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Having Allegedly Failed to Gobble Up Bumble, Dating Giant Match Group Buys Rival App Hinge

Tinder’s parent company Match Group, the online dating conglomerate that owns a number of dating sites including OKCupid and Match.com, has acquired rival service Hinge. Per the Verge, that leaves women-centric Bumble as the “only notable dating app” outside Match’s control, though not for lack of trying. Read More >>

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Old Match.com Profiles Reappear Online Because ‘Delete’ Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means

Dating site Match.com went live in 1995—it’s ancient in terms of the world wide web. That’s a whole lot of time for users to forget they ever had a profile or what embarrassing content might be on it. Thanks to a glitch, you might get an unexpected reminder because an unconfirmed number of “deleted” profiles are reportedly rising from the dead. Read More >>

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Did You Know You Can Subtract Large Numbers By Actually Adding Them?

The MinutePhysics series has always been a goldmine of interesting facts and science explainers. But prepare to have your mind blown wide open this time as Henry Reich shows you an alternate way to manually subtract large numbers—by doing addition instead. Read More >>

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iTunes Match Is Now Live (In the US, Anyway)

After a slight delay, iTunes Match has gone live, giving Yanks access to their music, in the cloud, without ever having to upload a thing. All download, no upload sounds like a formula for success -- but will it ever make its way to the UK? Read More >>