One feature of ride-hailing app Uber that’s meant to keep riders from acting like complete jerks is mutual rating: passengers rate their drivers, sure, but drivers also rate passengers. 225 more words
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TORONTO – Forget the spoon, most kids these days are born with a silver smartphone in hand.
Kids these days grow up on the Internet. From a young age many are using devices that give them the web at their fingertips – and while the Internet and social media can be a very beneficial and educational tool for kids, it also leaves them susceptible to many risks. 877 more words
If you’re part of the 117 million or so names on RadioShack’s mailing list, we have good and bad news for you. Today, the Shack and various states’ attorneys general came to an agreement about what customer data may be sold to RadioShack’s new owners, and under what circumstances. 296 more words
TORONTO – Microsoft’s How-Old.net tool, which guesses the user’s age based on a photo of their face, became an overnight sensation last week. But upon closer inspection of the website’s Terms of Service, some users raised concerns about whether their photos were being saved by the software giant. 433 more words
Does lead generation make you crazy to think about? Understand that no matter the strategy, patience is needed in gathering leads. It is important that you use established techniques. 21 more words