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It's a minivan.
Thanks to a recently inked deal with Fiat Chrysler, Google plans on outfitting 100 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrids with its autonomous driving software. The company chose the minivan for its size and its automatic doors, which make it easier for passengers to enter and exit.
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It was Apple Music.
Blogger James Pinkstone accused Apple of deleting some music from his hard drive when he registered for Apple Music. It’s unclear whether Apple is responsible for the deletion of the files, but Pinkstone's post is garnering a lot of attention online, with others chiming in with similar tales of woe. Said Pinkstone, “iTunes evaluated my massive collection of Mp3s and WAV files, scanned Apple’s database for what it considered matches, then removed the original files from my internal hard drive. REMOVED them. Deleted.”
Wait. People actually pay for unlimited swiping?100,0001 million10 million
It's 1 million.
A little over one year after launching, Tinder Plus — the paid version of the wildly popular free dating app — hit one million users.
71013How old is Mark Zuckerberg, again?
He was ten.
A Finnish pre-teen known as “Jani” found a way to delete any comment on Instagram. “I would have been able to eliminate anyone, even Justin Bieber,” is what Google Translate tells BuzzFeed News Jani told his hometown paper, Iltalehti, which first reported the story.
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The singer will croon you safely to your destination in his signature, auto-tuned voice. People are into it.
Oh no, it's Internet Explorer, isn't it?Google Chrome, obviously....Firefox?Everyone's on a Mac now, it's gotta be SafariMosaic
Chrome finally supplanted Microsoft's Internet Explorer in the browser popularity contest this week. It took 8 years since its launch for it to officially happen, but Chrome is now king, according to NetMarketShare.
It's a recipe app. Did you know The Rock eats 821 pounds of cod a year?? He has to have a lot of recipes.It's an alarm clock app. He gets up early to work out.It's a workout app. He gets up early to work out.It's a motivation app. He's amazing.
It's an alarm clock app.
It's called Rock Clock, and it's amazing for two reasons. First, The Rock recorded many of the alarm sounds himself (he actually pretends to be an alarm clock). Second, you can set the alarm for "Rock Time," which wakes you up at the same time he's getting up (about 4:00 AM, natch).