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Last week in tech: Facebook dating, an iMac anniversary, and change your Twitter password

Facebook does dating, a Waymo crashed, and don't forget to change your Twitter password.

Spring is a wonderful time. Flowers start blooming, allergies begin their annual assault on our faces, and big tech companies kick off their annual developers conferences to show off projects they have been working on while we all hibernated our way through winter. The first company up was Facebook, which put on its F8 conference last week, giving us a look at a ton of new stuff including a new baked-in dating service. Keep scrolling to get caught up on last week’s big technological developments.

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