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28 mai

Mashable !

  • 23:24
    Sometimes, the best gaming moments happen because players do things the developers never intended. In this case, I'm pretty sure Blizzard never intended for Roadhog to be a volleyball. A new post from the Overwatch subreddit, aptly titled "hog ball," depicts a glorious twisting of one hero's unique ability to "boop" other heroes with a concussive blast. Take a bow, Lúcio. SEE ALSO: Adorable dad reenacts 'Overwatch' emotes Lúcio's Soundwave — or "boop cannon," as we should all call it — is normally used to push away attacking players, preferably over the ledge of a deadly drop. In Hog Ball, (...) -- Entertainment, Gaming, Overwatch, Blizzard Entertainment
  • 22:35
    Takuma Sato, the former Formula One racer who's been driving in the IndyCar series for nearly a decade, won the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, making him the first Asian driver to win the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. "Unbelievable feeling!" Sato exclaimed as he jumped out of his car in Victory lane to celebrate with his teammates. SEE ALSO: Inside the advanced wearable tech powering an IndyCar champion Sato was set back by a pit stop problem early in the race, but stayed patient, quietly moving his way into striking distance. He saved his best for the final battle with bulldog veteran (...) -- Racing, Indy 500, Helio Castroneves, Takuma Sato, Entertainment
  • 22:16
    War is coming to Westeros in Game of Thrones Season 7 in a way we've never seen before. The new trailer and preview photos give us a hint of the damage that Daenerys' dragons could do in open combat against the Lannisters, and now that our Khaleesi is in the thick of the action, the producers promise, "there's a pace and urgency that's very palpable. This is the end game." But the Lannisters aren't the only ones causing trouble in Season 7 — as the trailer teases, there's also Euron Greyjoy's armada, which could prove pivotal in the war to come, for one big reason...  We're gonna need a (...) -- Hbo, Game Of Thrones, Spoilers, Game Of Thrones Season 7, Entertainment
  • 21:56
    It's been a year since Harambe was killed, but the internet will never forget. Last year at this time, a curious toddler wandered into the gorilla's cage at the Cincinnati Zoo, leading zoo officials to then shoot Harambe out of fear of what he might do.  Bored people on the internet — remember, this is the pre-Trump era, when people used to be bored — then took up the gorilla's cause. No one, it should be noted, wanted them to. SEE ALSO: Please don't name April the giraffe's baby Harambe Harambe memes flooded the internet, some of them targeting the Cincinnati Zoo. Things reached such an (...) -- Watercooler, Memes, Harambe
  • 20:38
    Netflix charts the early reign of Queen Elizabeth II in its biopic series The Crown... and the IRL queen is apparently a fan. Now, this might simply be wishful thinking brought to life by a welcome rumor. But we'll take it, with an appropriately portioned helping of salt grains, of course.  SEE ALSO: 'The Crown' could well cure your 'Downton Abbey' nostalgia A "senior royal source" told the U.K. tabloid Sunday Express that Her Majesty has seen all 10 episodes of the Netflix series. She watched it at the urging of her youngest son, Prince Edward, and his wife, Sophie. "Edward and Sophie (...) -- Entertainment, Tv, Netflix, Queen Elizabeth Ii, The Crown
  • 20:00
    At first there was the unicorn latte, then the charcoal latte, and even the avocado latte...  But here at Mashable, we have taken the latte art trend to the next level with this brand new creation. Read more...More about Tech, Iphone, Food, Technology, and Food Preparation -- Tech, Iphone, Food, Technology, Food Preparation
  • 19:35
    Even though he was busy destroying postwar alliances and praising autocrats, it was nice to have President Trump away from the United States for a week, especially away from Twitter.  Well, that time has ended. President Trump is back from Europe and back on his phone, with some of his most disturbing (yet properly spelled!) allegations yet.  SEE ALSO: President Trump left TripAdvisor reviews for the Middle East and just, wow This time, Trump alleged that credible news sources who were discussing things like Russia and possible corruption, weren't just making up their stories, they were (...) -- Watercooler, Twitter, President Donald Trump
  • 19:15
    The declining popularity around Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean movies continues — in the U.S., at least — with the release of Dead Men Tell No Tales. The fifth entry in the series is looking at an opening weekend domestic estimate of $62.2 million at the box office. It's good enough for a first-place finish, but it isn't the runaway success Disney was likely hoping for. SEE ALSO: 'Pirates of the Caribbean' swims in circles with 'Dead Men Tell No Tales' Dead Men is pacing toward the series' second-lowest opening in the U.S., after the 2003 originalThe Curse of the Black Pearl opened (...) -- Entertainment, Film, Box Office, Pirates Of The Caribbean, Pirates Of The Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales
  • 19:00
