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Saturday September 24, 2016
How To Decode Your Tinder Date's Musical 'Anthem'
In just the latest indication that there are no new ideas, Tinder and Spotify are teaming up to turn the dating app into MySpace circa 2002. Tinder users will now have the option to choose an "anthem."

What the iPhone 7 Reveals about Apple's Augmented-Reality Plans
The now-shipping iPhone 7 Plus, complete with dual-camera technology, is the latest hint Apple is moving toward a device that features augmented-reality with its next big iPhone release.

Google Rejoins Messaging Wars with Its Artificially Intelligent App Allo
Allo, the standalone messaging app that Google announced in May, is now available to the masses, and probably smarter than any messaging app you've used. But is it too late to the scene?

Google Allo: Smart Enough For Your Chat?
Google wants to add a middleman to your mobile chats -- a personal virtual assistant who's not shy about interjecting itself into the conversation.

Samsung: Three Reports of China Phone Battery Fire
The burning saga continues: Samsung Electronics says it has received three reports of Galaxy Note 7 battery fires in China and investigated two of them, with external heat the cause of those.

Opera's New VPN Promises To Keep Your Web Browsing Private
Opera just became the first big browser with an embedded virtual private network. If more people knew how the Internet truly works, Opera says, they would insist on a VPN to keep their browsing private.

GoPro Unveils Its New Karma Quadcopter
Known for a rugged camcorder for outdoor adventurers, GoPro is unveiling a compact drone designed to record people's treks from above. The Karma enters the burgeoning market for consumer drones.

Man Sues After Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Explodes in His Pants
A-28-year-old man whose Galaxy Note7 exploded in his pocket has filed a lawsuit against Samsung, alleging he suffered "deep second-degree burns" on his thigh and thumb when the phone exploded.

Lyft Says Robots Will Drive Most of Its Cars in Five Years
Trying to keep up with its longtime ride-hailing competitor Uber, Lyft is being more explicit about what company president John Zimmer has dubbed the "third transportation revolution."



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