Lyft will reportedly let your pre-order rides up to 24 hours in advance


Ridesharing apps have generally made hailing a cab much more convenient, but sometimes you just need to arrange for a cab in advance. A report by the Financial Times indicates Lyft is beating Uber to the punch with the ability to schedule rides up to 24 hour in advance. Both Lyft and Uber had previously shut down the idea of scheduled rides, claiming they were inefficient. They could take potential drivers off the roads waiting for scheduled customers, and people are prone to changing their minds. It seems Lyft was the one to change its mind though; it will begin testing the feature…

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24 hours of the new iPhone 6S launch: Follow live

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For Apple fans, nothing is bigger than iPhone launch day.

Every year, lining up at stores for the new iPhone is a major event for the Apple faithful. And this year’s release of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus is no exception.

But the mold has changed. While people still line up, an iPhone launch in 2015 looks a lot different than it did in 2007. Mashable will be reporting ’round the clock from Sydney, Singapore, London, New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles to capture the glorious anticipation. Read more…

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