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This is why developers don’t like Apple’s Vision Pro

Cryptopolitan 24 Jul 2023
Opening the gateway to the future of digital experiences, Apple introduced Vision Pro, an exciting yet challenging addition to the tech titan’s product line ... First impressions matter. Vision Pro’s daunting appeal ... Apple Watch and Apple TV app stores have fallen into obscurity, with developers like Twitter, Meta, and Uber retreating ... ....

‘No Hard Feelings’ Review: Jennifer Lawrence Shines in Sweet and Saucy Summer Comedy

The Hollywood Reporter 21 Jun 2023
Show additional share options. Show additional share options. No Hard Feelings, Gene Stupnitsky’s satisfyingly funny summer comedy, opens with a tow truck and a desperate woman ... Hard times have fallen on the Montauk local, who supplements her bartending income by driving for Uber ... Related Stories ... "He Was Not Easygoing". No Hard Feelings.

How I (Mostly) Got Over My Mom Guilt

Time 18 May 2023
I’ve fallen into the trap myself, seeing uber-successful women on Instagram, and thinking snidely, “Yeah, but the kids are probably always with the nanny.” (Of course, my kids were probably with their nanny at that very moment.) We still live in a society that ...

The long demise of the stretch limousine

The Seattle Times 29 Apr 2023
The stretch limo has largely fallen out of favor as the rise of Uber and Lyft, the Great Recession and new rules hastened a shift to chauffeured vans and SUVs ... .

Uber drivers lay out 4 reasons they think tipping has been getting worse — and ...

Business Insider 23 Apr 2023
Jeffrey Greenberg/Universal Images Group via Getty Images Ben, a 42-year-old Dallas Uber driver, told Insider his tips were getting smaller ... Last year, Ben earned roughly $77,000 pretax driving for Uber and Uber Eats ... Sergio Avedian, an Uber and DoorDash driver, said tips have fallen since the beginning of the pandemic.

Lyft reportedly slashing at least 1,200 jobs in another round of layoffs

New York Post 21 Apr 2023
Uber, Lyft group challenges Biden’s labor secretary nominee over worker rules ... Suspects targeting NYC Uber, Lyft drivers netted $30K in months-long robbery spree ... Lyft’s stock had fallen about 11% this year, compared with Uber’s price gain of 27.5%, as of Thursday’s close.

Lyft to 'significantly' cut jobs in new CEO's first major move

Union Leader 21 Apr 2023
The companies' last reported results showed that Uber's global presence and more diversified businesses were giving it an edge over U.S.-focused Lyft. Lyft's stock had fallen about 11% this year, compared with Uber's price gain of 27.5%, as of Thursday's close.

North Country Smokehouse Partners with Uber Eats

Victoria Advocate 16 Feb 2023
Uber's long-standing mission to 'connect the physical and digital world with a tap of a button' hasn't fallen short with their most recent drop shipping endeavor that allows Uber Eats visitors to order direct-to-home delivery with guaranteed free shipping from premium brands nationwide.

NYC Uber drivers stage one-day strike over company robbery of $12M in raises

People's World 05 Jan 2023
NEW YORK—Some 80,000 low-wage mostly immigrant New York City Uber drivers staged a one-day strike on Jan ... At a noontime rally at Uber headquarters at 175 Greenwich St., in downtown Manhattan, the drivers explained the city panel, following local law enacted in 2018, ordered a raise for them of at least $1,000 per driver per month, starting Dec.

Woke and broke U.S. Army now accepting recruits with ADHD, other "behavioral challenges"

Hot Air 28 Dec 2022
Being all uber-woke you can be has just about brought the Army to its knees. In this day and age, they’ve fallen so far down the rabbit hole anymore that they can’t get anyone who’s their normal target recruit to sign up to save their lives. Or anyone else’s, for that matter. Their recruiting numbers are dismal ... So, here we are.

Harvard-Educated Deception Expert: 4 Red Flags Can Show When People Like Sam Bankman-Fried Are Lying

NBC Bay Area 14 Dec 2022
Elizabeth Holmes is headed to prison ... These fallen founders, and others like them — from WeWork's Adam Neumann to Uber's Travis Kalanick — have something in common, and it's not just the prestige television shows being made about their collapses ... Sign up for NBC Bay Area’s Housing Deconstructed newsletter ... Proven Techniques to Detect Deception." ... .

Alibaba Group sells 3% stake in Zomato for ₹1,631 crore

Live Mint 30 Nov 2022
However, the stock has fallen more than 52% so far in 2022.The development came months after Uber Technologies sold its 7.8% stake in Zomato for $392 million via a block trade on local exchanges.On Wednesday, shares of Zomato closed 3.54% ...

DoorDash to cut 6% of global workforce in cost-cutting push

The Spokesman-Review 30 Nov 2022
DoorDash Inc. is cutting about 1,250 jobs to rein in expenses, acknowledging that a rapid expansion during the pandemic boom has led to mounting losses ... The cuts will affect about 6% of the company’s workforce, a mix of U.S ... Shares of DoorDash and food-delivery rival Uber Technologies Inc. have fallen 64% and 34%, respectively, so far this year. .

Top 5 stories of the week: Deloitte’s cybersecurity predictions, the true cost of a breach, ...

Venture Beat 26 Nov 2022
Against that backdrop, looking ahead to 2023, Deloitte predicts an increase in cybersecurity preparedness both for employees and board members alike ... Event. Intelligent Security Summit ... Over the past few months, organizations including Uber, Cisco, Twilio and Rockstar Games have all fallen victim to data breaches as a result of cyberattacks ... ....

Deloitte reveals 10 strategic cybersecurity predictions for 2023

Venture Beat 22 Nov 2022
Table of contents. 1. Board cybersecurity readiness will become business imperative 2. Connected device visibility and security will be a major area of focus for most organizations3 ... Over the past few months, organizations including Uber, Cisco, Twilio and Rockstar Games have all fallen victim to data breaches as a result of cyber attacks ... Zero trust ... 1.

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FILE - Divers look for flood victims in the city of Derna, Libya, Sept. 18, 2023. The devastating storm that dumped torrential rains along the Libyan coast this month was up to 50 times more likely to occur and 50% more intense because of human-caused climate change, according to an analysis released Tuesday, Sept. 19.
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