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Austin tech leaders unveil ‘RideAustin’ non-profit ride-hailing service

Austin tech leaders unveil ‘RideAustin’ non-profit ride-hailing service

In an announcement made on Monday, tech leaders in Austin unveiled a non-profit car-for-hire service -- called RideAustin -- backed by local donations.

Facebook apologizes for blocking ad featuring plus-sized model in a bikini

Facebook apologizes for blocking ad featuring plus-sized model in a bikini

On Monday, social network Facebook extended an apology to Australian feminist group Cherchez La Femme for its refusal to display an ad which featured a size-26 model, Tess Holliday, in a bikini.

Toyota to work with Dean Kamen to launch second-gen iBot wheelchair

Toyota to work with Dean Kamen to launch second-gen iBot wheelchair

Bigwig automaker Toyota announced in a Saturday post on its website that it will work with Segway creator Dean Kamen's Deka Research to reintroduce one of his most intriguing transportation devices --

Google is bringing Android and Chrome OS closer together

Google is bringing Android and Chrome OS closer together

At its I/O 2016 developer conference, tech giant Google announced that it plans to port over the best features of Android to Chrome OS and vice versa.

Google gets patent for “system for protecting a colliding object from a secondary impact”

Google gets patent for “system for protecting a colliding object from a secondar

On May 17, tech giant Google received a patent for technology which the company has described as a "system for protecting a colliding object from a secondary impact."

Google appeals CNIL order for delisting of ‘right to be forgotten’ content globally

Google appeals CNIL order for delisting of ‘right to be forgotten’ content globa

In a blog post published on Thursday, Google has revealed that it is appealing the _100,000 ($112,000) fine imposed on the company by French data protection authority CNIL in March this year, for not

Google announces ‘Daydream’ platform for mobile VR

Google announces ‘Daydream’ platform for mobile VR

At its 2016 I/O developer conference on Thursday, tech biggie Google unfolded a new vision of virtual reality (VR), announcing its 'Daydream' platform for high-quality mobile VR.

‘Google Home’ marks Google’s foray into voice-activated home device market

‘Google Home’ marks Google’s foray into voice-activated home device market

At its ongoing 2016 I/O developer conference in Silicon Valley this week, Google is expected to venture into the voice-activated home device market with the introduction of its own virtual agent.

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Austin tech leaders unveil ‘RideAustin’ non-profit ride-hailing service

In an announcement made on Monday, tech leaders in Austin unveiled a non-profit car-for-hire service -- called RideAustin -- backed by local donations. The new service is an alternative created by Austin-based engineers to Uber and Lyft ride-hailing services which have been ousted from the city after a contentious regulation scuffle.

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