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Nathan Hammond radiates fatigue. The bearded and tousle-haired engineer has clocked an average of 60 hours a week for four months working on Voyager, the most important mobile app in LinkedIn’s history.
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Snapchat Discover content is now shareable
Snapchat has until now been something of an island in the social media landscape: Unlike YouTube or Twitter, it wasn’t possible to directly link to Snapchat content.
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British Airways to expand Apple Watch support
The next time you travel through Heathrow Airport, you can expect to see new Apple Watch-friendly barcode scanners aimed at making the check-in process easier.
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Uber has hired another Google Maps exec
Uber has snagged another executive from Google Maps as it pushes to build its own mapping technology and driverless cars. Manik Gupta, who was at Google Maps for seven years, has joined the ride-sharing app as director of product for maps, according to a LinkedIn post from Tuesday.
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