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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'App'

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NJ toddler buys over $1,700 worth of goods online from Walmart 

 

Little Ayaansh Kumar of New Jersey is a mere 22 months old, yet he already knows how to handle a cellphone and — even more hilariously — to supply his family with more furniture than they'll ever need.

NJ toddler buys over $1,700 worth of goods online from Walmart

Michael Rapaport films brazen thief sauntering out of Upper East Side Rite Aid

LA woke DA refuses to prosecute shoplifters

Shelves are now ALL empty because 'everybody stole everything

Thieves steal 400 bulletproof vests for Ukraine

Men steal $4,200 liquor bottle

How Much Does It Cost To Own a KFC Franchise?

Compton man admits to robbing gay men he met on Grindr

Police arrest one-wheeled bandit accused of several break-ins

Teenage thief, 17, knocks himself out

Tags: $, App, Awareness, Business, Celebrity, Change, Children, Choices, Dating, Environment, Funny, Gay, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Neglect, Opportunity, Parental Burden, Parental Worry, Recovery, Restaurant, Sex, Superficiality, Theft, Treatment, Video, Warning, Weapon, Women In Charge

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08-Nov-2022


Chinese government reportedly would rather TikTok shut down than be sold 

 

China could throw yet another wrench in TikTok’s attempts to secure its future in the US. Officials in the country are opposed to a sale and would rather see the app be banned than sold to an American company, Reuters reports.

The report, which cites “three people with direct knowledge of the matter,” says that “Chinese officials believe a forced sale would make both ByteDance and China appear weak in the face of pressure from Washington.”

Chinese government reportedly would rather TikTok shut down than be sold

Tags: App, Ban, Politics, Sale, World

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11-Sep-2020


Conservatives are flocking to a new 'free speech' social media app that has started banning liberal users 

 

Last week, Sens. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Ted Cruz, R-Texas, both announced on Twitter that they were moving to a new social media platform.

"I'm proud to join @parler_app -- a platform gets what free speech is all about -- and I'm excited to be a part of it," Cruz tweeted.

Many others followed suit. Parler, founded in August 2018, touts itself as an "unbiased" social media platform focused on "real user experiences and engagement." In recent weeks, it has become a destination for conservatives who have voiced their disapproval of how mainstream platforms such as Facebook and Twitter moderate content.

But as with every other platform on the internet, Parler's free speech stance goes only so far. The platform has been banning many people who joined and trolled conservatives.

'free speech'

Tags: App, Ban, Identity, Politics, Segregation, Social Media

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05-Jul-2020


We are at the beginning of a global mental health revolution 
 

Access to mental health services has never been more critical -- no matter where you live. Mental health disorders are increasing globally, and depression is the leading cause of disability in the world. One in four of us will experience a mental illness at some point in our lives, according to the World Health Organization.

And many more are indirectly affected by disorders experienced by someone we love.

In the United States, mental disorders among children and adolescents have reached a crisis level, with the country experiencing its highest suicide rate in 50 years.

My interest in mental health started more than 50 years ago in front of a cotton mill in Atlanta. It was 1966, when my husband, Jimmy Carter, was running for governor. I stood outside the entrance of the factory early in the morning, waiting to give people brochures as they left the night shift. An older woman came out, looking weary from work. When I asked if she would be able to get some sleep, she told me she hoped so, but that she had a daughter who had a mental illness and needed care while the woman's husband was at his job.

CNN

‘Evil’ suicide forum encouraged woman to kill herself, relatives say

Does Reading Help Improve Mental Health?

Why I created a mental health app for African Americans

Tags: All Rights, App, Awareness, Books, Death, Education, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Medical, Mental Health, News, Race, Reading, Recovery, Social Media, Suicide, Support, Treatment, Video

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30-May-2019


HERE’S WHERE YOU CAN FLIRT WITH A SEXTING AI CALLED SLUTBOT 

 

To teach people how to responsibly and respectfully flirt and sext, an iOS app called Juicebox built an AI chatbot — aptly named Slutbot.

