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HTC U11 Edge Sense: what can it do?

by Lanh Nguyen 17 hours ago14 comments

The $550 mirrorless camera versus the flagships: Is it a waste of money?

by John Velasco 2 days ago32 comments

Sony consolidating its flagships is probably for the best

by Robert Triggs 14 hours ago9 comments

Andy Rubin’s Essential teases a big announcement for May 30

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 hours ago11 comments
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The Weather Channel now suggests Lyft rides when the weather is bad

The Weather Channel and Lyft will work together to make sure you stay dry and safe during rainy days.
by Edgar CervantesApril 10, 20174

The Google Street View leader hits the road to join Lyft’s mapping team

Luc Vincent, who worked at Google for 12 years and was the head of its Street View team, has left the company to join the mapping team at Lyft.
by John CallahamFebruary 9, 20171

Google will soon bring Uber-like ride share service to Waze

In May, Google reportedly ran a pilot program that allowed some Waze users to carpool with fellow Waze users. The service will be open to everyone in San Francisco soon.
by Brian ReighAugust 31, 20161

Ride in minutes, or now hours with Lyft’s new scheduled pickup

Need a Lyft in a few hours? The taxi-alternative service is now adding the ability to schedule pickups ahead of time, with the feature officially being tested first in San Francisco.
by Stuart LombardMay 24, 20164
 
 

Google assembles a self-driving lobby dream team with Ford and Uber

It’s called the Self-Driving Coalition for Safer Streets, and their angle is to promote the statistical certainty that self-driving vehicles are hands-down better and safer drivers than ...
by John DyeApril 26, 201611
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