• People on Twitter are freaking out that Apple has been collating their ‘bra’ pictures
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    Marie Claire Dorking

    People on Twitter are freaking out that Apple has been collating their ‘bra’ pictures

    Type 'brassiere' in your photo app search and see what comes up

  • How young is too young for a cell phone?
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    Krista Thurrott

    How young is too young for a cell phone?

    "She really wants a mobile which is no problem as it will be monitored closely, no social media…just WhatsApp and games."

  • Would you let an app determine your 'perfect' jeans?
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    Kerry Justich

    Would you let an app determine your 'perfect' jeans?

    Safiya Nygaard has tried other unusual ways of outfitting herself. Now she’s using Bluetooth leggings and an app to find jeans that’ll fit her.

  • The Dangerous Texting Slang All Parents Should Know
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    Kerry Justich

    The Dangerous Texting Slang All Parents Should Know

    Since June is Internet Safety Month, it’s important that parents know what children are talking about among themselves.

  • Mum bans son's iPhone and sees his behaviour transformed. Should other parents be doing the same?
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    Marie Claire Dorking

    Mum bans son's iPhone and sees his behaviour transformed. Should other parents be doing the same?

    The fact is children and technology are a match made in heaven, or hell, depending on which screen-time camp you fall into. One mum who definitely knows where she stands on the whole to ban or not to ban discussion is Karly Tophill.

  • You Have to See This Supercute, Color-Changing Dress
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    Maggie Parker

    You Have to See This Supercute, Color-Changing Dress

    Indecisive dressers, rejoice! You may no longer have to face the dilemma of which color to wear, thanks to a dress that changes colors at the touch of a button. No joke. Australian e-retailer Showpo recently released a YouTube video showcasing its brand-new, color-changing dress.

  • Selfies can be good for your mental health, it turns out
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    Alice Sholl

    Selfies can be good for your mental health, it turns out

    Selfies have been getting a bad rep recently, with people saying that they’re ‘vain’, trigger low self esteem and are something that only ‘self-obsessed’ millennials like to do. The group was then randomly split into three, with one third being asked to take a smiling selfie at this time, another to take a picture of an object of place that made them happy, and the final group told to take a picture of something that would make someone else happy before sending it to the person. In other words, taking happy selfies is far from damaging for our self esteems - in fact, it probably makes us happier.

  • Michael Kors Just Launched Its New Smart Watch
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    Alice Sholl

    Michael Kors Just Launched Its New Smart Watch

    Michael Kors launched it’s new smart watch yesterday, and it’s pretty darn beautiful. The thing about the Michael Kors Access display smartwatch is that, unlike most smart watches, this looks and feels like a piece of jewellery.

  • This autistic boy is learning to socialize thanks to Pokémon Go
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    Simone Olivero

    This autistic boy is learning to socialize thanks to Pokémon Go

    “Thanks to the suggestion of my fellow-autism-mama friend and fellow body painter Ren Allen, I finally introduced Ralphie to Pokemon Go tonight,” Lenore Koppelman writes in a Facebook post. “Hyperlexia is an unusually early ability to read,” Ralph’s father Steve Koppelman tells Buzzfeed.

  • Sephora’s updated app includes interactive beauty tutorials
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    Simone Olivero

    Sephora’s updated app includes interactive beauty tutorials

    There are a million and one beauty apps out there. But even we have to admit that this new feature from the Sephora app is pretty cool.  Unlike a lot of apps, which will have a video demo of the makeup artist applying a given technique to their own face, the virtual artist (found under the “inspire me” tab) actually uses the camera on your phone to draw out the instructions on your face in real time – so there’s no guessing. Step-by-step, it walks you through prep, application and finishing touches – and then (of course) offers a listing of suggested products for achieving the look.  

  • This weather forecasting app was made specifically for asthmatics
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    Simone Olivero

    This weather forecasting app was made specifically for asthmatics

    Then you know the weather can have a huge impact on how you feel. Asthmatic claims to be the first asthma weather forecasting app. Along with the rating, each day asthmatics will get a description of the weather conditions, information on why these conditions are good (or bad) and customized advice on how to manage your asthma.

  • This app could help you avoid a sunburn
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    Simone Olivero

    This app could help you avoid a sunburn

    We love summer. Heading to the beach, lounging by the pool or just spending endless hours basking in the warm breeze. After a long Canadian winter, summer is all about spending time outside. But all of that fresh air (and sun) can often lead to sunburns. 