Slutbot can break the ice with users before jumping into mechanically-stilted dirty talk speckled with questions and comments about comfort zones and consent, according to The New York Times. The idea of getting intimate with a chatbot might seem odd, but the idea is that Slutbot will help people learn to navigate those conversations without the risk of alienating or insulting another person.

Futurism

Tags: App, Talk, Tech, Test

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23-May-2019


This Instagram Shames Men for Being Absolute Monsters on Dating Apps 

 

It’s a tale as old as the internet: when Alexandra Tweten would log into her online dating accounts, she’d occasionally get messages from random guys that made her uneasy. Sometimes it’d be an unsolicited dick pic. Other times the messages themselves were lewd or creepy right off the bat. “I just wouldn’t respond, or I’d think, ‘No, thanks. I'm not interested,’” Tweten tells VICE over the phone. “And then they got hostile.”

Vice

Tags: Abuse, App, Backlash, Dating, Hostility, Men, Privilege, Social Media, Women

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29-Sep-2018


CES: ObEN Could Be the Clone You Always Wanted 

 

A meeting with ObEN at CES showcased their artificial intelligence (AI) that allows users to create intelligent 3D avatars that look, sound, and behave like them. The Personal AI (PAI) technology enables users to create, use, and manage their own PAI on the secure, decentralized blockchain platform. These avatars can be headshots, what you might expect from a video call on a smartphone, or full-body augmented reality (AR) figures.

Geekdad

Tags: App, Choices, Entertainment, Environment, Nature, Perception, Self Interest, Study, Tech

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13-Jan-2018


Amazon Will Add Takeout Order Option at Some Restaurants Next Month 

 

The already crowded field of restaurant ordering apps is about to see a new major competitor. Amazon has announced that it will begin accepting takeout orders through its existing app at select restaurants in select areas starting next month. The new service will offer the added convenience of already being integrated with Amazon Pay, but has one major shortcoming: Yes, you read that correctly earlier… For now, Amazon’s ordering platform will only work for orders you’re willing to go pick up yourself.

Food and Wine

Tags: App, Food, Order, Pick-Up, Program, Service, Tech

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24-Oct-2017


Twitter’s Night Mode feature comes to desktop 

 

Twitter.com launched its Night Mode feature on desktop today, although the feature has yet to roll out to all accounts. The feature has already been available on iOS and Android since last year.

To enable Night Mode on desktop, click on your profile photo, then select Night Mode, which is the last option and has a moon icon. Activating Night Mode turns Twitter’s usual white screens and cheerful light blue into a beautiful Tumblr-like navy blue and fills up the moon icon with blue. To disable Night Mode, just click again to deselect.

The Verge

Tags: App, Choices, Environment, Program, Social Media, Tech

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07-Sep-2017


New Sugardaddy Dating App Tells HIV-Positive Men to Stay Away 

 

A new gay sugardaddy app, Daddybear, is doubling down on its disgusting stance regarding HIV-positive guys not being allowed on the app. Many are understandably outraged.

The app’s About Page claims that “daddies” are “rich men who have more money and social wealth than you do,” and everyone should aspire to date one because “most mature gay daddies grew up under the macro environment of AIDS epidemic and scare, so they know how to protect themselves and you, and enjoy safe sex with you.”

Huh?

Someone representing the app clarified its stance in the comments section of a Queerty article:

With the fact that most gay men care more about health than sex when seeking gay relationship, we create this gay dating app to meet their needs. If you are worried about meeting gay men who are living with HIV, then you can feel relieved with our App because we are trying our best to make sure that all users you meet will be healthy and without HIV, starting from adding a feature to allow users to verify their health condition.

