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Square’s Caviar agrees to pay $2.2 million to settle class-action lawsuit alleging Caviar’s tipping option was fake

Square, the payments company led by Jack Dorsey, has agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle a class-action lawsuit involving its on-demand food delivery service, Caviar . Today, customers who ordered food from Caviar between January 20, 2012 and August 31, 2015 received a notice of the proposed class-action settlement – this is according to… Read More »

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Uber working to identify drunk passengers

If things go as planned, Uber may be able to tell when you’ve had a few too many drinks. The ridesharing giant has explored identifying drunk passengers with artificial intelligence, according to a patent application published Thursday. With the technology, Uber could better tailor its ride options for customers. The patent application describes a system… Read More »

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News from WWDC 2018: Apple’s ARKit 2, what to expect

Apple is doubling down and bringing new features to its Augmented Reality play ground. This next version of ARKit (simply called “ARKit 2”) Apple’s suite of developer tools for augmented reality, comes with more sophisticated face-tracking tech and 3-D object detection. It allows for “shared” experiences, so you and your friends can all see the… Read More »

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Microsoft is reportedly talking about buying GitHub, a platform for software developers last valued at $2 billion

New reports this weekend have Microsoft set to purchase the popular software site GitHub. According to reports, the companies have had on-and-off conversations over the years, but talks have grown more serious in the past few weeks. One person familiar with the discussions between the companies said that they had been considering a joint marketing partnership… Read More »

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$220m Uber deal is off, says Singapore’s ComfortDelGro

Taxi giant ComfortDelGro Corp and ride-hailing firm Uber have agreed to dissolve the  strategic agreement that they entered into last December. Both companies entered into the agreement with ComfortDelGro agreeing to pay S$295 million ($220 million) for the stake in Uber subsidiary Lion City Holdings Pte Ltd. In a statement on Friday (May 25), ComfortDelGro… Read More »

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Facebook, Google face first GDPR complaints worth $8 billion

Europe’s new privacy framework, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is now being applied — and long time Facebook privacy critic, Max Schrems, has wasted no time in filing four complaints relating to (certain) companies’ ‘take it or leave it’ stance when it comes to consent. The Austrian lawyer’s non-profit organization NOYB filed complaints against Google,… Read More »

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