أخبار التكنولوجيا مع #Uber رابطة هاشتاق

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On August 30, 2017 new CEO has been introduced to Uber, what marks the end of a search that lasted more than two months. After a number of debates of Uber’s board of directors, former Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has taken this position. Although he is going to continue to serve on Expedia’s board of directors. He called the job the “opportunity of a lifetime” and he is expected to bring the company to the new level.

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At the Elevate Summit in Dallas, Texas Uber announced its plan on bringing flying taxis to Dubai and Dallas by the year of 2020. These flying vehicles will be small, electric aircrafts that take off and land vertically. They will have no emissions and are quiet enough to operate in cities. In the beginning of operation the price for a flight is expected to be $1.32 per mile, which is a bit higher than taking UberX for the same distance. 

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Uber is known for having a corporate culture that reveres aggressive attitudes and stepping on toes. CEO Travis Kalanick appears to also bring that same credo to his interactions with drivers.

In a dashboard video, published by Bloomberg on Tuesday, Kalanick is shown arguing with his driver over fares. The argument gets heated and ends with Kalanick telling the driver to stop blaming Uber for his problems.

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) is an important business phenomenon, especially in business spheres connected with IT and innovations. August 2016 was rich in companies’ acquisitions. Let us introduce you a list of fifteen companies which have acquired businesses last August. The list is drawn up in date order.

There are tons of apps in Google Play and the App Store for you to choose from, but the question is…Which one of these apps is actually the best? There are tons of tops out there, presenting various apps, from all categories, but we like to think that we managed to pick the best out of the best. Let’s begin, shall we?

  1. Camera360 Ultimate
    When it comes to photography, this is definitely the best choice. With more than 200 filters, multiple and powerful editing tools and NFC photo sharing, Camera360 Ultimate is an app every smartphone user should at least try.

  2. Pocket

    An excellent app for those moments when you don’t have a Wi-Fi or data connection! Pocket is an offline reader app, able to save text and images so you can check them out later on. Install it and you’ll forget about bookmarking and link sharing for later.

  3. Yahoo Weather

    From the multitude of weather apps out there, the folks of Yahoo! Managed not only to develop one that it’s simple to use and delivers all the information you need in a single glance, but it also has one of the most beautiful user interfaces we’ve even seen.

  4. Twitter Periscope

    If you’re into live streaming, this is by far your best option. Periscope lets you share your video with other users and chat with them in the same time. Also, one of its best features is that it’s able to save the whole streaming, so you can view it later, while the latest update allows landscape-oriented videos.

  5. Whatsapp

    You can’t call yourself a smartphone user if you don’t have this one installed on yours. In a world of messenger apps, Whatsapp is by far the number one choice. It’s easy to use and it has plenty of features, satisfying even the most demanding users. It’s not able to provide encrypted messaging, so you have another reason to try it.

  6. Spotify

    Right now, you don’t even need a subscription to use one of the most popular music apps, so you’re ok with ads and want access to an enormous database of songs and a very nice user experience, Spotify should be your only choice when it comes to music. There’s a paid version, improving the audio quality and removing ads as well.

  7. Evernote

    Ask anybody about the best note-taking app that is and their answer will most likely be Evernote. Whenever something pops in your mind, quickly open the app and jot it down. You can also use it to create to-do lists, record voice reminders and even capture photos, directly from the app. Best thing to get organized, we’d say!

  8. Pushbullet

    This is one of yours truly favorites. If you spend a lot of time in front of your computer and like to be up to date with all your notifications, but don’t want to check your phone everything something new comes in, this is what you need. Pushbullet, alongside the browser notification send all notifications on your computer’s screen, allowing you to check them and even reply to texts.

  9. Uber

    Basically, Uber doesn’t need any introduction, as it has definitely transformed the way we travel. Use it to quickly request a taxi and get picked up in a few minutes. Still, the best part about it is that you can pay with Google Wallet, PayPal or directly with your credit card, through a secure Uber account.

  10. Runtastic Pro

    If you go outside for a jog and like to keep track of your workout, then you need an app like Runtastic Pro. It’s not free, but it’s definitely worth the investment, being able to track you, cheer you after reaching milestones and generate live feedback after you’re done. A great app for those who want to stay in shape.

Hopefully, out list will help you pick some new apps for your phone and you will enjoy them as much as we do. Also, if you have other suggestions, which could make it to a second part of our top, feel free to tell us about them, using the comments section below!