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Instagram policy change means it can delete rule-breaking accounts faster

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Instagram is changing its rules so it can disable accounts that break its rules more quickly.

The company announced a policy change that allows the service to delete accounts that break too many of its rules during a set period of time. Up until now, Instagram only removed accounts that had “a certain percentage of violating content.”

That percentage rule — the company doesn’t disclose the exact percentage — is still in effect, but now there’s a new rule that will allow Instagram to take…

Bitcoin rollercoaster continues as price dives below $10,000

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Just a week ago, as the price of one bitcoin surpassed $10,000 for the first time in more than a year, it appeared that the rise of the most popular cryptocurrency is unstoppable. 

Each day, Bitcoin hit new highs, almost touching $14,000 on June 27 — and then the growth abruptly stopped and the price started going the other direction. Five days later, and one bitcoin dropped to $9,835, having fallen more than 10 percent in the last 24 hours according to CoinMarketCap. (During the couple…

Here’s why you don’t get paired with that Uber car you see on the map

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You’re searching for an Uber or Lyft on the respective ride-hailing app and you see a car icon crawling nearby … but even though it’s temptingly close, that doesn’t mean you’ll be matched with that car.

Uber uses “batch matching” to connect riders with drivers. That means Uber doesn’t just find the closest ride to you; instead, the ride-hailing company takes into account the most optimized ride for everyone around you. 

OK, but what does that mean? If you’ve ever requested the shared…

Here’s why you don’t get paired with that Uber car you see on the map

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You’re searching for an Uber or Lyft on the respective ride-hailing app and you see a car icon crawling nearby … but even though it’s temptingly close, that doesn’t mean you’ll be matched with that car.

Uber uses “batch matching” to connect riders with drivers. That means Uber doesn’t just find the closest ride to you; instead, the ride-hailing company takes into account the most optimized ride for everyone around you. 

OK, but what does that mean? If you’ve ever requested the shared…

Here’s why you don’t get paired with that Uber car you see on the map

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You’re searching for an Uber or Lyft on the respective ride-hailing app and you see a car icon crawling nearby … but even though it’s temptingly close, that doesn’t mean you’ll be matched with that car.

Uber uses “batch matching” to connect riders with drivers. That means Uber doesn’t just find the closest ride to you; instead, the ride-hailing company takes into account the most optimized ride for everyone around you. 

OK, but what does that mean? If you’ve ever requested the shared…

Here’s why you don’t get paired with that Uber car you see on the map

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You’re searching for an Uber or Lyft on the respective ride-hailing app and you see a car icon crawling nearby … but even though it’s temptingly close, that doesn’t mean you’ll be matched with that car.

Uber uses “batch matching” to connect riders with drivers. That means Uber doesn’t just find the closest ride to you; instead, the ride-hailing company takes into account the most optimized ride for everyone around you. 

OK, but what does that mean? If you’ve ever requested the shared…

Here’s why you don’t get paired with that Uber car you see on the map

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You’re searching for an Uber or Lyft on the respective ride-hailing app and you see a car icon crawling nearby … but even though it’s temptingly close, that doesn’t mean you’ll be matched with that car.

Uber uses “batch matching” to connect riders with drivers. That means Uber doesn’t just find the closest ride to you; instead, the ride-hailing company takes into account the most optimized ride for everyone around you. 

OK, but what does that mean? If you’ve ever requested the shared…

Here’s why you don’t get paired with that Uber car you see on the map

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You’re searching for an Uber or Lyft on the respective ride-hailing app and you see a car icon crawling nearby … but even though it’s temptingly close, that doesn’t mean you’ll be matched with that car.

Uber uses “batch matching” to connect riders with drivers. That means Uber doesn’t just find the closest ride to you; instead, the ride-hailing company takes into account the most optimized ride for everyone around you. 

OK, but what does that mean? If you’ve ever requested the shared…

Get an unlocked 12.9-inch iPad Pro from 2017 for $500 off

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TL;DR: The 2017 iPad Pro is still one of the best tablets you can get, and the 12.9-inch model is on super sale. Save $399.01 and get the 256 GB model for $679.99 or save $500 and get the 512 GB model for $779.99.


June 21 was National Selfie Day, and we’re here to remind you that friends don’t let friends take iPad mirror selfies.

Other than that, you can do just about anything with the iPad Pro: create graphic design projects on your commute, edit work spreadsheets from home, watch…