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Our New Photo Zine Features Candid Photos of Kim, Kanye, Anna Wintour & More

A daily news and content platform, print magazine, shopping app and a podcast series just isn’t enough for us at Highsnobiety, so we’ve decided to launch “Short For Magazine.” This one’s a bit different from the rest of our projects, though — it’s a strictly limited edition, DIY-style publication that highlights the work of some of our favorite […]

6 back-end techniques that support rapid innovation

At Poshmark, we have built a massive end-to-end mobile commerce platform powered by social engagement where our average user is spending 25 minutes in the app daily, opening it seven to eight times. Our engineering and product teamsShow More Summary

Pokémon No: game's daily active users, downloads and engagement are down

Just weeks after the augmented reality game Pokémon Go shot to the top of the app charts, millions of people are no longer using it, according to a report Just weeks after the augmented reality game Pokémon Go shot to the top of theShow More Summary

The Most Popular Ride-hailing Apps in Each Country

SimilarWeb tracked ride-hailing apps around the world. This incredible data analysis looked only at Android data and examined what they called reach, which is the “percentage of installs” as well as the number of daily active users.Show More Summary

'Putting prevention in their pockets'

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Would people living with HIV be willing to self-report on daily substance use and antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence using a smartphone app? That was a question researchers from the University at Buffalo set out to answer in a recent study. Show More Summary

Daily Deal: SaferVPN Basic Subscription

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Help protect your data online with a $49 unlimited subscription to SaferVPN Basic. You gain access to 400+ servers in 30 countries with unlimited bandwidth, data, and server switching. The simple to use app could be a perfect introduction to VPNs for the uninitiated. Note: The Techdirt Deals Store is powered and curated by StackCommerce. Show More Summary

Pokemon Go lost 12 million daily users during the early part of August

Player engagement for Pokemon GO is dropping rather quickly. After it was released in mid-July, the Niantic Labs-developed app had approximately 21 million Daily Active Users (DAU) within three days of release. A week later, Pokemon Go had been downloaded 30 million times and earned an estimated $35 million in revenue worldwide where the app […]

Pokemon Go fever shows signs of fading - CNET

Data collected by market researchers shows engagement, daily users and time spent on the app per day in decline, Bloomberg reports.

Free Up Space on iOS by Clearing the Google Maps Cache

If you find yourself constantly running out of space on your iPhone and can’t bring yourself to delete the apps or music that you use on a daily basis, there are a few tricks you can use to free up some of that precious space on your phone. Show More Summary

Why mobile marketers should be excited about Pokemon Go?

Pokemon GO has taken over the planet by storm, and the app is earning millions on a daily basis. Any game developer would consider this a dream come true –... Read More ? The post Why mobile marketers should be excited about Pokemon Go? appeared first on Finoit Technologies.

Why The Algorithm Method Doesn't Get You Pregnant

We live in a time where we hear, "There's an app for that!" almost daily. Apps can be incredibly useful, powerful tools that streamline many different areas of our lives, but can they help with the ability to conceive? There are currently...Show More Summary

Sony Xperia devices are most stable smartphones around [Report]

A report from mobile app insight company, Apteligent, has highlighted that Sony Xperia smartphones have the overall lowest crash rates in the Android ecosystem. Apteligent only looked at apps that have over half a million daily downloads,...Show More Summary

Manually Clear Out the Cache in Google Maps for iPhone and Free Up Space

The offline mode in Google Maps is great , but when you add in the data the app automatically caches and cookies, it can take up a lot of space. Thankfully, OS X Daily reminds us that there’s a way to clear out that cache, it’s just tucked away in a very weird place. Read more...

Daily Beast’ Writer Nico Hines Recalled from Rio, Says IOC

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

The International Olympic Committee says that Daily Beast writer Nico Hines is no longer in Rio and deemed his article on Grindr sex “unacceptable”. Last week Hines used the Grindr app to write a piece on gay hook-up sex among Olympians a… Read The post ‘Daily Beast’ Writer Nico Hines Recalled from Rio, Says IOC appeared first on Towleroad.

LGBT Streaming App REVRY Offers the “Queerated” Content You’ve Been Waiting For

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

In an interview with The Daily Dot, Damian Pellicione talks about creating REVRY, the world's first LGBT streaming content platform which currently holds nearly 200 hours of licensed content.

Friday Links: Pro-Trump Lawn Art Burned in Staten Island, Interiors Gentrified by Apps Everywhere

2 weeks agoArts : Art Fag City

Bushwig is leaving Bushwick. Don’t cry your eyeliner off yet though, the drag festival is moving just over the border to the Knockdown Center in Queens. Still, that’s a really long walk from the train in heels. [ Bushwick Daily ] Such a great read. Show More Summary

On Compassion And Straight White Men

If you haven't heard, The Daily Beast recently published an article by Nico Hines, wherein Nico, a straight, white male who is married with children thought it would be interesting to go on Grindr (a gay sex app), and proceed to essentially...Show More Summary

Daily Beast: 'We were wrong' to publish article nearly outing gay Olympians

US website The Daily Beast has apologised and removed an article that came close to identifying gay Olympic athletes through the use of Grindr. Nico Hines, the London editor of The Daily Beast, used the dating app in Rio Olympic village...Show More Summary

The Daily Beast’ Pulls Article After Journalist Accused Of ‘Outing’ Gay Olympic Athletes

A writer for The Daily Beast was accused of outing gay Olympic athletes after an article was published on Thursday morning about dating apps and sex in Rio’s Olympic Village. Nico Hines, who identifies himself as a straight, married man, was on assignment when he decided to investigate who uses the dating apps Tinder, Grindr,... Show More Summary

Daily Beast Removes Article on Gay Olympians in Rio

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

The article, by a straight writer who used dating apps to find athletes, drew criticism that it endangered the lives of some Olympians from countries where homosexuality is illegal and punishable by death.

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