February 2017 Archive

Demographic Panic: China Considering 'Birth Rewards' to Encourage Citizens to Have More Babies

This will be the biggest challenge for developed nations over the next hundred years: depopulation. Expect strange things to happen in the western world and ...

Here's How The Deep State Is Trying To Lead Trump Into A Nuclear War

Via Daniel Lang of SHTFplan.com, Before Donald trump took office, he promised to rebuild the US military by diverting a lot more funding into the ...

81-year-old woman makes iPhone app after only starting to use computers at 60

If you laugh at how older people use computers, this 81-year-old from Japan is going to set you straight. Masako Wakamiya is making the news ...

These adorable teddy bears were reportedly hacked to expose 2 million messages

As if you needed another reason not to put an internet-connected microphone in your child’s bedroom.  A California-based toy company selling “a message you can ...

Amazon might update Alexa with voice recognition

Amazon’s Alexa could soon be a lot smarter. The company is working on a new feature that would allow its voice-enabled assistant to distinguish between ...

Love Pocket? Mozilla just bought the app to fix its mobile problem.

Mozilla is trying to get back into mobile.  The company acquired Read It Later, the developer of bookmarking app Pocket, in what Mozilla called its ...

You might want to rethink what you're 'liking' on Facebook now

Facebook’s reactions just turned one and the company is finally revealing how its revamped like button impacts your News Feed. It turns out the company ...

PebblePost raises $15M to combine online data and old-school mail

 PebblePost is betting that there’s a big marketing opportunity in printed postcards and catalogs. Read More

Dubset raises $4M to legalize remixes for Spotify and Apple Music

 Record labels refuse to allow streaming of remixes and hour-long DJ sets unless copyright owners get paid for every little sample. Dubset just raised $4 ...

Hater, an app for finding someone who dislikes the same things as you, to expand beyond dating

 Bonding over the things you hate can be more powerful than bonding over what you like, studies have shown. Now, a new dating app called ...

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