• The craigslist safety app is too little too late

      The craigslist safety app is too little too late Recently craigslist announced that they have sanctioned a smartphone app that shows users where they can supposedly make transactions safely. The app is said to show the locations of coffee shops and police stations. While we commend craigslist for finally starting to think about the safety of their users we here at Geebo have ...

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    • Would you buy a car from a vending machine?

      Would you buy a car from a vending machine? Are you the kind of person who hates to shop for a car? Do you hate having to deal with salespeople who you know are trying to rip you off just to make a big commission? Do you wish you could just press the buttons of E and 5 and have the car of your choice of produced magically in front of you? Well now you can.

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  • Amazon Go breaks down when there’s too many people in it

    Amazon Go breaks down when there’s too many people in it Previously on this blog, we’ve posted about Amazon’s proposed brick and mortar store called Amazon Go. The store is supposed to work without cashiers with scanners and cameras doing most of the work. While we were wondering what’s keeping customers from stealing everything, Amazon has run into a much bigger problem.

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  • Samsung to start reselling the explosive Note 7

    Samsung to start reselling the explosive Note 7 You remember the Smasung Galaxy Note 7 don’t you? It was the infamous phone that you couldn’t take aboard any US flight since a fault in the phone’s design would cause some of the phones’ batteries to overheat and burst into flames. Millions of the devices were recalled due to safety risks.

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  • Uber having more PR issues over the weekend

    Uber having more PR issues over the weekend It feels like that Uber has become the new Yahoo by having anew controversy on almost a weekly basis. The first problem that Uber encountered this weekend is that one of its self-driving cars crashed in Arizona. Even though the crash was he fault of another driver, what most consumers hear is that a self-driving Uber car crashed, j ...

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  • Senate votes to repeal internet provider privacy regs

    Senate votes to repeal internet provider privacy regs Yesterday, the US Senate voted to repeal FCC regulations that prohibited wireless and internet providers from selling your personal information to third-parties. The previous regulations required these carriers to ask your permission up front before sharing your personal information.

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  • Google loses major advertisers amid hate speech controversy

    Google loses major advertisers amid hate speech controversy Whether you want to admit it or not, the internet runs on advertising. Most of the sites we use that we consider free are actually built on advertising revenue from Facebook all the way down to your local news site. That’s why even an internet mammoth like Google stands up and takes notice when it loses major advertisers.

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  • New Homeland Security ban on devices on planes. Security or security theatre?

    New Homeland Security ban on devices on planes. Security or security theatre? Yesterday, The Department of Homeland Security instituted a new ban on electronic devices being carried aboard airlines. However, the new ban only covers flights from certain countries going into certain US airports. The countries on the new ban list are Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, ...

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  • YouTube finds itself fighting controversy on two fronts

    YouTube finds itself fighting controversy on two fronts When you have a virtual monopoly on user-generated video content like YouTube does, it’s difficult to please everyone all the time.Recently, YouTube found itself at odds with two groups that are very important to them, content creators and advertisers.

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  • Is Uber’s facade starting to crack as top executive quits?

    Is Uber’s facade starting to crack as top executive quits? Over the weekend, Uber’s President, Jeff Jones, announced that he was leaving the company only six months after taking the position. His resignation is said to be directly caused by the recent controversies Uber has been embroiled in including the culture of sexual harassment that Uber has been accused of fostering.

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  • Will iPhone users divorce Siri in favor of Alexa?

    Will iPhone users divorce Siri in favor of Alexa? Have you ever wanted to have the full capabilities of an Amazon Echo but couldn’t afford one since you spent all your money on having the latest and greatest iPhone? Well, fret no more as Amazon’s app on iOS now has full Echo capability. With its latest update, the iOS Amazon app now allows you to access the Echo functionality from your iPhone.

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  • DOJ to charge four in Yahoo hacks

    DOJ to charge four in Yahoo hacks It seems that the Yahoo hacks have been in the news forever. For the past few months we’ve been hearing about hack after hack after hack that exposed hundreds of millions of accounts to the masses. The data breaches were so bad not only did it cause Verizon to ask for a $350 million dollar discount in their purchase of Yahoo, but it also basi ...

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  • Marissa Mayer to step down as Yahoo CEO. New CEO to make twice as much

    Marissa Mayer to step down as Yahoo CEO. New CEO to make twice as much As was expected, it was announced yesterday that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer would be stepping down from her position as Verizon is set to take over the company. Mayer was put in the unenviable position of trying to turn around an already failing company.

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  • Did Austin miss Uber and Lyft during SXSW?

    Did Austin miss Uber and Lyft during SXSW? This past weekend the infamous tech and entertainment festival known as South by Southwest (SXSW) took place in the Southwest’s capital of cool, Austin, Texas. During the festival on Saturday night, the skies opened up, and rain descended upon ATX. Many of the revelers wanted to get a ride back to their hotels, but their requests for ...

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  • Uber to stop using Greyball, sort of

    Uber to stop using Greyball, sort of After it was revealed that ride sharing app Uber was using a program called Greyball, to fluster anti-Uber investigators, Uber now claims that they will stop using Greyball, to an extent. Uber says that they will stop using Greyball to deceive authorities but will keep the program in effect to test new features, use in marketing promotion ...

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  • Snapchat sparks controversy with International Women’s Day filters

    Snapchat sparks controversy with International Women’s Day filters After its successful IPO, photo sharing app Snapchat finds itself in the news again, but not for the same reasons. Since yesterday was International Women’s Day, Snapchat decided to release new filters in honor of the day. With the filters you could make yourself look like either scientist Marie Curie, artist ...

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