Uber Is Building Its Own Scooter to Compete With Frenzy

Uber has reportedly started developing its own scooter at its facility in San Francisco as part of its efforts to create a new mode of urban transportation for customers. Bloomberg reports that the new endeavor is being overseen by Jump Bikes, an electric bike rental startup acquired by Uber in April for over $100 million as part of the […]

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T-Mobile Shuts Down Unauthorized Access To Customer Data

T-Mobile has revealed that its cybersecurity unit detected and thwarted a customer data breach on August 20, resulting in unauthorized access to personal information of its subscribers. The incident marks yet another such issue for the company, with T-Mobile recently disclosing a similar problem resulting in unauthorized data access. That vulnerability left customer login logs exposed to […]

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Facebook Moves To Monetize WhatsApp With Business Tools

WhatsApp has introduced new features designed to allow businesses to more easily communicate with customers as part of Facebook’s wider push to seriously monetize its messaging service for the first time ever. The new functionalities are being rolled out to WhatsApp Business, a version of the app that was announced last September as the platform’s […]

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Dropbox Intros Gmail Add-On As Part Of Google Partnership

Dropbox announced a new add-on for Gmail designed to allow users to discover their files from the cloud service within Google‘s email platform. The new integration is part of an alliance between Google Cloud and Dropbox which was announced earlier this year as an effort to make the two apps work better with each another. The […]

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Dropbox Intros Gmail Add-On As Part Of Google Partnership

Dropbox announced a new add-on for Gmail designed to allow users to discover their files from the cloud service within Google‘s email platform. The new integration is part of an alliance between Google Cloud and Dropbox which was announced earlier this year as an effort to make the two apps work better with each another. The […]

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Sony Xperia XZ3 Rumored To Have A Single 48MP Rear Camera

The upcoming Sony Xperia XZ3 is supposedly shipping with only a single camera on the back of the device with a sensor size of 48 megapixels, new reports indicate, corroborating a recently leaked set of unofficial CAD renders showing the handset’s single main camera configuration as opposed to a dual-camera setup that was previously rumored. The new […]

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Android P Emoji Support Comes To Microsoft’s SwiftKey App

SwiftKey, a keyboard app developed by Microsoft subsidiary TouchType, has received a new update that introduces support for Android P emoji. The latest update to SwiftKey for Android is now available to download from the Google Play Store, which also adds a slew of improvements and new features largely focused on the Arabic language. In […]

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Google Unveils Upcoming Features For YouTube Music

Google has offered a glimpse of a number of new features set to come to YouTube Music over the next few months in response to feedback gathered from users. YouTube Music has been frequently receiving a slew of updates that add a number of new features alongside a new premium option meant to bring the service […]

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Instagram Now Lets You See When Your Friends Are Online

Instagram‘s Direct messaging service has received a new feature that allows users to know when their friends are online and available to chat on the platform. The active status on Instagram is indicated by a green dot attached to the profile photo of a user. It should be pointed out that this feature has long […]

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Uber To Let Riders Pay With Their Venmo Balance Soon

Uber is set to roll out support for the PayPal-owned mobile payment service Venmo over the next few weeks as an additional payment option for customers in the United States. The new capability will be called “Pay with Venmo” and is part of Uber’s broader tie-up with PayPal. It remains unclear, however, when and if the […]

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