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Google vs the EU: Which side are you on?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It’s obvious that the staff here at Android Authority love Android. Even though many of us use some non-Android products in our daily lives, our hearts align with Android’s open source nature and the power it gives us to choose how our devices work, look, and feel. That’s why today’s news about the record $5 billion fine the European Commission just levied at Google over its alleged antitrust violations with Android has left us conflicted.

Snap judgment: The brain protects from harm but can also confirm dangerous bias

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - An investor once made a snap judgment and sent me for coffee. I was actually the CEO. I didn’t mind his error. As a brain scientist I know why he made this mistake. However, this evolutionary skill can lead to racism, sexism and other bigotry.       

Android Jetpack: What do the recent announcements mean for Android’s Support Library?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The official Android docs describe Android Jetpack as “a set of libraries, tools and architectural guidance. ” This vague description has left many developers wondering what Android Jetpack really is. Taking a look at the list of Android Jetpack components just raises even more questions — there’s clearly a ton of crossover with existing Android libraries and projects.

Lyft Buys Bike-Sharing Company Motivate

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Lyft has acquired Motivate, the bike-sharing company that operates services like New York's Citi Bike and Ford's GoBike in San Francisco. The contracts for these services will be passed onto Lyft, giving the ride-hailing company a major share of the bike-sharing market.

Lyft Acquires Citi Bike’s Parent Company Motivate to Enter the Bike-Sharing Market

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Citi Bike, a bicycle-sharing network ubiquitous in New York, is getting a new owner. Lyft, the ride-hailing company originally known for its pink mustaches, announced it's acquiring Motivate, the parent company of Citi Bike and other bike-sharing networks. The deal, announced today, gives Lyft access to Motivate's technology, business operations and existing city contracts even.

Replacing and Properly Adjusting 1967 Camaro Vent Windows

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - As with many projects, you start down one repair path and end up going in a different direction. We’d never repaired a vent window assembly before, so this project was a completely new adventure.

Will the New Chevrolet Blazer Help Sustain General Motors' Profit Boom?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors midsize SUV that will slot in between the huge-selling Chevrolet Equinox and the big Chevy Traverse when it begins arriving at US dealers early next year. While a few GM fans grumbled about its name – the original Chevy Blazers were brawny truck-based SUVs; this one isn't – GM shareholders should welcome the new family friendly Blazer: It's the latest addition to what has been a very profitable line of products for GM.

All-New Holden Acadia Begins Rigourous Family Testing As Holden Expects Suvs To Make Up 35% Of Sales

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Holden’s laser-like focus on SUVs continues with real-world local testing due to commence on the all-new Acadia, set to go on sale later in 2018.

Eight Fascinating Facts About the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Bow Tie finally revealed the all-new 2019 Chevrolet Blazer last week in Atlanta, Georgia way ahead of its arrival at dealerships early next year. Chevy’s midsize mover will slot between the recently shrunken Equinox crossover and the full-size Traverse SUV.