After erasing itself from the internet, Radiohead has returned with a new song. The dawn chorus is most notable during spring when birds sing at the start of a new day. Radiohead registered a new company called Dawn Chorus, LLP in January, hinting that a new album was about to drop.
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Radiohead gives fans the bird with return to the internet
(Reuters) – Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] said it signed up with online payment platform Alipay to allow Chinese travelers to request and pay for rides using the Alipay app in the over 400 cities the ride-hailing service operates in. Alipay is the online payment platform of Ant Financial Services Group, an affiliate of China's biggest e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. The partnership will allow Chinese travelers to pay for their international rides in yuan using their Alipay accounts, eliminating the need for dual currency credit cards or currency conversions, Uber said. Uber riders have been able to use Alipay to pay for their rides in mainland China since 2014, and Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau since early 2016, Uber said.
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Uber partners with China’s Alipay
Developer Marco Arment designed Instapaper to let him read more, but his more recent apps seem more focused on distracting you less, as the release of the ad-blocking Peace last year shows. Arment's latest app follows this trend — called Quitter, the software can automatically hide or quit apps that you feel are taking up too much of your time, closing them after a set period of inactivity. Users can choose how long they want to wait before the selected software is removed from view, meaning distracting Twitter apps or IM clients can be closed after a minute, or email inboxes after half an hour of not being accessed.
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Instapaper founder’s new Mac app can automatically quit distracting software