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India plans to cap commissions for Uber, Ola: Economic Times

India plans to cap commissions for Uber, Ola: Economic Times

FILE PHOTO: A screen displays the company logo for Uber Technologies Inc. on the day of it's IPO at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., May 10, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File PhotoBENGALURU (Reuters) - India plans to cap commissions app-based taxi aggregators such as Uber (UBER.N) and home-grown Ola earn on rides…
SpaceX has plans to land a huge spaceship on the moon in 2022 – NBCNews.com

SpaceX has plans to land a huge spaceship on the moon in 2022 –...

SpaceX's huge Mars-colonizing Starship vehicle could make its first extraterrestrial touchdown in just three short years.SpaceX is one of five companies that are newly eligible to deliver robotic payloads to the lunar surface for NASA, via the agency's Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) program. SpaceX proposes to do this work with Starship and Super Heavy,…
Acura Plans To Reveal PMC Edition MDX At LA Auto Show – Motor1.com

Acura Plans To Reveal PMC Edition MDX At LA Auto Show – Motor1.com

Hand-assembled at Acura’s Performance Manufacturing Center, the Acura MDX PMC Edition launches early next year with 300 vehicles to be built for the U.S. market and 30 for Canada The MDX PMC Edition combines the line-topping premium features of the Advance Package with the sporty character of the A-Spec line, along with other exclusive content…
Apple plans a Prime-like subscription bundle, but that has News+ publishers worried

Apple plans a Prime-like subscription bundle, but that has News+ publishers worried

Apple Prime — Apple made deals with publishers to include their content in such a bundle. Samuel Axon - Nov 14, 2019 10:03 pm UTC Enlarge / Tim Cook announces Apple TV+ at an event on March 25, 2019.According to a report in Bloomberg, Apple may be planning to launch a bundled subscription service that…
Google plans to offer checking accounts next year

Google plans to offer checking accounts next year

Google is planning to offer checking accounts within its Google Pay app, The Wall Street Journal reports. Its “Cache” project, which could launch as soon as next year, will be offered in partnership with Citigroup and a small Stanford University credit union. Google says that the accounts will be branded up front as coming from…
Google plans to tag websites that don’t download quickly – Mobile Marketer

Google plans to tag websites that don’t download quickly – Mobile Marketer

Brief: Google plans to identify websites that don't download quickly with badges as part of its effort to improve the user experience (UX) of its Chrome web browser. The criteria will get increasingly stringent, with a long-term goal of marking high-quality experiences with badges that consider qualities other than speed, per a company blog post.…
Google Plans to Shame Slow Websites in Chrome – ExtremeTech

Google Plans to Shame Slow Websites in Chrome – ExtremeTech

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. One of Google’s stated goals, when it launched the Chrome browser, was to make the web faster. It has followed that up with initiatives like search ranking that factors in page loading speed and the AMP mobile web format. Google’s next…
Google plans to give slow websites a new badge of shame in Chrome

Google plans to give slow websites a new badge of shame in Chrome

Google is experimenting with a badge of shame for websites that load slowly in Chrome. “In the future, Chrome may identify sites that typically load fast or slow for users with clear badging,” explains a blog post from the Chrome team. “This may take a number of forms and we plan to experiment with different…
Microsoft has big plans for its new Edge browser – TechCrunch

Microsoft has big plans for its new Edge browser – TechCrunch

Microsoft is setting itself some high goals for its new Chromium-based Edge browser. As Chuck Friedman, the corporate vice president for Edge told me, he wants Edge to hit one billion users — a number that would start to rival Chrome’s numbers. First, though, Friedman’s team has to get version 1.0 of Edge out to…
Microsoft has big plans for its new Edge browser

Microsoft has big plans for its new Edge browser

Microsoft is setting itself some high goals for its new Chromium-based Edge browser. As Chuck Friedman, the corporate vice president for Edge told me, he wants Edge to hit one billion users — a number that would start to rival Chrome’s numbers. First, though, Friedman’s team has to get version 1.0 of Edge out to…

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Devs Make Big Bucks On The Switch eShop By Drastically Reducing...

Cheap success by Liam Doolan 6 hours agoIf you own a Switch, you've likely been in the situation where you're browsing the sales section of the eShop and end up buying a game because of its insanely low price. For certain developers and publishers, sales are the best way to stay relevant on Nintendo's hybrid…

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