Have a robot text your girlfriend

Let’s be honest: Relationships are hard, especially when you’re with somebody who requires that you text him or her every other second. By creating a smartphone app that automatically texts your girlfriend (or boyfriend, to be all-inclusive) with a preset message, the Australian minds behind “BroApp” hope they’ve found a
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In the news: Facebook buys WhatsApp

More casual than texting but less creepy than Facebook chatting, “WhatsApp” has become enormously popular for college students looking to stay connected to everyone around the world. On Feb. 19, the company was bought by Facebook for $19 billion, the largest purchase of a company backed by venture capitalists ever.  
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According to this website, you might have less than 1 soulmate

If you’re single and miserable, you probably shouldn’t check out lessthanone.com. Have you ever thought about how many people you’re likely to meet are actually compatible with you? Between random hookups and awkward dates, it’s easy to avoid thinking about finding “the one.” In fact, the concept is so abstract you
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Facebook app lets you know it’s TIME to get married

We’ve all heard it before: College is the time to have fun, try new things and maybe even “find yourself.” But is it the time to find your significant other? Perhaps even tie the knot? A TIME app predicts the “perfect marriage date” for you. Valentine’s Day is over, but
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We want more free TV

Congratulations! you’ve finally managed to carve out 45 minutes to spend some quality time with your laptop. You’ve successfully finished reading the 80 pages assigned by your political science professor or hellish problem set. It’s time for a reward; too bad Hulu and Netflix haven’t put up the new episode
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A Valentine’s Day lesson from “Flappy Bird”

Sometimes you don’t realize how much you love something until it’s gone. This Valentine’s Day lesson comes from the quick demise of “Flappy Bird,” the hit mobile game. “Flappy Bird” — brainchild of Vietnamese game developer Dong Nguyen — set the mobile world ablaze with a fiery temper after its
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