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The Battle To Be First App Opened

techcrunch.com
Competition is heating up in the on-demand transportation industry, but unlike other segments of the market, there’s no lock-in that keeps customers loyal to one service or another. Users looking for a way to get from one place to another seemingly only care about the cost, convenience, and reliability of...
The Battle To Be First App Opened

CEO Supper Club: "If Travis stops acting like a prick, I'll stop calling him a prick"

pandodaily.com
This embed is invalid Regular readers know that Paul Carr is no fan of Uber’s CEO Travis Kalanick. Here’s what happens when he has dinner with one of Kalanick’s investors. Warning: Very coarse language. (But you didn’t really need to be told that did you?)...
CEO Supper Club: "If Travis stops acting like a prick, I'll stop calling him a prick"

Booting Up: For Now, Google Is America's Favorite Tech Company

betabeat.com
Google is king. (level343.com) Uber has a novel idea to fend off competition: Lower its prices. UberX, its comparatively less expensive on-demand car service, plans to slash prices next week by 25 percent in San Francisco. [TechCrunch] Google has won the popularity contest of which tech companies Americans love! Around 83 percent...
Booting Up: For Now, Google Is America's Favorite Tech Company
Taxi E-Hail Apps Get The Green Light In New York City Officially, Finally, Once Again

Cab-hailing apps get green light in NYC

news.cnet.com
Appellate court lifts injunction against city's pilot program allowing users to hail yellow cabs via smartphone. Good news for services like Uber and its devoted user base. [Read more]...
Cab-hailing apps get green light in NYC
On A Mission To Build The Next Big Pet Brand, Whistle Launches A $99 Fitbit And Health Monitor For Pooches

Stripe tweaks its payment tech for the collaborative consumption economy

gigaom.com
The internet and mobile economies have spawned the collaborative consumption business model, but the payments systems we have in place haven’t kept up. A company like eBay, AirBnB, Uber and or Lyft isn’t just a single business entity but a big collection of small networked entrepreneurs, and for every single...
Stripe tweaks its payment tech for the collaborative consumption economy

Breather, an 'Uber for private workspaces', raises $1.5m from Gary Vaynerchuck, Loic Le Meur and more

thenextweb.com
Breather, a new startup which can best be described as ‘Uber for private work spaces’ has raised a $1.5 million seed round to fund the launch of its service later this year. Aimed at people who want to work somewhere a bit more private and comfortable than a Starbucks for...
Breather, an 'Uber for private workspaces', raises $1.5m from Gary Vaynerchuck, Loic Le Meur and more

This $400 PC runs on Android

venturebeat.com
The latest Acer personal computer will be an All-in-One (AIO) model that runs Android, the company has confirmed. Currently available All in Ones from Acer run Windows 8 and retail for $900-$1900; the new unit is priced around $400 or less at online retailers. In advance of Computex next...
This $400 PC runs on Android
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