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United Airlines adds passport scanning to iOS, Android apps for international flights

United Airlines is testing passport scanning in its mobile apps for iOS and Android devices. The app now lets passengers on international flights scan their passports directly from their phones, to procure a boarding pass.

Look out Mercedes: Cadillac’s Elmiraj-inspired LTS flagship is coming to the 2015 NY Auto Show

The Cadillac LTS is a flagship sedan that will complete the brand's comeback and, hopefully, banish all memories of the DTS. It will reportedly debut at the 2015 New York Auto Show next April.
Android Army

iPhone makes gains in United States, hits 42 percent market share

According to statistics released by research firm comScore, Android continues to hold the number one spot in the United States. Meanwhile, iOS is nipping at its heels, with Windows Phone and BlackBerry very distant competitors.

Fleksy opens beta for Arabic and Chinese keyboards

Fleksy introduced the Arabic and Chinese keyboard betas on Thursday. The company also showed off a video demo of typing in Chinese with Fleksy as well as few images of its iOS 8 keyboard app.
Movies & TV

Cowabunga! Watch some elevator beatboxing in new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles clip

In the latest clip from director Jonathan Liebesman's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the team engages in some elevator beatboxing before taking on Shredder.

Tourist crashes drone into popular Yellowstone hot spring

A tourist has crashed a camera drone into the Grand Prismatic Spring, one of the world's largest and a popular attraction at Yellowstone National Park. The incident could potentially damage the spring.

First drive: 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe

The 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe is not only one of the best-looking cars on the road for under $60,000; it’s also one of the most mobile-friendly, too. In terms of driving dynamics, though, it’s still bested by its German rivals.
DT Daily

DT Daily: China gov’t bans Apple products, 1.5 billion accounts hacked, Push for Pizza app 2:46

Today on DT Daily: China nixes government use of some Apple products, hackers harvest over a billion passwords and ordering pizza just got a whole lot easier. Bloomberg News is reporting that the Chinese government has taken ten…

Wikimedia refuses claim to delete a selfie taken by a monkey

Potentially a case for the legal system, a British wildlife photographer is in a dispute with the owners of Wikipedia over the validity of a copyright on a picture that was taken by a primate.

Following Uber, Lyft intros carpooling feature called Lyft Line

In an attempt to help reduce travel costs as well as decrease the number of cars on the road, Lyft Line is a new feature of the Lyft service that encourages strangers to carpool for a discount on the trip.
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Lenovo Flex 2 15 Review

Lenovo Flex 2 15 review.