There are several apps that can predict what you want before you do, and Google leads the way.
Google's Now, along with other intelligent personal assistant apps including Osito and Grokr can predict what a user will do next before offering relevant help and information at each step without ever being asked.
The apps use an algorithm that combines with location data, taken from the phone or tablet's GPS unit, as well as posts on social networks, email information and more to make the predictions.
There is a new social networking app that outs 'friends' you actually don't like.
HateWithFriends.com asks users to log in with their Facebook account. It then pulls up a list of their friends and allows them to reveal who they secretly hate by clicking on a button below each face.
If that same person has used the app and the hatred is mutual, the site will inform both parties via email.
The two can then decide if they want to de-friend each other.
Several people at a Florida movie theater were upset after a sexually explicit scene was shown during the Disney movie, "Frozen."
The theatre said the scene was shown for less than two minutes but parents said it seemed much longer. (They tried to cover their children's eyes.)
The theater offered free tickets to the customers and are looking into the situation so it doesn't happen again.