Uber diversity chief says harassment report is ‘first step of many’ in fixing the company’s culture

 On the same day Uber announced it dismissed 20 employees due to harassment claims, the guy in charge of diversity at the company said the latest report was “the first step of many” to improve culture at the company. Read More
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Author: Ryan Lawler

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The 5 Best macOS High Sierra Features

macOS updates have been largely forgettable in years past, as most of them have generally been catching up to features and apps first seen on iOS. Also, a lot of the updates only matter to people who use the Apple-made apps on their Mac — like Mail, Photos, Safari, iCloud Drive, etc. And if mac OS ‘High Sierra’ moniker of this year’s macOS wasn’t a hint, it’s going to be more of the same.
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Author: Rohan Naravane

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Curb and Via bring ride-sharing to NYC’s Yellow Taxis

 New Yorkers are about to get even more friendly!* Today, Via and Curb are bringing ride-sharing through a digital wallet to yellow taxis in the Big Apple. Both apps will let New Yorkers hail a yellow taxi with a ride-sharing option, with Via’s intelligent routing platform ensuring that the driver takes the most efficient route possible on multi-passenger rides. The service can save users… Read More
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Author: Jordan Crook

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Third-Party Apps No Longer Have Access to Signed-In Social Media Accounts in iOS 11

Many iOS apps have long offered the ability to sign up/in using one’s Facebook or Twitter account to make the sign up process easier and faster. They achieved this by taking advantage of the native social accounts integration in iOS.  However, Apple has removed native Facebook and Twitter integration in iOS 11 and completely done away with the feature.

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Author: Rajesh Pandey

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Apple CEO Talks About Trump’s Advisory Council, HomePod, AR in Interview

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has talked about the company’s upcoming HomePod Siri-powered Smart Speaker and AR in an interview with Bloomberg. The CEO also revealed that Apple helped U.K. officials investigate the recent terror attacks and also expressed his disappointment and frustration on US President Donald Trump pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord.

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Author: Rajesh Pandey

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