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The Australian government is putting traffic lights on the pavement to stop phone addicts killing themselves

The scheme will cost the Australian government $250,000 Australian dollars, or around £125,000 If you’re a dedicated Twitter user like me, you’ll often find it hard to look away from your screen – even when doing more important tasks like crossing the road. So, to stop smartphone addicts like myself being killed, the Australian government […]

You can now share videos shot on Snapchat Spectacles on Instagram

Snapchat Spectacles are now a whole lot more useful. That’s because Snapchat has updated its camera-equipped sunglasses with the much-requested option to export video in a non-circular format, at long last making it worthwhile to share the short point-of-view clips on other social networks, like Facebook, Instagram (or IGTV), Twitter and even YouTube. Spectacles weren’t as […]

Bike-share platform Spin poaches Seattle transit regulator and launches in a dozen new cities

Spin, one of several dockless bike-sharing companies now vying for dominance in a number of U.S. cities, has a new weapon to wield against its competitors: Kyle Rowe, the architect of Seattle’s permissive and apparently successful bike-share permit system, who is joining the company to work on government partnerships. In addition, Spin is gearing up […]

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