    We. Love. Food. There is no denying this fact. From food's humble beginnings as something we all need to survive, it has developed into something that pretty much counts as a hobby now, whether it's eating it, making it, or taking pictures of it. SEE ALSO: Prepare your sweet tooth: A Nutella café is coming to the U.S. Luckily for us, there are all sorts of ways we can display our love of food, from clothing to cute accessories. And here we've created a list of some of the best food pins you can purchase on the internet. Why? Because pins are making a huge comeback. And we just discussed (...) -- Watercooler, Lists, Conversations, Food, Accessories
  • 18:19
    WOW. Stephen Amell stars in The CW's hit DC Comics superhero series, Arrow. But did you know he's also an IRL superhuman who possesses powers above and beyond the normal person? SEE ALSO: DC Comics heroes get a streaming service all to themselves It is well known that Amell performs many of his own stunts on Arrow, but you never really know how much is physical prowess and how much is the illusion of fictional TV. That's why the star's #RedNoseDay appearance on American Ninja Warrior is so damn impressive. In front of Ninja Warrior's cameras, Amell has nowhere to hide. Watch now as he (...) -- Entertainment, Tv, Arrow, American Ninja Warrior, Stephen Amell
  • 17:24
    Newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron was faced with a nearly insurmountable challenge this week: how to shake President Trump's hand without losing his own. He succeeded, but just barely. In a new interview with Le Journal du Dimanche, Macron told the paper that the handshake was "a moment of truth." SEE ALSO: President Trump left TripAdvisor reviews for the Middle East and just, wow "My handshake with him, it wasn't innocent," Macron said. "One must show that you won't make small concessions, even symbolic ones, but also not over-publicize things, either." Read more... (...) -- Watercooler, Donald Trump, Macron, Politics
  • 17:00
    The other day, we finally got our first look at the new Spider-Man: Homecoming movie poster. And it was pretty bad. I was worried that the new Spider-Man wouldn't feature any people, so this poster is very reassuringpic.twitter.com/BUR77wU3vG — Edwin Davies (ⓐEdwinJDavies) May 24, 2017 Nothing really makes sense here. The colors are all over the place and Iron Man is on there twice. All the trailers have been electric, and all the previous posters have looked really good, so what happened on this one? That's right, budget issues. They blew their entire budget on the first few posters (...) -- Watercooler, Marvel, Spider Man, Marvel Entertainment, Marvel Studios
  • 17:00
    Some would argue that the word "bromance" does not belong in the world of politics, but they'd be wrong. It's hard not to get swept up in the budding friendships of international leaders with all the photo ops and viral videos.  You may be familiar with Barack Obama and Joe Biden's solid relationship, but that's not the only political bromance you need to know. Here are some friendships that have lasted through the rumble-tumble of public affairs.  SEE ALSO: James Corden and Harry Styles solidify their bromance in 'Carpool Karaoke' Barack Obama and Joe Biden I mean, this one is a given.  (...) -- Watercooler, Conversations, Barack Obama, Justin Trudeau, Ruth Bader Ginsburg
  • 17:00
    Dear filmmakers: If you're going to remake an old story, you better damn well do it right. That isn't a targeted statement so much as a PSA (though it stings freshly of ABC's abominable Dirty Dancing), and a direct product of the fact that I was spoiled in 2006 by Omkara, an Indian film version of Othello. Omkara was the second Shakespearian endeavor from director Vishal Bhardwaj, who released Maqbool in 2003, based on Macbeth. Both films — and 2014's Haider, based on Hamlet — transpose the Bard's classics to regional India, and Omkara remains a stunning retelling of a world-renown story (...) -- Entertainment, Movies, Bollywood, Omkara, Vishal Bhardwaj
  • 16:52
    The Simpsons continues to pull zero punches when it comes to the increasingly disastrous presidency of Donald J. Trump. The animated series latest poke at 45's White House attempts to capture the vibe 125 days in. From the dangling corpses of Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, and Reince Priebus to Veep Mike Pence rubbing the "Vice" off of his nameplate to ... whatever's going on here with Jeff Sessions, "scathing" is the most appropriate descriptor for The Simpsons latest take. Cartoon Richard Nixon might be the one who sums it up best: "I, uh, came to thank you, Donald. I'm movin' up! (...) -- Entertainment, Tv, Donald Trump, The Simpsons
  • 16:23
    If there were Snaps of Evan Spiegel's super-secret weekend wedding, they've already self-destructed. The Snapchat co-founder and CEO tied the knot with Australian entrepreneur and model Miranda Kerr over the weekend in the backyard of their Brentwood, Calif. home. It was a hushed affair that lacked the public-facing lens you might expect from one of the present-day leaders in social media. SEE ALSO: How to master Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram Stories Guests were picked up at security-heavy checkpoints and ferried to the Spiegel/Kerr abode in black vans and limos with darkened (...) -- Watercooler, Snapchat, Wedding, Miranda Kerr, Evan Spiegel
  • 16:13
    Speaker Ryan is one of the most unpopular politicians in the country — and he's polling particularly poorly among one 8th grade class. Eighth grade students from South Orange Middle School in South Orange, New Jersey were on a school trip to Wasshington D.C. on Friday when they were given a very special opportunity: a photo-op with Speaker Paul Ryan. Under normal circumstances, many students would leap for the chance to take a photo with the third most powerful politician in the country. Not these kids. SEE ALSO: Give Trumpcare a break: Here are all the pre-existing conditions it will (...) -- Watercooler, Paul Ryan, Politics
