Now, you never have to compromise your privacy or security again by giving out your real phone number to someone you're thinking of dating. Better yet, if it doesn't go well, you don't have to respond to their texts, either, thanks to an app and a bot that make dating in the 21st century safer and easier. (VIDEO)
Do you know what your kids are up to when they're online or using their smart devices? Do you really know? An app for proactive parenting allows users to monitor their kids for risky or dangerous behavior without having to keep them under lock and key. It even shows you deleted texts and images they're posting. Find out what it's called and what social media platforms it covers.
Need help getting dressed for that big date or job interview and not sure what to wear? No problem! A new app called Posh Peep gives you feedback from social media users turned fashion critics on the spot. Save yourself from embarrassing fashion faux pas and find out more about how it works and which social media platform is connected to it.
A 'write-in candidate is a contender in an election whose name does not appear on the ballot, but for whom U.S. voters have the right to vote for nonetheless. To do so, all they need to do is write in his or her name on a ballot. While these type of candidates rarely win, they often attract sizable followings from groups or organizations they are affiliated with.
Office pools for lottery drawings have been around for almost 100 years. According to a Wikipedia entry: 'the betting pools' concept was first introduced by Littlewoods, a retail and betting commpany in England (1923) and was developed initially for football matches.
Why would anyone be concerned enough to want to predict what happens to a small social network with only 4.7 million followers? Shouldn’t we focus on that which is the largest in the land? Shouldn’t we focus on the largest in the land? With over 1.6 billion users, surely folks would want to know the future of Facebook, no?