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Apple approves 'only gay social app for ages 12 and up'

The founders of Distinc.tt believe it's time for a gay social app that doesn't have sex at its core. This is an app that "you can bring home to Mom."

By Dec. 14, 2013

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Should you let your lover spy on your iPhone messages?

There's little worse than leaving your iPhone unattended and wondering if your significant other is sniffing around it. There is, apparently, a way to find out. But where do you draw the line between love and privacy?

By Sep. 5, 2013

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The 404 1,200: Where we play the crying game (podcast)

On today's 404 episode, we'll discuss the many ways that you can lose your sexual dignity online. From Bang With Friends to Google Street View to Grindr and OKCupid involuntary flash mobs, use this show as a how not to conduct yourself online.

By Feb. 1, 2013

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Singlesquare turns Foursquare into location-based dating service

Foursquare lets you win virtual mayorships, but what about winning people's hearts? Singlesquare builds a location-based dating service on top of Foursquare's check-in tech.

By Jan. 21, 2011

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The 404 753: Where Cookie Crisp killed our mojo (podcast)

Is Internet porn causing men to emotionally detach from their partners in real life and instead form mental bonds with adult stars? Sparked by an article in NY Mag, The 404 asks the hard questions on today's podcast episode.

By Feb. 8, 2011

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Let's Date offers a sexy, new way to find love from your iPhone

The funky iOS-only application picks out people for you to date and then gives you two choices: "no thanks" or "let's date." The rest is up to you.

By Feb. 7, 2013

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Try this great iOS app discovery service: Crosswalk

A new service reaches into your iCloud account to keep track of what apps you've downloaded. Then it tells you what your friends have that you're missing.

By Nov. 9, 2011

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The Web service that points you towards the ladies

Wheretheladies.at, an iPhone compatible service that uses Foursquare to calculate how many women have checked in to a given place, began as a joke. And now it's for real.

By Oct. 4, 2010