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Cafe & Restaurant Hyperlocal News App Teams Up With Yelp To Provide Viewers Restaurant Reviews

Local Now is tapping into the website's wealth of content to round out its customized offerings and help users make dining decisions

Syndicated Teens Are Trading In Facebook For Platforms Like Snapchat And Instagram

The exodus began in 2015, aligned with the rise of YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat

Health Google's 'Digital Wellbeing' Tools Will Help People Disengage From Phones

As firms face scrutiny over habit-forming technologies, Google unveils system to show users how much time they spend on their devices

Food & Beverage A Simple Idea Is Making People Rethink Food In Their Community

Two women who began turning disused space in a former mill town into free food plots have inspired a global movement of growers

Health Social Media Copies Gambling Tricks To Make Users Crave It

Experts say social media employs methods that affect users' brains and lead to them experiencing ‘phantom’ notification buzzing

Home Energy Service Automatically Switches Customers To The Best Deal

For a fee, consumer advocacy group analyzes prices from electricity retailers and switches users to most economic deals

Delivery & Logistics First Robot Delivery Drivers Start Work In Silicon Valley

Six-wheeled robots will deliver food and coffee across a Silicon Valley office park in the first commercial use of the technology—and whole cities could be next

Syndicated Facebook Announces Dating App For 'Meaningful Relationships'

Mark Zuckerberg says the app, which shares some features with Tinder, aims to build ‘real long-term relationships—not just hookups’

Syndicated Grindr's HIV Data-Sharing Betrayed The LGBTQ Community

The gay dating app has responsibilities to the communities it serves, and these do not include passing intimate information to third parties

Entertainment Game Helps Players Spot And Prevent The Spread Of Fake News

The aim is for players to build a fake news empire, which researchers hope will expose propaganda tactics

Wellness Why Are Offices Turning Into Botanical Spaces?

Amazon has built treehouses in its offices and Microsoft employees work in the woods. Companies reveal why they are using plants to boost productivity

Syndicated Japanese Company Plans To Build A Sustainable 70-Story Skyscraper Out Of Wood

The $5.6 billion cost of the 70-story W350 Project is expected to be twice that of a conventional building

Advertising Why Facebook Is Quickly Losing Teenage Users

This year more than 3 million under-25s in the U.K. and U.S. are expected to leave the site

Advertising Google Launched Its Own Ad Blocker, How Could That Impact Advertisers?

As a hugely popular browser choice, Chrome and by extension Google have a huge influence over the ad habits of consumers