1. Just in time for 10 year anniversary, Facebook wants you to “look back”

Facebook must be feeling nostalgic as the social networking site turns 10, because they just released the new “A Look Back” feature. What is it, exactly? The feature creates a video using a collection of photos from your big moments on the site.

Check out the video at the top to learn more.

Read more: Facebook unveils 'Look Back', a video product that shows your 20 biggest moments(TheNextWeb)

2. This app personalizes your phone for you

Everything.me has a new version that uses location data to personalize your smartphone. So, let's say you just arrived at the office – the app will move your work-related folder front and center, so you don't need to dig.

Read more: Everything.Me updates, shows you apps and more when you need them(LifeHacker)

3. Voila! Like magic, turn your Starbucks gift card into Bitcoin

If you have Starbucks gift card with just nickels and dimes remaining on it or are trying to give up caffeine, here's a solution for you. Turn your gift card into Bitcoin you can spend anywhere.

How does it work? Cardforcoin will buy your gift card from you in exchange for the digital currency. You won't get the full amount on the card, but it's better than seeing it go to waste.

Read more: How to turn your Starbucks gift card into Bitcoins you can spend elsewhere(Business Insider)

4. Google Maps offers alternative, easier routes on iOS

Google Maps just released an update for iOS that finds and notifies you if a faster route is available. How does it work? When using Navigation mode, Maps will send a reroute notification and all you have to do is click “ReRoute” or “No thanks.”

Read more: Google Maps on iOS now notifies you when a faster route is available (Engadget)

5. This gaze-following head lamp is great for hikers and bikers alike

The beam from a head lamp is no longer just limited to the direction your forehead is facing. The Mola Headlamp by Snow Peak ($60 at REI) uses gravity and a counterweight so the light is able to follow the vertical angle of your eyes.

Read more: This headlamp's beam follows your gaze, not just your forehead (Wired)