Community managers for the transit company confront journalist investigation allegations head-on to try to retain users.
In the wake of a BuzzFeed News story, the transit company is looking into the official’s tracking of a journalist’s location.
“We should lead by inspiring our riders, our drivers, and the public at large,” Travis Kalanick said in a 13-tweet Twitterstorm this afternoon.
Uber, but for endearing yourself to authority.
The State Department Tried To Make Its Own Upworthy. What Happened Next Will Shock And Amuse You.
Cool footage, terrifying sky stalker.
The on- and offline search for the prime suspect in last month’s celebrity nude-photo hacking scandal.
“Who said women don’t know how to drive?” the Uber blog post asks. The post was deleted after an inquiry from BuzzFeed News.
What it’s like to use Apple Pay out in the world.
There will be new iPads…and…uh, maybe something else.
“When you give your login credentials to a third-party application, you’re allowing a developer, and possibly a criminal, to access your account information and send information,” the company said in a blog post today.
“My friend says it’s a goldmine,” one AnonIB user writes.
“We apologize for inconveniencing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users who were impacted by the bug in iOS 8.0.1,” Apple said in a statement Thursday.
STOP SITTING ON YOUR HUGE DANG PHONES, PEOPLE!
But it is a whole lot more secure.
Longform.org’s new reading app wants to give you a sanctuary from your endless feed (and maybe change your browsing behaviors too!).
New things to buy and new ways to buy them! Oh my!