London mayor: Uber to blame for loss of license in city

London's mayor said Saturday that people angry about the decision by transit authorities to strip Uber of its license to operate in the city should blame the ride-hailing company itself.

13 hours ago from

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Federal government notifies 21 states of election hacking

The federal government on Friday told election officials in 21 states that hackers targeted their systems before last year's presidential election.

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Amazon signs deal to boost its restaurant delivery service

Amazon wants to deliver more burritos and hamburgers to your doorstep.

Fri 22 Sep 17 from

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Google Doodle Celebrates Renowned Organic Chemist Asima Chatterjee

Saturday marks what would have been Chatterjee's 100th birthday

15 hours ago from TIME

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Facebook backs off plan for non-voting shares

Facebook on Friday reversed course on a plan to issue a new non-voting class of shares, avoiding a public trial in a suit filed by investors in the huge social network.

Fri 22 Sep 17 from

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'Super Mario Run' update breathes life into Nintendo's mobile plans

You'd be forgiven for wondering what was happening with Super Mario Run. After a flurry of activity in its first few months, things have mostly quieted down. However, Nintendo ...

4 hours ago from Engadget

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Vegetarian dinosaurs ate flesh

A close look at Cretaceous poo has revealed that at least one plant-eating dino wasn’t all that strict about diet, Andrew Masterson reports.

Thu 21 Sep 17 from Cosmos Magazine

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Twitter tests lightweight mobile app for countries with slow data

It's not just Facebook and Google who are slimming down their mobile apps for the sake of regions where data is slow or spotty. Twitter has confirmed to TechCrunch that it's ...

12 hours ago from Engadget

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PUBG Rails Against Fortnite Battle Royale For Obvious Conflict Of Interest With Epic Games

It is said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but do not tell that to Bluehole, developer of the popular last-man standing game PlayerUknown's Battlegrounds. After Epic Games ...

17 hours ago from HotHardware

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