "HQ Trivia" Mobile Game

Dwayne Johnson is the biggest and most popular movie star in the world. "HQ Trivia" is growing to be one of the world's most popular mobile games. Putting them together spells out a potential of big cash for you!
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Video Game Creators Honor Teacher's Request, Add Note To Loading Screen Asking Students Not To Play In Class

Fortnite is probably the most popular video game in the world right now.
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Pyeongchang Sees 348% Increase In Tinder Use Thanks To Olympic Athletes

South Korea has never been one of Tinder's Top 10 markets. The athletes competing at this years Winter Olympics are apparently determined to change that.
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