  • 16:00
    Image: Library of Congress When Axis and Soviet forces invaded Eastern Europe and the Balkans in the early years of World War II, they sent thousands of refugees fleeing south and east to escape the chaos Many fled across the Mediterranean, hopping from island to island in search of safety. To manage this exodus, in 1942 the British established the Middle East Relief and Refugee Administration (MERRA) and set up a constellation of camps in Egypt, Gaza, and Aleppo, Syria, providing havens for over 40,000 displaced Europeans. At the El Shatt camp near the southern end of the Suez Canal, (...) -- History, Syria, Retronaut, Egypt, Refugee Crisis
  • 15:29
    Saturday evening stargazers were treated to one of the trippiest natural phenomenons Earth has to offer: a naked eye-visible aurora borealis. The "northern lights," as they are often called, originate with our sun. Solar storms that occur there emit streams of charged particles which help to trigger the unusual light show once they reach Earth. SEE ALSO: The mystery of panda's fur color is finally solved The magnetic fields emanating from our north and south poles pull the charged particles down into our upper (and sometimes lower) atmosphere, where some of them collide with the (...) -- Climate, Science, Aurora Borealis, Northern Lights
  • 15:00
    Not everything that's created on the internet stays on the internet — sometimes things just might make it on a podcast. If you're the kind of person who can't get enough of the memes, videos, art, and all things internet, here are the podcasts you need to start tuning into today.  SEE ALSO: 'Nancy' isn't a person, it's a podcast. Oh, and it's super, super gay. 1. Reply All PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman host this remarkable show all about the internet —both people who create things for it, and its impact. You can listen to old episodes below or check more out here.  Read more... 2. The (...) -- Conversations, Podcasts, Watercooler
  • 15:00
    Earlier this week, 18 women dressed up in red cloaks and white bonnets, stood in pairs in the rotunda of the Texas state capitol, and began chanting, "Shame!" in unison. They didn't stop shouting for eight minutes.  They call themselves the Texas handmaids. You probably first saw them back in March, when images of their original protest in Austin went viral. That's when they sat silently in the Texas senate gallery, watching as lawmakers debated bills that would make it harder for women to get an abortion. SEE ALSO: Ivanka Trump is not your friend and she's not coming to save you What (...) -- Books, Hulu, Social Good, Activism, Margaret Atwood
  • 14:56
    Yesterday was a big deal for all the fans of James Cameron's Avatar.  Pandora – The World of Avatar – located in the Animal Kingdom Park in the Walt Disney World Resort – opened to guests staying at Disney resort hotels at 7am, and then to the general public an hour later. Needless to say, people were eager to get in on the action. The main attractions of the park are the two rides, Avatar Flight of Passage and Na'vi River Journey, and people lined up to get on them early. Like really early. One of the first people to enter the park said he got there at 5 a.m. He told the people cued up on (...) -- Disney, Pandora, Theme Park, Theme Parks, Disney World
  • 00:51
    The king of Belgium is apparently not amused by his appearance in a recent Burger King ad. The country's royal family contacted the fast food chain this weekend over an online ad that asks people to choose between its mascot and a cartoon image of King Philippe, the BBC reports. SEE ALSO: Burger King is hiring gamers to sell you food during online matches and I give up A spokesperson for the family told the network that the company isn't allowed to use the monarch's likeness without their approval. As of Saturday evening, the ad remained live at the domain whoistheking.be.  Visitors (...) -- Burger King, Business
  • 00:15
    Although it's no longer "America's favorite pastime," baseball is still at the heart of the county's popular culture and, along those lines, its Hall of Fame just hit a home run by adding Homer Simpson to its ranks.  SEE ALSO: Oculus founder thinks this wild anime film is the likely future of AR On Saturday, the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, added the animated character to its list of greats, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the episode "Homer at Bat," which aired in February of 1992.  A legendary reunion to celebrate Homer's "induction" into the Hall of Fame. (...) -- Sports, Baseball, The Simpsons, Homer Simpson, Hall Of Fame
  • 23:13
    What's better than using WWE stage to propose marriage to your lover in front of millions? How about doing the same thing in the UFC octagon, but first pulling off one of the most impressive knockouts of your opponent in recent mixed martial arts memory?  SEE ALSO: Behold The Mountain from 'Game of Thrones' sparring with a UFC champ That's what headliner Alexander Gustafsson did after destroying his opponent Glover Teixeira in the final round of his match UFC match on Sunday.  THAT'S IT!!! ⓐAlexTheMauler walks off on Teixeira and gets the 5th round KO!!! #UFCStockholm (...) -- Sports, Marriage Proposal, Sweden, Mma, Ufc

