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Train Crashes Into New Jersey Station, 1 Dead, Dozens Injured

A train crashed into a station in Hoboken, New Jersey around 8:45AM local time today (10:45PM AEST), according to reports. There are 74 injured and three in serious condition. The train’s conductor is in critical condition. One fatality has been confirmed by officials.

This Is What A Philippe Starck-Designed Prefab House Looks Like

Noted Designer of Things Philippe Starck has tried his hand at jazzing up an item that’s normally associated with near-violent levels of efficiency: pre-fabricated housing.

Report: Facebook Prepping New App For Private Sharing Called 'Moments'

Facebook is reportedly testing an app codenamed “Moments” so people can share posts with a smaller circle of friends. TechCrunch reports multiple sources have confirmed the existence of this app, including one who has seen a live internal version.

Report: Apple May Buy Social Network Path

Let’s face it: Apple’s not so good at social. Path, the former “private” social network with not many users sucks at social too. Now, Apple is reportedly buying Path. It all makes so much sense.

Snapchat Now Has A 24-Hour Self-Destruct Timeline

Snapchat’s unique selling point has always been the fact that images and videos could be shared with one other person before — poof! — they went up in smoke. But now the app is branching out to provide a 24-hour timeline to share with friends.

Path Now Has A Premium Version, But Who Will Pay For It?

Path has today introduced a premium, pay-for service. Path 3.2 for Android and iOS now allows users unlimited access to the network’s stickers, camera filters and all manner of other things for a monthly or annual fee.

Google Glass Will Work With New York Times And Path Apps

Google showed off some new features of Google Glass at SXSW, and they look to be quite useful. For example, the New York Times will be integrated with Google Glass, so you’ll see pop up notifications of breaking news. You can even peep pictures, headlines or have Google Glass read the news to you.

Path 3 Now Does Messaging

Path, the social networking app that does a little bit of everything, has added some new features in its latest update. Path 3.0 now does private messaging (one-to-one or group), has something called ‘Stickers’ which are like Emojis on steroids and is opening up a new shop for you to buy stuff from. Basically, more of a little of everything.

Oh Dear, Did Path Screw Up And Steal Your Data Again?

Yikes. Path, which got in trouble around this time last year for stealing your entire address book without your permission, might have another privacy snafu on its hands. The app will automatically geotag your photos even when you’ve completely disabled Location Services for the Path app. It’s basically doing something you explicitly told it not to do.

Path For iPad: Your Small Social Network Gets A Bigger Look

If you’re not so inclined to share every detail of your life with each person you once sat next to in a sociology lecture, you’re probably using Path. As of today, you can enjoy your intimate social network from your iPad.

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