Kate Middleton speaks powerfully about the stigma of mental illness

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Although we’re making a lot of gains when it comes to the mainstream discussion surrounding mental illness, there’s still a long way to go.

Zuckerberg wants to pay native Hawaiians to get the f off his 700-acre estate

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Mark Zuckerberg is suing hundreds of people in Hawaii in his effort to create a secluded island.

The billionaire spent $100 million purchasing 700 acres of land in the island of Kauai back in 2014 and is still dealing with the fact that he doesn’t actually have the exclusive rights to all of it.

This guy is every San Diego Chargers fan right now

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The San Diego Chargers are moving to Los Angeles, and — in case you hadn’t heard — many are not receiving the news well.

To top off the fans egging San Diego’s stadium and burning Chargers memorabilia, one enraged guy pretty much summed up the sentiment of disgruntled Chargers fans when security escorted him out of a rally in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Meant to celebrate the team’s new roots in Los…

Forget Facebook, forget Snapchat: Teens are doing it themselves

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Poor Facebook: The teens, they’re not so into it.

The world’s largest social network was “big” and “made sense” circa 2004 or 2005, according to Monkey cofounder Isaiah Turner, but no longer. He and Ben Pasternak, 18 and 17 respectively, have launched a new social network — one they believe the teens will actually want.

Monkey is an iOS app for people who have friends, and then they have “internet friends.” It’s a way to find more of the latter, the pair say, rather than connecting with…

Twitter is pissed after guy takes selfie with Nick Cave, but doesn’t know who he is

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Twitterer and comedian James Malcolm was hit with a particularly bad case of FOMO while waiting for a flight at Wellington airport, recently.

Google acquires Fabric developer platform and team from Twitter

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Why a former employee thinks Apple is ‘boring’ under Tim Cook

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Being number one isn’t a lot of fun. Just ask Apple, which was just called “boring” by a prominent former employee.

Facebook replaces its old inbox with the web version of Messenger

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This comedian’s parody of the Apple AirPods ad is hilarious AF

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Let’s face it. Apple AirPods are magical. But there is also that constant fear of losing those tiny little plastic knobs and people are going to extreme lengths to prevent them from falling off.

Apple tried to address that with its ad featuring a dancer busting gravity-defying moves and yet, the AirPods stayed in place.

But not everyone was convinced and now stand-up comedian Cyril Dabs has come out with an Indian version of Apple’s original AirPods ad and it’s real AF.

People are obsessing over a photo app and it’s easy to see why

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Before the filters of Instagram and Snapchat, there were purikura sticker photo booths. It was the main way young people of the ’00s could share silly, heavily edited pictures of each other complete with text and funny backdrops.

While we may have moved on from IRL super cute sticker photos, the look has come back in the form of a Chinese beautifying iOS and Android app called Meitu.