Gmail adds support for third-party add-ons
Google is launching third-party add-ons for Gmail today. These native extensions will allow you to bring the power of services like Asana, DocuSign, Trello, Wrike and others directly to your inbox — no matter whether you are an enterprise or individual user. If you’ve been following along, this announcement doesn’t come as a total surprise. The company first announced that… Read More
Lyft gets $1B investment, led by Alphabet
The ride-hailing company’s valuation is now at $11 billion, which could help fuel its quest to beat rival Uber.
The BlackBerry Motion has no physical keyboard and its battery life is enormous
It’s official: The BlackBerry KEYone has a followup.
BlackBerry Motion, launched Sunday at the GITEX event in Dubai, is a mid-range, 5.5-inch smartphone with no physical keyboard, a large 4,000mAh battery and IP67 water and dust resistance.
We’ve already seen what the phone looks like thanks to a leak last week, and yes, that bottom bezel actually is that huge.
But the Motion is likely not here to set design trends; it’s a business phone and with its black/gunmetal color combo and the “soft-grip” textured back, with a large BlackBerry logo, it definitely looks the part. Read more…
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Amazon is thinking of selling medicine online
There might come a time when you can order prescription meds with household items and groceries from Amazon. According to CNBC, the e-retail giant is thinking of breaking into the pharmacy business, and it will have to decide if it wants to push thro…