Facebook’s privacy lockdown broke Tinder

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In case you haven’t heard, Facebook’s been having a rough time. Misuse of user data in the Cambridge Analytica scandal may have affected as many as 87 million users, so Facebook decided to seriously clamp down on the amount of data developers could use. That little move happened to break Tinder. As spotted by New York Magazine, Facebook’s privacy changes seem to have caused something to go wrong with the way Tinder uses Facebook information. Users were logged out of their accounts, asked to log back in, and the caught in a loop. That’s going to screw up a lot…

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Zuckerberg: Most of Facebook’s 2 billion users should assume their data has been compromised

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today revealed that all of its 2.2 billion users should assume their public data has been compromised by third-party scrapers. The source of this vulnerability is Facebook’s search function, which allows anyone to look up users via their email address or phone numbers. Users have to opt into it, via an option that lets their names come up in searches. The security settings have this option on by default. In a blog post from CTO Mike Schroepfer, Facebook hinted at the scope of the problem: However, malicious actors have also abused these features to scrape public…

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Someone raised over $100k to make a wooden egg on Kickstarter

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A wooden egg… why didn’t I think of that? Where I come from, people will willingly fork over $ 20 for a two-ingredient dish consisting of bread and an avocado — which literally grow on trees around here (Southern California). So it’s hard to make fun of a $ 13 egg handcrafted from wood, brass, or stone that’s meant to serve as a reminder to chill the fuck out. I mean, people once bought 1.5 million rocks at four dollars each from an enterprising genius named Gary Dahl. The Pet Rock, as it came to be known was little more than a rounded…

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Report: Apple is building an iPhone with touchless gestures

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The iPhone X lets you unlock your device without even touching it. Now, it seems Apple may be working on a way to let you actually use your phone without touching it either. According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple is working on “touchless gesture control” which would allow iPhone users to “perform some tasks by moving their finger close to the screen without actually tapping it.” Think of how many styluses allow you to hover over your screen without touching anything, for instance. Granted, this would be far from the first time we’ve seen  touchless gesture controls – remember…

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CEO of Mt. Gox doesn’t want the leftover billion dollars worth of BTC

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Four years ago Mark Karpeles became one of the most controversial figures in the fledgling cryptocurrency space after his exchange, Mt. Gox, abruptly went down along with 850,000 Bitcoin. Now the controversial Mt. Gox CEO is back to apologize for his mistakes. In a Reddit AMA session, Karpeles took a moment to address some of the criticism aimed at him and the way he handled the Mt. Gox bankruptcy. Here are some of the more interesting things he had to say: I did my best trying to grow the ecosystem by running the biggest exchange at the time. It had…

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Apps are getting dumber — and that’s a good thing

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They’re using the best practices of interaction design and psychology to build products with your brain in mind. Here’s how they’re doing it: Be a feature Famed venture capitalist Fred Wilson insists that successful mobile products need to do just one thing well. App designers often forget the speed and attention constraints people experience while using their products. Testing your app in the office, while it’s connected to wi-fi and is the focus of your attention, hardly represents the hectic, real-world conditions experienced by most users. Mobile services not only compete for our attention with the other umpteen things we could do…

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Huawei’s Honor hints at releasing a new AI-tinged phone in May

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Honor, a sub-brand of Chinese phone giant Huawei, is hinting at big things to come. An email sent to TNW (and, it seems, various other members of the tech press) asks reporters to “save the date” for an event due to take place in London on May 15, focusing on “Beauty in AI.” The phone manufacturer’s PR representatives attached a GIF to the email showing London’s cityscape, with a silhouette of a phone overlaid. It also contains a camera shutter effect over the words “AI,” suggesting that the focus of the event will be photography. Looks like @UKHonor is up…

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March in Africa: Uber on motorcycles, Spotify’s arrival, and solar panels

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It’s been on the cards for a while, and now it is finally here. Introducing “Uber for motorcycle taxis” in Africa. Yes, Uber has finally introduced a ride-hailing service for motorbike taxis — locally called “boda bodas” — in Uganda. Uber has company, however, in the form of rival Taxify, which has rolled out its own boda boda service in Kampala, with both apps going head-to-head with local alternative SafeBoda. Uber, meanwhile, is appealing the ban on its services in Egypt and has expanded its UberEATS service to a host of new African countries. In other major global company news…

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YouTube shooting spree: Here’s what we know

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Earlier today, police responded to reports of a shooter in YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, California. The altercation left four wounded and one dead — presumed to be the shooter. At a press conference, San Bruno Police Chief Ed Barberini said: We have four victims, who have all been transported for gunshot-related injuries, and we have one subject, who is deceased inside the building with a self-inflicted wound that, at this time, we believe to be the shooter. But we’re still following up on that. Bay Area news station KRON 4 reported police received multiple 911 calls from inside the building,…

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Apple snaps up Google’s AI chief to fix Siri

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In an effort to catch up to its rivals’ AI assistants, Apple has brought on board Google’s head of AI and search, John Giannandrea, reports The New York Times. Giannandrea, who’d been at Google since 2010 and served as its senior vice president for search since early 2016, will run Apple’s machine learning and AI strategy, and report directly to CEO Tim Cook. That’s huge for Apple, which will now hopefully be able to improve its Siri assistant, which presently features on its iOS devices and woefully lags behind Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa when it comes to understanding voice…

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