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LuvByrd dating app mixes love of the outdoors with — love

LuvByrd dating app mixes love of the outdoors with — love It certainly worked for LuvByrd founder and CEO Mike Keshian,who found the love of his life on the app.More: Photos in dating apps not doing it for you?

Tinder for moms? The Peanut app helps get the gang together for friendship and playdates

Tinder for moms? The Peanut app helps get the gang together for friendship and playdates It’s hard to name a social network geared toward women with kids.Sure, websites like Cafe Mom and ParentsConnect cater to moms, but they don’t exactly offer the polished experienced that social behemoths like Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat deliver.

YouTube faces off against Facebook Lite with lightweight YouTube Go

YouTube faces off against Facebook Lite with lightweight YouTube Go Facebook has already proven that lightweight versions of popular apps can be a hit in developing markets — just ask its now 200 million monthly users in those markets.And now, YouTube is hoping to take a page out of that book with the inconspicuous launch of YouTube Go.

Break out the birthday candles, Flickr just became a teenager

Break out the birthday candles, Flickr just became a teenager The photo platform says it is “just as full of wonder, snark, and creativity as we’ve ever been.That same year, the platform allowed photo uploads up to 1MB in size displayed in either galleries or photo streams with the latest uploads.

Yahoo Mail gets a couple updates, including caller ID and photo syncing

Yahoo Mail gets a couple updates, including caller ID and photo syncing Well, you can’t say Yahoo Mail isn’t trying.The latest attempt comes in the form of an update to Yahoo Mail that will hopefully please the 225 million people who actively use the service every month.

Twitter kills off latest safety update after wave of negative feedback

Twitter kills off latest safety update after wave of negative feedback The company proved that on Monday when it appraised a safety update it had released just hours earlier after the site’s users criticized it.Its original announcement declared it would no longer notify users when they were added to a list.

Google fooled by fake Amazon site that showed up as an ad in search results

Google fooled by fake Amazon site that showed up as an ad in search results These ads were served up last Wednesday to anyone performing a Google search for the word “amazon,” even appearing ahead of the legitimate link to the online store.However, it’s notable that the culprits were able to get their fake ads past Google’s safeguards — especially since they were posing as a retailer as well-known as Amazon.

Get Outlook.com Premium for a bargain price — but only if you live in the U.S.

Get Outlook.com Premium for a bargain price — but only if you live in the U.S. If you act fast and live in the U.S,, you can sign up for Microsoft's Outlook.

Reddit is cleaning up its public front page for new users

Reddit is cleaning up its public front page for new users What they won’t see are posts from NSFW communities and adult subreddits, communities that are commonly filtered from the default front page by members, and the subreddits that have chosen to opt out of the front page altogether.More: App attack: Flipboard’s big update tailors magazines just for you Reddit has fittingly dubbed the new page r/popular, whereas in the past it was called r/all.

Twitter is temporarily restricting the reach of abusive accounts

Twitter is temporarily restricting the reach of abusive accounts The social platform has recently taken to clamping down on abuse with a renewed sense of urgency, and its latest measure places a temporary timeout on accounts that violate its policies.A number of users are tweeting that they’ve received notices from the company that their accounts are being “limited” in terms of reach, reports Heat Street.

Canned spam: Padmapper’s new algorithm takes aim at scams and fishy listings

Canned spam: Padmapper’s new algorithm takes aim at scams and fishy listings Furthermore, with PadMapper’s collaboration with Zumper in 2016 — a separate platform offering rentals — users of Post a Pad grants access to both rental marketplaces.Along with its Post a Pad app, Padmapper also announced an upgrade of its security system to protect its users.

Yahoo is warning users over state-sponsored cookie-forging attacks

Yahoo is warning users over state-sponsored cookie-forging attacks In an email to users, Yahoo said it has identified evidence of cookie-forging attacks on some accounts, which would allow attackers to access an account without re-entering a password.The email was only sent to accounts that Yahoo believes have been affected by these intrusion attempts so we don’t know how many people have been impacted.

Tinder makes a move: Dating app may add a Snapchat-like video feature

Tinder makes a move: Dating app may add a Snapchat-like video feature You may soon be able to see a video of someone before you decide if you want to swipe right.According to reports, Tinder plans to add video features to the app, but no further details have been offered.

Gyfcat makes it easier for developers to make GIFs a part of their apps

Gyfcat makes it easier for developers to make GIFs a part of their apps Thanks to services like Gyfcat, sharing them is about to become a whole lot easier.“As GIFs continue to catch on as a visual language, there is tremendous value to developers in a ready-made keyboard SDK that they can easily integrate into their apps.

Zuckerberg discusses fake news developments as part of new Facebook mission statement

Zuckerberg discusses fake news developments as part of new Facebook mission statement The 6,000 word post covers everything from fake news to civic-engagement, and how Facebook can play a role in fixing these (and other) global issues.More: A 19-year-old Stanford student has created a ‘fake news detector AI’ Zuckerberg mentions that Facebook is using artificial intelligence to reduce the spread of what it deems “sensationalist” news stories.

PicsArt aims to make photo editing (more) social with a new chat feature

PicsArt aims to make photo editing (more) social with a new chat feature Today, the mobile app launched Remix Photo Chat, which allows users to share images within private groups for re-editing.While the app is both a photo editor and a social platform, the latest update now allows users to engage in on-one-on or group chats, editing images not shared publicly.

Samsung’s VR concepts aim to help the blind, decorate your home, and travel the world

Samsung’s VR concepts aim to help the blind, decorate your home, and travel the world The projects will debut at 4 Years From Now, a platform that connects startups, investors, and corporations to co-develop new ventures.More: Check out 6 whimsical projects from Samsung’s experimental C-Lab The first project, Relúmĭno, is perhaps the Creative Lab’s greatest breakthrough.

EU still unhappy with Windows 10 data collection, despite changes

EU still unhappy with Windows 10 data collection, despite changes The European Union (EU) has let Microsoft know that it’s not completely satisfied with the company’s work so far in managing Windows 10 privacy and that more remains to be done, as PCWorld reports.More: Microsoft is giving users more control over the private data Windows 10 collects Privacy issues in the EU are managed by the Article 29 Working Party, which represents all of the privacy regulators for each EU country.