TechCrunch

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Cool Tools

  • 18:00
    Learning from death: Frank Ostaseski has accompanied over 1,000 people as they died in a hospice, and in this 60-minute podcast (recorded at a Long Now seminar), he distills what lessons the dying — and death — have taught him. Their wisdom is deep, complex, potent, intimate, unexpected (not cliche) and will shift your relationship to life. Listening (or watching the video) will be one of the best hours in your life. — KK Kitchen dishtowels: I love these white, blue-striped kitchen dishtowels. They’re $15 for a set of 12. They are 100% cotton, thick and absorbent. I just retired my former, (...) -- Recomendo

Boing Boing

  • 14:18
    If you don’t want to get stuck footing the bill for a hit and run, this dashboard-mounted camera offers up to 2K resolution to make sure you always have a reliable witness, and it’s available in the Boing Boing Store for 30% off it’s usual price. The PapaGo mounts unobtrusively to your windshield to see everything in its 175º ultra-wide viewing angle. It supports recordings up to 12 hours in length onto a micro SD card, and can be set to activate automatically from nearby motion. To prevent against unexpected data loss, the included G-sensor ensures files are saved in the event of a (...) -- PapaGo , pick up the PapaGo Dash Cam in the Boing Boing Store for $124.99

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Engadget

The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

hack a day

  • 16:00
    Wouldn’t it be nice if you had a flying machine that could maneuver in any direction while rotating around any axis while maintaining both thrust and torque? Attach a robot arm and the machine could position itself anywhere and move objects around as needed. [Dario Brescianini] and [Raffaello D’Andrea] of the Institute for Dynamic Systems and Control at ETH Zurich, have come up with their Omnicopter that does just that using eight rotors in configurations that give it six degrees of freedom. Oh, and it plays fetch, as shown in the first video below. Omnicopter propeller orientations Each (...) --
  • 13:00
    With procedural content generation, you build data algorithmically rather than manually — think Minecraft worlds, replete with all the terrains and mobs you’d expect, but distributed differently for every seed. A lot of games use algorithms similarly to generate appropriate treasure and monsters based on the level of the character. Game developer [Oleg Dolya] built a random city generator that creates excellently tangled maps. You select what size you want, and the application does the rest, filling in each ward with random buildings. The software also determines the purpose of each ward, so (...) --
  • 10:00
    There’s a harsh truth underlying all robotic research: compared to evolution, we suck at making things move. Nature has a couple billion years of practice making things that can slide, hop, fly, swim and run, so why not leverage those platforms? That’s the idea behind this turtle with a navigation robot strapped to its back. This reminds us somewhat of an alternative universe sci-fi story by S.M. Stirling called The Sky People.  In the story, Venus is teeming with dinosaurs that Terran colonists use as beasts of burden with brain implants that stimulate pleasure centers to control them. While (...) --

