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Chinese Ride-Sharing Giant Didi Chuxing Picks Its First English-Speaking Nation: To Enter Australia on June 25

From a report: Ever since outperforming Uber in its home base of China, speculation has mounted that ride-hailer Didi Chuxing would eventually branch out to the rest of the world. Didi’s first launch in an English-speaking country comes on June 25, it was announced Thursday, when it’ll start operations in Melbourne, Australia. The company has already begun recruiting local drivers. ... Read More »

AT&T Completes $85 Billion Time Warner Acquisition

AT&T on Thursday evening said that it has completed its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, just two days after a judge ruled that the deal, originally announced two years ago, could proceed over objections from U.S. antitrust regulators. From a report: The Department of Justice did not file for an emergency stay of the judge’s ruling, per the judge’s ... Read More »

Self-Driving Cars Likely Won’t Steal Your Job (Until 2040)

The self-driving robots are coming to transform your job. Kind of. Also, very slowly. From a report: That’s the not-quite-exclamatory upshot of a new report from the Washington, DC-based Securing America’s Future Energy. The group advocates for a countrywide pivot away from oil dependency, one it hopes will be aided by the speedy adoption of electric, self-driving vehicles. So it ... Read More »

Windows 10 is Adding SwiftKey, Laying the Groundwork For Dual-Screen Tablets

Sean Hollister, writing for CNET: Microsoft-owned SwiftKey was one of the first virtual keyboards to offer intelligent, predictive swipe-typing on Android and iOS phones, and now Microsoft has announced that it will become the default keyboard for touchscreen-equipped Windows 10 computers as well. “SwiftKey will now power the typing experience on Windows when using the touch keyboard to write in ... Read More »

Adobe is Reviving the Stunning Lost Fonts of the Bauhaus

An anonymous reader shares a report: Even if you’re not a designer, you’ve probably heard the phrase “form follows function.” That’s how influential the school that espoused it, the Bauhaus, has become since its heyday in 1920s and ’30s Germany. Now, some of the movement’s most compelling — but largely unknown — lettering has been recreated from archival material, like ... Read More »