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1 HOUR AGO - Yahoo! News

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Uber says drivers intimidated in South Africa after taxi protests

Ride-hailing service Uber said on Monday its drivers had faced intimidation in South Africa following a protest last week by members of metered taxi associations who say the online app competes unfairly for business. Drivers of metered taxis harassed Uber drivers at the Sandton Gautrain station and Sandton City mall in Johannesburg, Uber said in a statement on its website. ...

Tags: Uber says drivers intimidated in South Africa after taxi protests,  Uber Latest News

1 HOUR AGO - WebProNews

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Google Tests Waze-Powered Ride Service

Google is testing a Waze-powered carpooling program in Israel, according to multiple reports. The service, called RideWith, will let people pay drivers a “small fee for a ride to and from work,” reports Reuters. The service launched today in Tel Aviv. So, is Google jumping into the on-demand ridesharing space – and does Uber now have some big competition? Not ...

Tags: Google Tests Waze-Powered Ride Service,  Uber Latest News

2 HOURS AGO - Business Insider

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Leaked schematics reportedly reveal what the iPhone 6S will look like (AAPL)

Apple's next iPhone probably won't be released until September, but we may already have some idea of what it will look like. Schematics published by Engadget Japan show that the iPhone 6S will reportedly be slightly thicker than the iPhone 6, giving it a design that's barely different than that of Apple's current iPhone. Specifically, the iPhone 6S is expected to ...

Tags: Leaked schematics reportedly reveal what the iPhone 6S will look like (AAPL),  Spotify Latest News

JUL 05, 2015 - Business Insider

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I ditched Spotify to use Apple Music — and I don't miss it (AAPL)

Apple changed the way the world bought and listened to music in 2003. While record labels were busy filing lawsuits against Napster, Apple had launched its iTunes Music Store, where listeners could buy and download music legally from the convenience of their own home. There was nothing quite like it at the time.  Now, about 12 years later, Apple is ...

Tags: I ditched Spotify to use Apple Music — and I don't miss it (AAPL),  Spotify Latest News

53 MINS AGO - SlashGear

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Apple Pay reportedly going live in UK on July 14

While Apple announced at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) last month that Apple Pay would be launching in the UK this summer, it looks like we finally have a specific date: Tuesday, July 14th. This will be the first time Apple's new mobile contactless payment system will debut outside the US, and it's expected to be supported at over 250,000 ...

Tags: Apple Pay reportedly going live in UK on July 14,  Apple Latest News

22 MINS AGO - MacRumors

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Purported Schematic Suggests 'iPhone 6s' Could Be Slightly Thicker, Retain Home Button

A purported schematic for the so-called "iPhone 6s" obtained by Engadget Japan (via BGR) reveals that the next-generation smartphone could have a thickness of 7.1mm, a slight increase over the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which measure 6.9mm and 7.1mm respectively. The schematic also suggests that the "iPhone 6s" will still have a home button, while all other buttons ...

Tags: Purported Schematic Suggests 'iPhone 6s' Could Be Slightly Thicker, Retain Home Button,  Apple Latest News

1 HOUR AGO - Mashable

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England's football association sent a very sexist tweet about its women's team

LONDON — Patronising, sexist and old fashioned were just some of the ways a tweet from the English Football Association about its women's team was described The tweet, which stated that the team's players went back to being "mothers, partners and daughters," coincided with their arrival home on Monday morning. The team finished in third place in the World Cup ...

Tags: England's football association sent a very sexist tweet about its women's team,  Canada Latest News

5 HOURS AGO - TechRadar

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In Depth: Amazon Prime Day to bring tech and games deals from the gods

Amazon will celebrate its 20th birthday next week by launching Prime Day - a day of deals the online megastore says will put Black Friday in the shade.That's no small claim, given the absolute monster that Black Friday has become in the last couple of years.Prime Day is scheduled for July 15th - that's Wednesday next week, and will bring ...

Tags: In Depth: Amazon Prime Day to bring tech and games deals from the gods,  Canada Latest News

13 MINS AGO - Huffington Post

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Which Famous Paintings Are The Most 'Creative'? This Formula Might Have The Answer

Salvador Dalí's unique paintings might be explained by his eccentric personality; Wassily Kandinsky's eye for color might be explained by synesthesia. We tell these stories about artists because the idea of the creative genius is appealing, but might creativity be a more formulaic process than we've imagined? Ahmed Elgammal, associate professor of computer science at Rutgers, co-built an algorithm to ...

Tags: Which Famous Paintings Are The Most 'Creative'? This Formula Might Have The Answer,  Computer Latest News

53 MINS AGO - TechRadar

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Review: Asus RT-AC87U

Introduction and designWith the first generation of 802.11ac wireless routers, the Asus RT-AC68U stands apart from many of its competitors, with both great wireless performance and superb built-in software that offers plenty of functions and an intuitive, well-designed interface.Even today, it still costs a bit more than other routers, but arguably it's worth paying a bit extra for the benefits ...

Tags: Review: Asus RT-AC87U,  Computer Latest News

4 HOURS AGO - Greentech

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MIT Invention Could Create a New Class of Solar-Powered Devices

Solar Novus Today: Ultralow-Power Converter Chip for Tiny Solar-Powered Sensors Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US have developed an ultralow-power converter chip that captures more than 80% of energy. What is more, the chip assumes additional functions. It can use a solar cell to either charge a battery or directly power a device. “The ultralow-power circuit ...

Tags: MIT Invention Could Create a New Class of Solar-Powered Devices,  Computer Latest News