TechCrunch

  • 15:00
    Cryptocurrencies are booming beyond belief. Bitcoin is up sevenfold, to $2,500, in the last year. Three weeks ago the redoubtable Vinay Gupta, who led Ethereum’s initial release, published an essay entitled “What Does Ether At $100 Mean?” Since then it has doubled. Too many altcoins to name have skyrocketed in value along with the Big Two. ICOs are raking in money hand over… Read More -- Opinion, TC

BetaNews.Com

  • 13:12
    A letter signed by more than 30 major technology companies has been sent to the House Judiciary Committee calling for a number of key changes to be made to NSA surveillance. The letter, signed by the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Google and Mozilla, asks lawmakers to make a number of considerations when reforming Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act. The signatories refer to themselves as "U.S.-based companies that provide consumer and business technology, products, and services around the world through the use of electronic data." Their letter is timed to coincide with debate about the (...) -- [Continue Reading]
  • 11:27
    We know that the OnePlus 3T is being discontinued as the launch of the OnePlus 5 is just around the corner. Ahead of the launch, the company behind the "flagship killer" has unveiled a referral program that lets its customers earn points to get money off phones and accessories. The referral program is open to "anyone who's ever bought a OnePlus smartphone past, present, or future." You just need to apply for your unique referral code, and then encourage people to use it to make their OnePlus purchases to earn you points and money off. Working much like any other… [Continue (...) -- [Continue Reading]

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Boing Boing

The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

Engadget

hack a day

  • 07:00
    Off the hop, we love portable consoles. To be clear, we don’t just mean handhelds like the 3DS, or RetroPie builds, but when a maker takes a home console from generations past and hacks a childhood fantasy into reality — that’s amore. So, it’s only natural that [Bill Paxton]’s GameCube re-imagined as a Game Boy Advance SP has us enthralled. Originally inspired by an early 2000’s imagined mockup of a ‘next-gen’ Game Boy Advance, [Paxton] first tried to wedge a Wii disk drive into this build. Finding it a bit too unwieldy, he opted for running games off of SD cards using a WASP Fusion board (...) --
  • 04:01
    Deep in the heart of a Chinese click farm — and probably used by the company your company hired to build an ‘app’ — is a magical device. Call it a Beowulf Cluster of Phones. Call it the farm. By any name, it’s a whole bunch of smartphones, smart watches, tablets, and other Smart Things all controlled remotely. This is OpenSTF, or a Smartphone Test Farm. You can build your own, but as with anything requiring a whole lot of cables and devices, if you don’t plan it well, it’s going to look like crap. [Paul] needed an OpenSTF device lab, and found the perfect product to repurpose into a great (...) --
  • 01:00
    Doctors use RF signals to adjust pacemakers so that instead of slicing a patient open, they can change the pacemakers parameters which in turn avoids unnecessary surgery. A study on security weaknesses of pacemakers (highlights) or full Report (PDF) has found that pacemakers from the main manufacturers contain security vulnerabilities that make it possible for the devices to be adjusted by anyone with a programmer and proximity. Of course, it shouldn’t be possible for anyone other than medical professionals to acquire a pacemaker programmer. The authors bought their examples on eBay. They (...) --

TechCrunch

Daring Fireball

  • 02:49
    Elizabeth Dwoskin and Craig Timberg, writing for The Washington Post: Google has begun using billions of credit-card transaction records to prove that its online ads are prompting people to make purchases — even when they happen offline in brick-and-mortar stores, the company said Tuesday. The advance allows Google to determine how many sales have been generated by digital ad campaigns, a goal that industry insiders have long described as “the holy grail” of online advertising. But the announcement also renewed long-standing privacy complaints about how the company uses personal (...)
  • 02:14
    New episode of America’s favorite 3-star podcast, with special guest Jim Dalrymple. We speculate about what Apple might announce at WWDC 2017: Apple Watch, iPad, iOS, updated MacBooks, Apple TV, and more. Also: a celebration of the great Roger Moore. Brought to you by these great sponsors: MailRoute: Hosted spam and virus protection for email. Use this link for 10 percent off for the life of your account. Squarespace: Make your next move with a beautiful website. Use code gruber for 10 percent off your first order. Fracture: Your photos printed in vivid color directly on glass. Great gift (...)

