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Tinder launches a Spring Break mode

Tinder, the dating app company which, as of late, has been more fully embracing its status as the preferred hook-up app of choice for the younger generation, is today launching a new feature designed for its college-aged Tinder U users: Spring Break mode. The feature will allow students to swipe

Here are all the 5G phones announced at MWC

Mobile World Congress is underway, which means there are a handful of brand spankin’ new 5G phones hitting the market soon. How ever will you decide? Here’s a look at all the 5G phones announced thus far: Huawei Mate X The Mate X is a foldable 5G phone with one 4.6-inch screen, another 6.6-inch

Nickelodeon Teams Up with the NFL

Nickelodeon has joined forces with the National Football League in line with its Big Game themed project, Double Dare at the Super Bowl. Nickelodeon and the National Football League have partnered to get families pumped up for the Big Game with the release of Double Dare at Super Bowl. The spot premieres

Crypto wallet BRD raises $15M for Asian expansion

Mobile cryptocurrency wallet BRD is announcing that it has raised $15 million in Series B funding. The funding comes from SBI Crypto Investment, a subsidiary of Japanese financial services company SBI Holdings (formerly a subsidiary of SoftBank). BRD said the funding will allow it to grow its product and engineering teams,

Clippers Partner With Vertebrae to Create AR Pop-A-Shot Mobile Game

The Los Angeles Clippers have launched a new augmented reality Pop-A-Shot basketball game for fans. The mobile game was developed in partnership with Vertebrae, is firm that creates web-based AR experiences for brands. Fans can play the “Clippers AR Moneyball Challenge” on smartphones or tablets via the game’s mobile browsing page—no

US will reportedly seek criminal case against Huawei for stealing tech secrets

According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, U.S. federal prosecutors are preparing a criminal indictment against Huawei for stealing trade secrets. The report, which cites sources with knowledge of the indictment, specifically mentions Huawei’s actions surrounding a T-Mobile smartphone testing tool known as “Tappy.” The report notes that

The year social networks were no longer social

The term “social network” has become a meaningless association of words. Pair those two words and it becomes a tech category, the equivalent of a single term to define a group of products. But are social networks even social anymore? If you have a feeling of tech fatigue when you open

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