GM expands Maven car sharing to Toronto

GM has launched its first major international city for its Maven car sharing product. The service is going live in Toronto, Canada’s largest city by population, with rates beginning at $9 per hour which include gas and insurance coverage. The launch follows a prior pilot in the Waterloo region nearby, but Toronto is the first …

How WIRED’s March 2018 Cover With Mark Zuckerberg Was Created

The bruised Mark Zuckerberg on this issue’s cover? That’s a photo-illustration created by Jake Rowland, a New York City–based artist known for his composite portraits. For this image, Rowland mashed together an existing image of Zuckerberg with a photograph of a hired model—made up to look battered—whose features resembled that of the Facebook confounder and …

Presidents Day deals are already here at eBay

Presidents Day, the biggest day for deals in February, isn’t for another week, but eBay already has presidential sales on a wide range of must-have products.  Whether you’re looking for a new 4KTV, iPad, smartwatch or Nest thermostat, these early Presidents Day deals are all aimed at one thing: saving you money.  And just like …

YouTube chief says Logan Paul won’t get the banhammer

Wojcicki is talking about YouTube’s three strikes policy, which states that the platform will terminate creators’ accounts if they get three strikes within a three-month period. According to the Google-owned company’s community guidelines, creators can get strikes if they videos “contain nudity or sexual content, violent or graphic content, harmful or dangerous content, hateful content, …

Amazon laying off hundreds amid hiring spurt

Amazon.com Inc. AMZN, +3.48% is laying off hundreds of workers, even as it continues on a nationwide hiring spree and seeks to build a new headquarters that could generate 50,000 new jobs. The Seattle Times reported Monday that the tech giant was cutting hundreds of jobs at its Seattle, Wash., … social experiment by Livio Acerbo …