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Developers can finally respond to App Store reviews – here’s how it works
With yesterday’s release of iOS 10.3 and macOS 10.12.4, Apple has made a significant change to how its App Stores operate. At long last, developers now have the ability to respond to user reviews in order to offer support, ask follow-up questions, say thanks, or otherwise interact with their app’s customers. The change has been a long time coming – the feature has been… Read More
Google’s Search app now includes Gboard, a widget and expanded 3D Touch
 Google’s desire for its search engine to become more deeply integrated into the iOS operating system got a big push today – the company says that its previously standalone keyboard app Gboard is now being bundled with its main iOS Search app. This change was announced alongside a handful of new features, including also support for an array of 3D Touch options and a new Google… Read More
Uber’s first diversity report is not the worst thing ever
 Uber just released its highly-anticipated, first-ever diversity report detailing the demographics of its employees as of this month. The TL;DR is that Uber, like many other tech companies, is predominantly white and male. What surprised me, though, is that Uber fares slightly better than Facebook and Apple when it comes to female representation. Uber also has pretty solid representation of… Read More
Google launches new site to showcase its open source projects and processes
 Google is launching a new site today that brings all of the company’s open source projects under a single umbrella. Read More
Facebook Global Head of Diversity Maxine Williams is speaking at TC Sessions: Justice
 The lineup for TC Sessions: Justice just keeps getting better. I’m excited to announce that Facebook Global Head of Diversity Maxine Williams will be joining us onstage at TC Sessions: Justice in June. We’ll be discussing Facebook’s diversity playbook and its strategy to foster inclusion in the workplace. As head of diversity at Facebook, Williams is tasked with trying to… Read More
Chess legend Garry Kasparov is coming to Disrupt NY
 Garry Kasparov is widely considered the greatest chess player in history, but it was his historic match against IBM’s Deep Blue that cemented him as a household name. His loss became emblematic of humanity’s changing relationship with machines, computers, and information — especially artificial intelligence. Kasparov tells the story of that match, and of the intellectual… Read More
Google Home adds support for Logitech Harmony, August locks and more
 A slew of companies are announcing new-found compatibility with Google’s Home hub this morning, including August Home smart locks, Logitech’s Harmony line and light bulbs from TP-Link and LIFX. The announcements come as the company works to bolster its smart home presence in the wake of big pushes by Amazon and Apple. A look at the official Google Home page shows a small but key… Read More
Collectly is moving debt collection online
 A startup called Collectly is moving the debt collection process online and providing more transparency around how the process is going. By doing so, the company is recovering debt at twice the rate of traditional collection agencies. Read More

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