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27 mai

Mashable !

  • 23:56
    Change.org is getting some major support from tech billionaires to create real social movements.  LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman is leading a $30 million funding round for the site in what he said in a post on LinkedIn was his largest personal impact investment to date.  Bill Gates and Y Combinator's Sam Altman are also investing in Change.org in this round, Change.org CEO Ben Rattray said in a blog post.  "As a society, we should be doing everything we can to build powerful, easy-to-use civic spaces where upstarts and idealists can effectively challenge entrenched interests. Where (...) -- Bill Gates, Change.Org, Reid Hoffman, Business
  • 22:00
    Imagine that you're standing on an alien world, far out in the galaxy. You look up and see a brilliant bed of stars above you, blanketing totally foreign sky.  But what if you were on a different planet a little closer to home? What would you see then? A new photo beamed back from Jupiter by NASA's Juno probe, gives us a good idea of what that could be like. SEE ALSO: Jupiter is the gigantic, stormy hellscape we always feared The new Juno image gives us our first view of what it's like to look out from within Jupiter's rings — yes, the huge planet has its own rings — back toward (...) -- Space, Nasa, Science, Space Photos, Stars
  • 21:44
    It turns out that dogs (of course) know that fidget spinners are the work of the devil, and one brave Shiba Inu had no problem making her feelings known in a video posted on Instagram this week.  SEE ALSO: Shiba Inu Cashier Wants to Sell You Much Magazines Nothing odd happens here other than the mere spinning of the popular time-wasting gadget, but Kiba the Shiba isn't fooled and emphatically calls out the unnatural movements of the seemingly innocent device.  #kibatheshiba loves #fidgetspinner #shibainu A post shared by pablo_ha55an (ⓐpablo_ha55an) on May 20, 2017 at 3:32am PDT At one (...) -- Instagram, Dogs, Toys, Fidget Spinner, Fidget Spinners
  • 21:18
    Bottles of Coke could get Romanians into concerts this summer. The soda giant is printing detachable labels that double as festival wristbands to some of the country's biggest musical events.  SEE ALSO: Why Warren Buffett is the new face of Coca-Cola in China Not every bottle is a winner; drinkers have to use a special app to determine whether or not their package is a real ticket. But the company is hoping that the eight quirky designs it's rolling out will make teens want to wear them regardless. Among Coke's festival partners is Transylvania's Untold, one of the premiere musical (...) -- Coca Cola, Business
  • 21:11
    London isn't totally sold on Uber.  The city's transportation authority, Transport for London, renewed Uber's license Friday — but only for four months.  Uber's current 5-year license, which it won in 2012, expires May 30.  Uber wants another five-year agreement — not a measly four-month extension. And Uber's opponents aren't thrilled about the short-term approval either.  “Uber has still not answered questions that TfL asked months ago. We say they are either safe to licence or they're not. You can't be a little bit pregnant. We think that TfL's reason for this temporary licence is (...) -- Uk, London, Uber, Ride Hailing Apps, Business

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TechCrunch

  • 23:07
    We’ve received word from Uber that the Kalanick family suffered a tragic event this weekend. CEO Travis Kalanick’s parents were in a boating accident in Fresno yesterday and his mother Bonnie Horowitz Kalanick has passed away. His father Donald Kalanick was also injured. The company provided the nofollowing statement. “Last night Travis and his family suffered an… Read More -- TC
  • 16:31
    British Airways has a problem. Its new IT system has completely crashed five times inside a year, and today it added a sixth global crash to the roster. All flights from Heathrow and Gatwick have been cancelled until at least 6pm in London tonight, affecting all BA flights globally. The airline is asking passengers not to come to the airports. The system failure also took out the BA website… Read More -- Europe, TC

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