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Tinder adds ‘Moments’ photo-sharing feature that disappears after 24 hours

Tinder added a new photo-sharing feature called "Moments" to help users connect more easily with suitable matches. The photos self-destruct 24 hours after they have been sent, just like those sent on Snapchat.


Preggie app connects moms-to-be: Get ready to share your random cravings

The Preggie app aims to be the go-to social network for pregnant women. Moms-to-be can share their cravings, sonograms, concerns, and more with each other and even meet up to compare notes.


These devices won’t make the jump to iOS 8

If you're holding on to old Apple devices, you might not be able to get iOS 8 when it's released. Check this list to see if your device will be supported or if you're going to finally have to buy a new iOS device.


Razer Junglecat equips your iPhone with a slide-out gamepad

Razer announced the Junglecat, a slide-out gamepad for the iPhone 5 and 5S that will be available for purchase in July for $100.


5 major Android keyboards now confirmed for iOS 8

Apple finally announced that it will allow the integration of third-party keyboard apps in iOS 8. So far, leading alternative keyboard creators SwiftKey, Swype, and Fleksy have confirmed that their keyboards will work on the new version of iOS.


Motorola’s Moto Stream polygon makes any speaker wireless

Motorola introduced a new gadget called Moto Stream that connects to any regular speaker and makes it wireless. Then, five different people can control what music is playing remotely, using their smartphone, tablet, or computer.


T-Mobile Wi-Fi calling will work on iOS 8

T-Mobile announced that all iPhones with iOS 8 onboard will be able to use the company's Wi-Fi calling service. Sprint also offers the feature, but hasn't confirmed if iOS 8 devices will be able to use Wi-Fi Calling on its network.


8 companies Apple is screwing over with iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite

Apple loves iOS and OS X programmers, but isn't above "Sherlocking" apps with ideas that are a little too good. Guess who's on the list this year?


How iOS 8′s new developer features will impact you

Apple dedicated a good portion of WWDC 2014 to developers. What do the iOS 8 SDK improvements mean for developers and users? We take a look at all the changes and how they will play into the iOS 8 experience.


WWDC 2014 Recap: iOS 8, OS X Yosemite, iCloud Drive, and what’s still coming this fall

WWDC 2014's keynote announcements are over. Here is everything Apple revealed at the show this year, including OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, and what it still has planned for later this year.


Spotlight in OS X Yosemite takes after the Windows 8 Search Charm, makes it even better

If you've used both Mac OS X and Windows 8, you may have recognized that the upcoming OS X Yosemite has a Windows 8-like feature that's built into it. It appears that Apple has executed it better though. You can learn more here.


How to sign up for the Apple OS X Yosemite beta, set to launch this summer

Apple announced a beta program at WWDC 14 that will allow you to test out OS X Yosemite months before it's released. Here's how to sign up for the chance to do just that.


iOS 8 is official, with all new features and tighter OS X integration

iOS 8 is official. Here's everything we know about Apple's new mobile OS so far. We'll update this post throughout the WWDC keynote.


Apple aims to streamline home automation with HomeKit

Earlier today at the opening keynote of its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple pulled the curtain back on its unified smart home control app, HomeKit.