Getting rid of CEO Travis Kalanick has apparently not magically resolved all of ride-hailing giant Uber's many, many problems, with the company now facing a lawsuit in New York over its near-total lack of cars accessible to people with wheelchairs.
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Our world moves at a breakneck pace, making it easy to feel overwhelmed and stressed out. That's why it's important to find time to take care of yourself — even if you only have a few minutes here and there. Thankfully, Aura's meditation teachers and therapists had our busy schedules in mind when making Aura Premium, a science-backed mindfulness tool to help you give anxiety the boot.
If you have aspirations of coding for Apple, or just want to earn extra cash developing your own apps, you're going to need to learn Swift. Master the latest version of Apple's very own coding language with the Complete Swift 3 Hacking Bundle, including more than 60 hours of training to teach you the language from the ground up.
Last year, Apple launched mini apps for iMessage in a bid to liven up its default messaging app and fend off competition from third-party alternatives — but are any of these add-ons actually any good? We went deep to look for iMessage apps that offer something genuinely useful or fun (or both).
I might be the only person at Gizmodo that likes Sphero's new Cars toy. My co-workers hate the way the robot announces it's going to sleep, and the long animated process it takes to wake up. They're also horrified by the very existence of sentient automobiles and tractors that moo. But my colleagues are too caught up in trying to understand Pixar's Cars world to realise that they're playing with the incredible future of robotic toys.
The mobile app market has exploded, and so has the demand for code-savvy pros to build polished and scaleable applications. With the Pay What You Want: Mobile Cross Platform Development Bundle, you can cash in on the surge with over 100 hours of end to end training.
Android is the world's most popular mobile OS, and knowing how to code for it can open the door to a myriad of jobs in the tech sector. While going back to school is one way to get started, the Android Development eBook Bundle can net you a complete coding education without the crippling student loans — — and you can learn at your own pace.
You might have noticed we're in a crazy news cycle right now, and in these times of political and civil uncertainty, staying on top of breaking news is more important than ever. If you want the most relevant stories delivered to your phone in the shortest possible time, we've got the apps for you.
With an eye towards the developing world where people are more likely to own cheap phones and have spottier wireless data access, the big names in tech are developing simpler versions of their apps. These apps are lightweight, use little data, and don't burn through battery life. Sound good? It does to us too, and here's how to give them a test drive.
You've spotted an app, site, or service you like the look of, it's completely free to use, and so you're ready to sign up — but how can you tell the service is above-board and legit? That you're not going to be subject to nefarious dark pattern tactics or see you or your teens sensitive data shared with advertisers. Before joining a service that seems to good to be true take the steps below. Common sense and a little digging can usually save you from the shadiest apps.
If you haven't heard, a lot of Chromebooks can run Android apps now, but not everything in the Google Play Store is going to make sense for your lightweight laptop — we're looking at you, Snapchat.Here are seven Android apps that are actually well suited to running on top of Chrome OS.
If you use Gmail and your office uses Google Apps or you like to maintain multiple Facebook accounts, than operating on a phone can be a nightmare. Multiple logins means constant logging out of apps and then logging back in — a process that only gets more excruciating when you have two-factor authentication (and you should really have two-factor authentication).
It's no secret that learning even the basics behind mobile app development can skyrocket your hiring and earning potential, but many of us are turned off by the thought of sinking more time and money into a formal coding education. Fortunately, there's another way to build up your coding chops, and it won't break the bank. Name your price, and you can catalsze your mobile dev education with the Pay What You Want: The Ultimate Android Development Bundle.
Apple recently pushed out its newest app, a mobile iMovie for the Snapchat generation — but it's far from the only lightweight video editor you can get for your phone. Jazz up those clips of your pets and vacations before they hit Instagram and Snapchat with these mobile video editing suites, putting pro tools in your pocket.