August, 2017

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Uber’s C.E.O. Select, Dara Khosrowshahi, Measures Into Brighter Spotlight –

SAN FRANCISCO — The new leader of Uber enjoys his parents, doesn’t appreciate President Trump and has handled a customer internet business in the face of ferocious competition. Uber’s board, investors and workers can just pray that’s enough. Following six months of remarkable chaos in the ride-hailing business, its boardRead More

Uber’s C.E.O. Hunt Is Nearing a Conclusion –

SAN FRANCISCO — The hunt for Uber’s new chief executive could be nearing a decision. Meg Whitman, the chief executive of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, has been emerging as the likely candidate for being chosen since Uber’s new leader on Sunday, based on two people who have knowledge of the procedure,Read More

Is this the reason some women fancy other women?

Scientist says female same-sex attraction has continued because it pleases men The trait makes them less likely to cheat with other men, he claimed About a fifth of women say they experience a degree of same-sex attraction By Colin Fernandez Science Correspondent For The Daily Mail A male scientist hasRead More

Amazon’s Play into Rattle Whole Foods Rivals: Quicker Kale and Avocado –

SEATTLE — The age of Whole Paycheck, the derisive nickname for Whole Foods, could be drawing to a closefriend. Amazon, that requires charge of this upscale grocer on Monday, plans to slash costs the identical moment. The importance of the movement goes well past the cost of avocados that areRead More

Hurricane hunters fly through the eye of Hurricane Harvey 

NOAA crews flew missions through Hurricane Harvey on Thursday and Friday Piloted Lockheed WP-3D Orion ‘hurricane hunter’ through eye of the storm Harvey reached Category 3 on Friday with sustained winds of 120mph By Keith Griffith For Dailymail.com An intrepid research mission through the eye of Hurricane Harvey has beenRead More

Amazon’s Whole Foods Strategy: Cheaper Kale and Avocado –

SEATTLE — The age of Whole Paycheck, the derisive nickname for Whole Foods, could be drawing to a closefriend. Amazon, that requires charge of their upscale grocer on Monday, plans to slash costs the exact same moment. The importance of the movement goes well past the purchase price of avocadosRead More

Facebook shuts down a million hate accounts a day

Facebook shuts down 1M accounts daily, the firm’s chief security officer said Yet it can’t stop spam, fraud, and hate speech and blames technical challenges In May, Mark Zuckerberg announced the hiring of 3,000 more moderaters   By Sage Lazzaro For Dailymail.com Facebook is now shutting down one million accountsRead More

Gut Bacteria Can Fluctuate With the Seasons –

At Tanzania, not far in the Serengeti, reside the Hadza, a community of approximately 1,300 people. For this little group, they bring a good deal of scientific focus. Lots of the Hadza dwell only on the animals they kill, together with berries, honey and some other foods that are wild.Read More

Dear iPhone: Here Is Why We’re Still Together After 10 Years –

Dear iPhone: It is difficult to believe we are still together after 10 decades, which will be eons from the technology market. What is the glue that keeps us all together? For starters, I seldom get lost today I have a GPS device in my pocket. After plenty of exerciseRead More

Facebook to launch ‘Aloha’ big screen video chat device

 Team also working on an Amazon Echo-like smart speaker and 360 camera Building 8 is also developing VR and AR headsets for Oculus By Sage Lazzaro and Mark Prigg For Dailymail.com Facebook is  preparing to launch a new range of hardware including a big screen chat device and a smartRead More