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Is iOS 9 bringing the updates we've been waiting for? Which sex toys should you buy for Valentine's Day? Will the Earth's potential robot takeover start at a hotel in Japan? We've got the answers to these questions and more in today's Daily Roundup.

Teen charged with murder after posting gruesome Snapchat selfie

In a disturbing sign of the times, a Pittsburgh teenager is being charged with murder after he allegedly shot another teen and took a selfie with the corpse. He then reportedly sent the picture to a friend using Snapchat, and that friend was able to screenshot the photo before it disappeared.

iOS 9 reportedly focuses on under-the-hood upgrades

Apple's iOS 9 could be the tune-up many users have been waiting for. According to sources for 9to5Mac, the upgrade is less about new features and more focused on "behind the scenes fixes and performance optimizations."

Adult Themes: 8 connected sex toys for your Valentine

In case tickets to the BDSM flick every Midwestern housewife has been waiting for are already sold out in your city, we've come up with an alternative way for you to have an erotic Valentine's Day. Check out our list of connected sex gadgets (with GIFs!).

Netflix in Cuba costs a third of the average monthly wage

Netflix is now available in Cuba, but it's not likely the movie-streaming service will profit from the expansion any time soon. Only about five percent of the country's residents have internet access, and the service's $8-a-month cost is equivalent to over one-third of the average citizen's monthly wages.

High-tech Japanese hotel to employ human-like robot staff

Remember Kokoro's "actroids"? Well, they're about to take over the reception desk at Nagasaki prefecture's Henn-ha Hotel. But these multilingual automatons aren't the only things that make Henn-ha a far from ordinary establishment.

Healbe GoBe review: Can a fitness band really track your calorie intake?

Healbe's GoBe fitness tracker promises to not only track your movements and sleeping habits, but also what you're eating. Our James Trew took the wearable for a spin to find out just how accurately it can tally your calories.

You can finally buy a OnePlus with ease

Tuesdays just got a lot more exciting if you're in the market for a OnePlus One. The company has decided to forgo its standard invite process and open up sales for its 16GB Silk White and 64GB Sandstone Black models on this day each week.

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