Matchr, the new card game where every card is a real profile from a dating site, and you match them up, may very well be the Cards Against Humanity of 2016. While some are saying that it’s based on Tinder, let’s face it, online dating site profiles are, for the most part, pretty much fungible.
As you may know, last Thursday, October 1st, was the deadline for merchants to be able to accept so-called “chip and PIN” or “chip and signature” smartcard credit cards and debit cards, with the EMV chip. Of course, while the burden is on the merchants to accept them, lots of consumers don’t actually have them, as their banks have not yet issued them a new chipped debit or credit card. Whether you already have your shiny, new chip and PIN or chip and signature card or not, here’s everything that you need to know about them.
Snapchat, the “now you see it now you don’t, but it didn’t really disappear” company, has partnered with Square, the money people, to provide a new mobile payment service called Snapcash. Of course, it’s really just Square, private labelled for Snapchat.
Maybe you’ve just had that “oh sh*t” moment, realizing you didn’t send someone a valentine, and so are wondering what are the best Internet valentine sites. Or maybe you’re sitting home alone, surfing for the best funny valentine sites on the Internet, to console yourself that you didn’t get any lovey-dovey valentines. Either way, we’ve got you covered.