OnePlus admits to botching OnePlus 2 launch, will offer everyone a chance to buy one soon

The OnePlus 2 launch was supposed to go a lot smoother than the OnePlus One, but unfortunately it’s been just as bad. OnePlus CEO Carl Pei admits, “We messed up,” and promises a one-hour, no-invite window to make up for it.

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Updog – Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Meme

In our podcast dedicated to internet memes and all things digitally viral this week we tackle Metal Gear Solid V where sheep theft is rife and memes become meta-memes

The game of the summer is out, but if you’re like Alex Hern and Elena Cresci, you’ve only interacted with Metal Gear Solid V through vines of sheep being floated into the sky. Welcome to our guide to the wonderful and bizarre world of viral content on the web.

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Tinder introduces super-like feature. Does this make swiping right a diss?

Dating app adds a third swiping option – the super like – but will users want to know just how eager a suitor is?

In the dating sphere, “treat ‘em mean, keep ‘em keen” used to be the adage. That, and the “three-day rule” – the length of time it was deemed necessary to wait before contacting someone after the first date.

Tinder, however, has distanced itself from received courting wisdom with the latest addition to its dating app – the “super like” feature, which allows users to declare an interest more eager than a mere swipe right.

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