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Lyft's car rental service now exists as more than just an experiment. Rentals are now available for "select users" in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area, giving you an option when you'd rather drive yourself. As expected, the service relies o… from Engadget RSS Feed https://ift.tt/2EofdFX via IFTTTWeiterlesen "Lyft debuts car rentals in Los Angeles and the SF Bay Area December 12, 2019 at 09:50PM"
If you're waiting for big companies to reduce their carbon emissions, you can forget about 2020. Apparently, 2030 is when we'll start to see changes. That's the year Amazon wants to make half its shipments carbon-neutral and Microsoft promises a 75 p… from Engadget RSS Feed https://ift.tt/2EhWRpH via IFTTTWeiterlesen "Most Cadillacs will be electric by 2030, says GM December 12, 2019 at 08:24PM"
Apple isn't just offering in-depth election news — for 2020, it'll have a degree of participation in the process. Apple News will co-host its first political debate on February 7th, when it partners with ABC and WMUR-TV for the eighth Democratic deb… from Engadget RSS Feed https://ift.tt/2E9jX1S via IFTTTWeiterlesen "Apple News will co-host a presidential debate for the first time in February December 12, 2019 at 08:15PM"
Hulu knows many of its viewers watch show episodes back-to-back, and it's determined to bank on that with its advertising. As AdWeek hinted back in the spring, Hulu is rolling out an ad system designed for binge watchers. The approach uses machine… from Engadget RSS Feed https://ift.tt/2Pgsqqm via IFTTTWeiterlesen "Hulu rewards binge watchers with ad-free episodes December 12, 2019 at 07:40PM"
Ahead of the US elections next year, Twitter says it's bringing back election labels, a feature the company introduced during the 2018 midterms to help increase the visibility of political tweets. from Engadget RSS Feed https://ift.tt/34dVUcS via IFTTTWeiterlesen "Twitter is bringing back candidate labels for the 2020 US elections December 12, 2019 at 07:17PM"
Over the past year, Facebook has been working to put together a content oversight board. We've heard Mark Zuckerberg's vision, and Facebook shared a charter outlining its rules. Now, Facebook is committing $130 million to the effort. from Engadget RSS Feed https://ift.tt/36sysdi via IFTTTWeiterlesen "Facebook pledges $130 million for its content oversight board December 12, 2019 at 07:11PM"