Day: July 3, 2018

NYC study backs pay raises for Uber and Lyft drivers

Ridesharing companies in New York City are facing more pressure than ever to increase pay for their drivers. The burg’s Taxi and Limousine Commission has released a study recommending raises for drivers with companies like Uber and Lyft. Economists James Parrott and Michael Reich suggest workers should receive $17.22 an

Schalke Star Amine Harit Involved in Serious Traffic Incident in Morocco

Moroccan international Amine Harit was involved in a fatal traffic accident on Friday in Marakesh, according to his side ​Schalke. Harit was involved in the 23-man-squad that travelled to Russia for the World Cup after a stellar season with Schalke and he featured in his side’s opening match against Iran. It is understood that

Netmarketshare: Windows 10 hits 35% of devices, Windows 7 rises to 43%

Netmarketshare’s numbers for the month of June 2018 are out today, and Windows 10 continues rising, hitting 35% of devices captured by the firm. Microsoft’s Windows 10 has had a successful month, with the firm detailing its Spring Creators Update hitting over 250 million users just two months after its initial release.

List of Smartphone to expect at IFA in Berlin Event

IFA is also a platform for smartphone makers to unveil the products that were in development. The OEMs present their innovative technologies and concept phones that would soon be reality. We’ve run through all our hunches and predictions on what smartphones will be showcased at this year’s IFA. Here’s the

Should Lionel Messi’s failure to win a World Cup affect his GOAT claim?

Is this the last we’ll see of Lionel Messi on football’s biggest stage, the World Cup? Argentina are out, and with them go a seemingly demoralized, I’d-rather-be-anywhere-than-Russia Lionel Messi. True, he did what he could in the round of 16 with two assists, including a beauty that lead to Kun

LeBron James: Basketball star agrees to join Los Angeles Lakers

Basketball star LeBron James has joined Los Angeles Lakers in a four-year deal worth $154m (£116m). The 33-year-old, who has played in eight consecutive NBA finals, moves to the Lakers from Cleveland Cavaliers. James, who became a free agent on 1 July, is widely considered the best basketball player in

Gmail app developers have been reading your emails

Third-party app developers can read the emails of millions of Gmail users, a report from The Wall Street Journal highlighted today. Gmail’s access settings allows data companies and app developers to see people’s emails and view private details, including recipient addresses, time stamps, and entire messages. And while those apps

Follow these steps to record deleted browser history

The browser history that has been saved about a user includes the information that is related to active logins, browsing history, cache, cookies, form and search bar data, offline website data and site preferences. Though there are a number of disadvantages involved in allowing your browser to have access to