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Soon you’ll be able to charge your electric car at a Shell station in Manila

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Good news for electric vehicles in the Philippines.

Shell will be installing 100 electric vehicle fast-charging stations across its service stations in the capital city of Manila.

According to Shell’s local arm, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation, the first installations will take place in December this year.

Velcro puts out music video begging you to stop calling those Velcro fasteners ‘Velcro’

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Velcro’s legal team really really needs you to stop calling those Velcro-type fasteners Velcro. Because it’s infringing its trademark, and making its lawyers cry.

In fact, Velcro is so desperate to get the word out that it’s put out a music video explaining that the proper name for “velcro” is hook and loop fasteners. Catchy. It’s also got an email address set up at dontsayvelcro@velcro.com, so you get the point.

For what it’s worth, we’re pretty sure Xerox, Chapstick, Band-Aid and…

Equifax’s pretty basic fail means the data of 400,000 Britons are at risk

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We already knew that Americans weren’t the only ones to be rightly concerned about the Equifax hack, but the latest statement from the company’s UK branch is quite something.

Download this: the new anonymous app that’s going viral with teens

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Another anonymous app is at the top of the App Store and it might be because it’s figured out anonymous apps’ biggest problem: bullying.

Called “tbh,” short for “to be honest,” the app takes an unconventional approach to anonymity. While it allows friends to anonymously communicate, it only allows users to exchange compliments, which are sent via in-app quizzes.

Download this: the new anonymous app that’s going viral with teens

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Another anonymous app is at the top of the App Store and it might be because it’s figured out anonymous apps’ biggest problem: bullying.

Called “tbh,” short for “to be honest,” the app takes an unconventional approach to anonymity. While it allows friends to anonymously communicate, it only allows users to exchange compliments, which are sent via in-app quizzes.

Download this: the new anonymous app that’s going viral with teens

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Another anonymous app is at the top of the App Store and it might be because it’s figured out anonymous apps’ biggest problem: bullying.

Called “tbh,” short for “to be honest,” the app takes an unconventional approach to anonymity. While it allows friends to anonymously communicate, it only allows users to exchange compliments, which are sent via in-app quizzes.

Download this: the new anonymous app that’s going viral with teens

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Another anonymous app is at the top of the App Store and it might be because it’s figured out anonymous apps’ biggest problem: bullying.

Called “tbh,” short for “to be honest,” the app takes an unconventional approach to anonymity. While it allows friends to anonymously communicate, it only allows users to exchange compliments, which are sent via in-app quizzes.

Download this: the new anonymous app that’s going viral with teens

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Another anonymous app is at the top of the App Store and it might be because it’s figured out anonymous apps’ biggest problem: bullying.

Called “tbh,” short for “to be honest,” the app takes an unconventional approach to anonymity. While it allows friends to anonymously communicate, it only allows users to exchange compliments, which are sent via in-app quizzes.

Download this: the new anonymous app that’s going viral with teens

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Another anonymous app is at the top of the App Store and it might be because it’s figured out anonymous apps’ biggest problem: bullying.

Called “tbh,” short for “to be honest,” the app takes an unconventional approach to anonymity. While it allows friends to anonymously communicate, it only allows users to exchange compliments, which are sent via in-app quizzes.

Download this: the new anonymous app that’s going viral with teens

TwitterFacebook

Another anonymous app is at the top of the App Store and it might be because it’s figured out anonymous apps’ biggest problem: bullying.

Called “tbh,” short for “to be honest,” the app takes an unconventional approach to anonymity. While it allows friends to anonymously communicate, it only allows users to exchange compliments, which are sent via in-app quizzes.