Credit card security breaches are becoming more and more common, and customers’ personal information is being exposed. Could biometric payment methods replace credit cards altogether? Find out how the startup Quixter is looking to make checkout as easy as a simple swipe of your palm.
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Project of the Day — The Cinnamon Snail food truck, a New York and New Jersey organic-vegan fave, is in need of some much-needed upgrading (it’s twenty years old!).
Congrats to Lupita Nyong’o on being named @peoplemag’s most beautiful! #TBT to when she graced our Oscars 2014 cover alongside Cate Blanchett.
So many high school students died that the city of Ansan doesn’t have enough places for bodies recovered from the Sewol ferry.
Which college majors are most in demand by employers? Here’s a look:
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At the beginning of 2013, Lyft was operating in one city. By the end of today, it will be in 60.
That’s a lot of pink mustaches.
The San Francisco-based ride-sharing company announced it is launching in 24 cities over the next 24 hours. Before today, the company operated in 36 cities across the country.
In each of the 24 new cities, Lyft will provide free rides for two weeks, according to a company statement.
Lyft, whose drivers affix fluorescent pink mustaches to the front of their cars, also announced it is lowering its prices by 10 percent, marking the second price cut this month.
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The Army private convicted of funneling intelligence secrets to whistleblowing website WikiLeaks can legally change her name to Chelsea Elizabeth Manning, a judge ruled Wednesday.