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Tinder rolls out new safety features, including an Incognito Mode

Tinder is rolling out new features aimed at making it easier for users on the dating app to control how they interact with others. → Read More

Google tries to reassure investors on AI progress as ChatGPT breathes down its neck

Google worked to reassure investors and analysts on Thursday during its quarterly earnings call that it’s still a leader in developing AI. → Read More

Report: Microsoft plans to update Bing with a faster version of ChatGPT in the coming weeks

Microsoft is working to incorporate a faster version of OpenAI's ChatGPT, known as GPT-4, into is Bing search engine in the coming weeks. → Read More

Peacock kills its free tier option for new customers

Peacock is no longer offering its free tier to new customers, a spokesperson for NBCUniversal confirmed to TechCrunch on Tuesday. → Read More

Meta starts testing ‘members-only worlds’ in Horizon Worlds

Meta is starting to test closed spaces called "members-only worlds" in Horizon Worlds, its social VR platform. → Read More

Linktree adds new monetization options, including a ‘Buy Me a Gift’ feature

The company is introducing three new monetization features designed to help creators turn their Linktree into a stronger earnings channel. → Read More

Instagram’s text update Notes feature is expanding to Europe and Japan

Instagram head Adam Mosseri announced today that the platform is launching its text update Notes feature across Europe and Japan. → Read More

Amazon will soon start charging delivery fees on Fresh grocery orders under $150

Amazon is going to start charging delivery fees for Fresh grocery orders that are under $150, the company said in an email to Prime members. → Read More

The best Twitter alternatives worth checking out

There's no 1:1 Twitter replacement -- not yet, and possibly not ever. But these social apps are still well worth exploring. → Read More

Uber Eats now shows you how much of your information is shared with delivery people

Uber Eats is introducing a new feature that shows users how much of their personal information is shared with a delivery person. → Read More

Match restructures executive leadership, hires former Snap VP of Product as new CTO

Match Group, the parent company of several popular dating apps, including Tinder and Hinge, announced a revamped executive leadership team. → Read More

Substack introduces ‘private Substacks’ that readers can request to subscribe to

Newsletter platform Substack announced today that it's introducing several new features, including private Substacks. → Read More

TikTok expands its DM settings to let users choose who can message them

TikTok has quietly expanded its direct messaging settings to give users a choice of who they want to receive messages from. → Read More

YouTube unveils new program that enables students to earn college credits

YouTube announced today that it’s partnering with Arizona State University and educational video company Crash Course to launch a new program that enables students to earn college credit. The Google-owned company says the new program, called College Foundations, is designed to create an affordable and accessible way to earn college credit. Starting today, students can […] → Read More

Instagram’s new dynamic profile photo flips between your picture and avatar

Instagram announced today that it's introducing a new dynamic profile photo feature that lets users showcase both their profile photo and their avatar. → Read More

Garmin launches a new FDA-cleared ECG app for the Venu 2 Plus

Garmin is the latest company that is giving users the ability to take an ECG reading from their wrist. → Read More

Meta expands its partnership with the NBA to offer 52 games in VR

Meta is expanding its partnership with the NBA and WNBA to offer more than 50 live games in VR on Meta Quest. → Read More

Messenger ramps up testing of default end-to-end encryption

Meta announced today that it has started gradually expanding testing default end-to-end encryption for Messenger. → Read More

5 of the best journaling apps to log your thoughts and experiences

There are many apps out there designed to help you keep track of your thoughts and experiences, so we compiled a list of some of the best ones. → Read More

HBO Max’s ad-free monthly subscription is increasing by $1

HBO Max is raising the price of its ad-free monthly subscription in the U.S. from $14.99 to $15.99 plus applicable taxes. → Read More