Stay Away

Tags: All Rights, App, Backlash, Choices, Community, Dating, Discrimination, Disease, Environment, Hate, Health, History, Inclusion, Lifestyle, Magic Splatter, Mental Health, New World Order, Politics, Privilege, Relationships, Self Interest, Social Media, Treatment, Warning

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29-Aug-2017


Another black activist, Ijeoma Oluo, is suspended by Facebook for posting about racism 

 

Activist and writer Ijeoma Oluo is the latest to suffer for Facebook’s inability — or perhaps unwillingness — to improve its reporting and moderation infrastructure. After receiving hundreds of racist and threatening messages in response to a joke she made on Twitter, Oluo began posting screenshots when it was clear that days of reporting did nothing. Facebook’s response was to suspend her account.

You can read Oluo’s account of things here, including some screenshots of the type of abuse she was receiving. Twitter, she said, was responsive. Facebook, not so much.

Facebook later reinstated her account, calling the suspension a “mistake.” I’ve asked the company for the rationale behind the suspension.

We talked with another activist recently, Leslie Mac, who like Oluo spoke out on racism using the platform, and like Oluo was suspended from it. It happened to Shaun King, too, after he posted a racist email he received.

Techcrunch

USA Today

Tags: Abuse, App, Backlash, Confusion, Discrimination, Environment, Irony, Program, Protest, Racism, Reckless, Science, Service, Social Media, Treatment, Warning

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04-Aug-2017


41% of U.S. adults have been harassed online 

 

Cyberbullying continues to be a major problem. In fact, four in ten U.S. adults say they've been harassed online.

According to a new study from the Pew Research Center, online abuse is as rampant as ever, despite efforts by major tech companies like Facebook and Twitter to cut back on trolling and bullying.

The study, which was conducted among 4,248 U.S. adults, revealed name calling and embarrassment as the most common forms of online harassment.

Among those who've been harassed, about 18% of U.S. adults said they have been the target of severe behaviors such as physical threats, stalking and sexual harassment. About 66% said they witnessed harassing behavior online -- not surprising since much of the bad conduct occurs on public social media platforms.

CNN

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, App, Argument, Choices, Community, Environment, Free Speech, Mental Health, Politics, Program, Respect, Science, Social Media, Tech, Treatment, Unruly Child

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11-Jul-2017


Google to teach school kids about online safety, etiquette 

 

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Google is spearheading an educational campaign to teach pre-teen children how to protect themselves from scams, predators and other trouble.

The program announced Tuesday is called “Be Internet Awesome.” Google coordinated the curriculum with several online safety groups, including the Family Online Safety Institute , the Internet Keep Safe Coalition and Connect Safely .

Mercury News

Tags: App, Children, Education, Entertainment, Instructional, Parenting, Program, Science, Social Media, Tech

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06-Jun-2017


Meet the tech activists who want to turn Twitter into a user-owned co-op 

 

With a user base topping 300 million subscribers, Twitter is one of the world’s most popular social media tools, and an increasingly important way to relay information across the globe in real time. But the 11-year-old micro-blogging platform has been a money-losing scheme for investors.

Slowing user growth, declining revenue growth and unprofitability has driven the company’s stock price from a peak of $66 a share in early 2014 to $18 today.

Twitter might not be earning much respect from Wall Street, but its users find tremendous value in it. Ironically, it’s the work users put into the platform — for free — that determines the value of the company. So if Twitter users are creating the company’s value, perhaps they should have a bigger stake in its future.

That’s exactly the idea that some tech activists have.

Salon

Tags: App, Community, Finance, Program, Social Media, Tech

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05-Jun-2017


So This App Might Be Eating A Chunk Of Your iPhone's Battery, But You Can Fix It 

 

Your iPhone battery life is hella important. So it makes sense to save as much of it as you can.

Koetsier said that Facebook was eating up a ton of his battery and he wasn't even spending much time in the app. "Facebook accounted for 47 percent of my battery use during the previous 24-hour period," he wrote. "That day, I'd posted a few times, browsed for maybe 30 minutes in four or five sessions, but otherwise left the app to its own devices."

Buzzfeed

Tags: Advice, App, Instructional, Program, Science, Service, Social Media, Tech, Treatment

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31-May-2017