  • What All That Time on Your Phone Does to Your Skin — and Your Psyche
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    Molly Shea

    What All That Time on Your Phone Does to Your Skin — and Your Psyche

    I was sitting in a car a few weeks ago, snaking through New York City, squinting at a screen in front of me to read more about an eye product from StriVectin. In some ways, he told me, I was right to worry about what tech was doing to my skin.

  • What your gym says about your snacking habits
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    Simone Olivero

    What your gym says about your snacking habits

    Work out at the Y? You’re probably also into burritos, washed down with a little bit of Sauvignon Blanc.

  • This beauty app lets you create a custom lipstick (or clone one of your favourites)
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    Simone Olivero

    This beauty app lets you create a custom lipstick (or clone one of your favourites)

    Find yourself mixing a bunch of lipsticks just to get that perfect shade? You’re not alone. Despite the ridiculous number of lipsticks on the market, finding just the right colour, texture and finish can be next to impossible. 

  • Soon Botox could be available at your doorstep
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    Simone Olivero

    Soon Botox could be available at your doorstep

    Thinking about Botox but don’t like the idea of having to go into a clinic? “When a lot of people come in for Botox, they’re very tense and nervous and don’t know what to expect,” Valerie Goldburt, a New York City dermatologist tells Allure.

  • This period tracker is also a wearable
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    Simone Olivero

    This period tracker is also a wearable

    When it comes to health, the market is flooded with all sorts of devices to help women stay up to date on everything from fitness and fertility to periods. The Bellabeat is a tracker that keeps track of multiple elements of women’s health.

  • This new app is like Tinder for travellers
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    Simone Olivero

    This new app is like Tinder for travellers

    (photo: daringplanet/Instagram)

  • This app will create a custom foundation to perfectly match your skin
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    Simone Olivero

    This app will create a custom foundation to perfectly match your skin

    Finding the perfect foundation can be a nightmare. “Like you, your skin tone is one-of-a-kind,” the website says. To find your skin tone, the app scans both sides of your wrists, your cheeks and forehead.

  • Starbucks tops the list of places where Canadians go on a first date
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    Simone Olivero

    Starbucks tops the list of places where Canadians go on a first date

    “We were surprised to see most people choosing to meet at coffee shops and casual restaurants for their first date,” Clover’s CEO Isaac Raichyk says in a press release. While users are free to name any location as a potential meeting place – including independent restaurants or coffee shops – it’s interesting to note that food and drink places came out on top and that the most popular choices were major franchises, likely due to them having multiple locations. A few exceptions included Waterloo, Ont.-based Beertown Public House and Toronto’s Pizzeria Libretto, 180 Panorama and Snakes & Lattes.

  • You Can Buy the Hermès Apple Watch at Target
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    Lauren Tuck

    You Can Buy the Hermès Apple Watch at Target

    With high profile hires, Apple’s publicly been carrying out a love affair with fashion. Angela Ahrendts came to the company from Burberry to head up retail, Paul Deneve, the former CEO of Yves Saint Laurent, made the move to Silicon Valley, and Patrick Pruniaux was the vice president of global sales and retail at Tag Heuer before he left tickers for tech. The announcement of the Apple Watch in September 2014 even drew front row regulars away from their seats at New York Fashion Week; they chose the press conference in California instead. And on Monday, the love affair was officially solidified when Apple’s collaboration with Hermès hit stores. 

  • Peeple Is Basically a Digital Version of Regina George’s Burn Book
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    Lauren Tuck

    Peeple Is Basically a Digital Version of Regina George’s Burn Book

    For unregistered users who can’t raise issue with unfavorable assessments, profiles only reveal glowing feedback.  The app, which is currently in beta and only available for iPhone users, was created by Julia Cordray and Nicole McCullough with plans to launch widely in November. “People do so much research when they buy a car or make those kinds of decisions,” Cordray told the Washinton Post. It’s an interesting political climate to release a tool promoting appraisal of individuals.

  • A Terrifying New App Allows People To Rate Each Other – Without Their Consent
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    Alison Coldridge

    A Terrifying New App Allows People To Rate Each Other – Without Their Consent

    Not many people are happy at the new app’s imminent release… [Photo: Peeple] A new app allowing people to rate anyone they know out of five stars has launched – and it’s arguably the worst creation ever. They’re certainly bold to create such a provocative product.

  • This is the best fitting bra you will ever own
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    Simone Olivero

    This is the best fitting bra you will ever own

    The Digital Bra