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Seattle approves minimum wage for Uber and Lyft drivers
Seattle approves minimum wage for Uber and Lyft dr...

New Seattle regulation requires Uber and Lyft to pay their drivers a minimum wage. Angela Lang/CNET The Seattle City Council unanimously approved a minimum pay standard for Uber and Lyft drivers on Tuesday, the second city in the US to do so. Under the new regulation going in to effect in January, the ride-hailing services…

Starlink net satellites protect emergency workers on-line amid wildfires
Starlink net satellites protect emergency workers ...

It's emerged that SpaceX's Starlink satellites have been delivering internet services since early August to the Washington state military's emergency management unit helping residents recover from recent wildfires.As noted by CNBC, providing services to Washington emergency responders is the first publicly known application of the satellite broadband service.    SpaceX is currently conducting private Starlink…

Account for HN: Ruby One-Liners Cookbook
Account for HN: Ruby One-Liners Cookbook

This chapter will give an overview of ruby syntax for command line usage and some examples to show what kind of problems are typically suited for one-liners. Why use Ruby for one-liners? I assume you are already familiar with use cases where command line is more productive compared to GUI. See also this series of…

Google/Fitbit will monetise health files and ache buyers
Google/Fitbit will monetise health files and ache ...

Marc Bourreau, Cristina Caffarra, Zhijun Chen, Chongwoo Choe, Gregory Crawford, Tomaso Duso, Christos Genakos, Paul Heidhues, Martin Peitz, Thomas Rønde, Monika Schnitzer, Nicolas Schutz, Michelle Sovinsky, Giancarlo Spagnolo, Otto Toivanen, Tommaso Valletti, Thibaud Vergé 30 September 2020 The European Commission is conducting an in-depth investigation of the Google/Fitbit deal. A static, conventional view would suggest…

Teenage engineering – Introducing the OB–4 magic radio
Teenage engineering – Introducing the OB–4 mag...

the magic radio. OB–4 introducing OB–4, the portable high fidelity loudspeaker with two 4'' bass drivers and a pair of neodymium tweeters that deliver crystal clear, open natural sound with 38 watts per channel — that's around 100 decibels  of incredible sounding stereo. listen using line input, bluetooth, FM radio and disk. the interface is…

Welcoming Gitter to Matrix
Welcoming Gitter to Matrix

Hi all,We are ridiculously excited to announce that Gitter is joining the Matrix ecosystem and will become the first major existing chat platform to switch to natively speaking Matrix!If you’re reading this from the Gitter community and have no idea what Matrix is: we’re an open source project that provides an open protocol for secure,…

Complexity Scientist Beats Traffic Jams By blueprint of Adaptation
Complexity Scientist Beats Traffic Jams By bluepri...

Q&ABy Rodrigo Pérez OrtegaSeptember 28, 2020To tame urban traffic, the computer scientist Carlos Gershenson finds that letting transportation systems adapt and self-organize often works better than trying to predict and control them.The computer scientist Carlos Gershenson of the National Autonomous University of Mexico likes to solve urban mobility problems like heavy traffic by applying complexity…

Six Figures in 6 days
Six Figures in 6 days

This title is a little misleading. Sure, it took me 6 days to amass 3,626 sales for a total of $101,528, but like any overnight success, it was years in the making. In my case, about 7 years. In 2013, the jailbreaking days of iOS were in full effect. Inspired, I created and sold an…

The Incorrect Privateness Tag of a “Free” Cyber internet discipline
The Incorrect Privateness Tag of a “Free” Cybe...

Kara Zajac said SPART*A, a small nonprofit serving transgender military service members and veterans, helped her begin her transition while in the Navy. To give back, she volunteered to build the group’s website in her spare time after leaving the military—and kept her eye on a key value: privacy. “I don’t track users,” Zajac said.…

The Airline Industry’s Meltdown
The Airline Industry’s Meltdown

When an airline no longer wants a plane, it is sent away to a boneyard, a storage facility where it sits outdoors on a paved lot, wingtip to wingtip with other unwanted planes. From the air, the planes look like the bleached remains of some long-forgotten skeleton. Europe’s biggest boneyard is built on the site…

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