Tag Archives: internet

Lyft vows to make itself completely carbon neutral

Lyft is taking its environmental commitment to its logical conclusion. The ridesharing outfit has promised to achieve complete carbon neutrality, not just its rides, and will strive to use 100 percent renewable energy. It's buying those renewables...

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Instagram’s emoji shortcuts help you comment in record time

If you can't post comments without tossing in at least one emoji to make your feelings clear, you'll be glad to know that Instagram has your back. After months of testing, Instagram has introduced an emoji shortcut bar on Android and iOS that offers...

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CBS chief Les Moonves to step down amid new sexual assault claims

After weeks of swirling sexual misconduct allegations, CBS chief Les Moonves appears to be on the way out. CNN's executive sources have claimed that Moonves is about to step down now that an exit deal is effectively complete. CBS could announce the...

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Netflix, Hulu and Amazon win numerous creative Emmy awards

The Primetime Emmys might not take place until September 17th, but that isn't stopping streaming services from enjoying some critical acclaim ahead of time. Amazon, Hulu and Netflix all took home multiple awards on the first night of the Creative Art...

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YouTube pulls Russian opposition ads ahead of elections

YouTube is no stranger to pulling videos based on their content, but now it also has to worry about when a video is available. The Google-owned service has removed ads from Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny following officials' claims that th...

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Nintendo Switch cloud saves won’t be available for some games

There are a lot of reasons why cloud-based backup is one of Nintendo Switch Online's most awaited features.

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Key suspect in JPMorgan hack is now in US custody

Closure might be coming for victims of the massive JPMorgan Chase hack in 2014. The country of Georgia has extradited the alleged (and until now mysterious) hacker at the core of the crime, Andrei Tyurin, to the US. The Russian citizen pleaded not...

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Audible offers two of its original audiobooks free every month

Audible isn't done offering freebies (of sorts) to subscribers. Members now receive two Audible Originals audiobooks every month on top of whatever they download using their credits.

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Twitter and Periscope now offer audio-only live broadcasts

Twitter has offered at least some form of live video for years, but what if you can't (or don't want to) put something on camera?

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Banning Alex Jones proves Twitter can’t be impartial

All efforts to save @RealAlexJones and @InfoWars from themselves have failed, and you can blame Jack Dorsey for that. Whether or not he intervened in applying a seven-day suspension for rulebreaking tweets (the company denies it) he's successfully un...

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