Google launches its AI-powered jobs search engine


Google today launched a new jobs search feature right on its search result pages that lets you search for jobs across virtually all of the major online job boards like LinkedIn, Monster, WayUp, DirectEmployers, CareerBuilder and Facebook and others.

With this new feature, is now available in English on desktop and mobile, all you have to type in is a query like “jobs near me,” “writing jobs”

You can also filter jobs by industry, location, when they were posted, and employer.

Google would only show 10 blue links for this type of query now clutters up the new interface with long.

Once you find a job, Google will direct you to the job site to start the actual application process. For jobs that appeared on multiple sites, Google will link you to the one with the most complete job posting.



Do Not Disturb While Driving feature rolls out in Beta


“Do Not Disturb While Driving” mode. Announced in June at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference has finally rolled out in its new beta version.

According to statistics from the U.S. Department of Transportation, 10 percent of fatal crashes, 15 percent of injury crashes and 14 percent of all police-reported motor vehicle traffic crashes were attributed to distracted driving — a blanket term that broadly encompasses cell phone.

Apple’s “Do Not Disturb While Driving” feature isn’t a tool to fully prevent texting or alerts while in a moving vehicle.

The feature, when active, will be able to tell if you’re in a car when your phone is connected to the car’s USB connection or Bluetooth. It will also be able to use the iPhone’s sensors to determine your speed, even if your phone isn’t connected to a car.

But when the car is in motion, anyone else who texts will get an automated response that reads: “I’m driving with Do Not Disturb turned on. I’ll see your message when I get where I’m going.” A second text also gives them a way to break through and get your attention in the case of an emergency by telling them, “If this is urgent, reply ‘urgent’ to send a notification through with your original message.”


Amazon will start selling Nike shoes


Amazon and Nike have partnered to help the apparel maker sell its shoes.

Amazon and may be willing to switch traditional in-store purchases, like shoes, to online ones.

Amazon’s new Prime Wardrobe initiative, too. Announced just yesterday, the Prime Wardrobe program will ship consumers clothes from eligible partners in a resealable return box with a prepaid shipping label.


Uber CEO resigns


Uber’s embattled CEO Travis Kalanick is resigning from the ride-sharing company he helped found in 2009.

The report states that five of Uber’s most prominent investors, including Benchmark, wrote a letter titled “Moving Uber Forward,” which recommended that the CEO step aside immediately. After hours of discussion, Kalanick agreed to resign.

With Kalanick’s resignation, Uber is now missing a CEO. Perhaps most damaging were the numerous reports of sexual harassment and discrimination at the company, which led to an external investigation into complaints that eventually resulted in more than 20 employees being fired.



Intel revealed the Core i9 ship dates


Intel’s announced ship dates for its Core i9 chip family.

E3 show in Los Angeles, Intel said you’ll be able to buy the lower-end 4-core, 8-core, and 10-core Core i9s as soon as next week. The mid-range 12-core Core i9-7920X will be next, shipping in August.

Core i9 family will go on sale in October. Specifically, the 14-core Core i9-7940X, the 16-Core Core i9-7960X, and the 18-core Core i9-7980XE Extreme Edition.




Apple’s latest ad


In Apple’s latest ad for the Memories feature for iOS 10, your iPhone is an old man.

The old man pieces together these memories from the past year of a young, Spanish-speaking mother’s life, including the recent birth of her daughter. She gets the video at the end.

Apple is seemingly saying is that the old man is a metaphor for the iOS Photos AI, which automatically makes curated collections of photos and videos you’ve taken during specific periods


Outlook 2016 for Mac now lets you send emails later, track messages


Microsoft  announced a series of new features coming to its Outlook for Mac 2016 software for Office 365 users, including those that will allow you to schedule your emails, track the message’s delivery, and find out if the email was read, among others.

The new “Send Later” feature in Office for Mac 2016, however, adds a drop-down next to the Send button itself. After clicking on this option, you’re then able to select the date and time you want to send your email, which is saved to your Drafts folder until it’s time.

The Request a Delivery and Read receipts, email templates, and creating calendar events and tasks from emails additions are available today to all Office 365 subscribers.


Spotify now has 140 million users


Spotify has surpassed 140 million monthly active users, the company announced today. Back in March, the service announced it had 50 million paying subscribers, which puts its free user base around 90 million.

Spotify still doesn’t have new licensing deals completed with Sony Music or Warner Music.

The company had an operating loss of $389 million in 2016, according to its annual financial disclosure.

The company will reportedly go with a direct listing instead of an initial public offering.


Facebook and Google have some special to celebrate Father’s Day


Facebook hasn’t opted to roll out a special reaction, but it is providing users with some extras: users can send a personalized card, while Facebook Camera and Messenger each have some new frames that you can superimpose over your images.

Google Photos is also rolling out a feature to let you make a short film using your pictures. It’ll prompt you to pick the images that you want to appear in the video, and it’ll put it together for you.