Distracted driving is any activity, such as grooming, eating or texting - the most common diversion - that takes a driver's attention off the road. "The message is out, and people know that distracted driving is risky", said Dr. Drivers who are ticketed for this violation can be fined $150 for a first offense, $300 for a second offense and $500 for third and subsequent offenses.
The service is available to all users around the world from today and you can get it by visiting mobile. twitter .com on your smartphone or tablet. According to the company, it worked with Google on the "progressive web app" to build it. It prevents Twitter Lite from loading images in the feed and only shows a blurred preview. In this mode, users see a preview of images and videos before choosing which ones to fully load.
From now on, creators won't be able to turn on monetization until they hit 10,000 lifetime views on their channel. Alphabet Inc's YouTube said on Thursday it would place ads on videos only if they reach 10,000 views as it tries to weed out channels that make money by stealing content from other sources.
Victims' faces were ripped off when the the former sushi chef killed 14 by detonating a bomb on a crowded metro train in theRussian city on Monday. "While I entrust all those who are tragically deceased to the mercy of God, I express my spiritual closeness to their loved ones and to all those who are suffering because of this dramatic event" he said.
Comcast claimed savings of as much as $576 annually for a hypothetical customer named "Frank" who uses 4.2 GB per month in comparison with a typical competitive offering. So far, Comcast has run limited employee trials of the mobile plan, and today, those tests will expand to the company's entire employee base. It will also use Comcast's 16 million Wi-Fi hot spots, allowing customers to switch automatically onto Wi-Fi from 4G LTE.
The resource, similar to previous efforts around privacy and security, is basically a notification that pops up for a few days. Facebook says that it's open to paying fact-checkers if that's what it takes to fight fake news. She praised the company for seeking help from outside experts, including academics, researchers and nonprofit journalism organizations. Mosseri said most of the false news content on Facebook is from spammers trying to seek a profit and not, for example, ...