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Wheels: High-Tech Collision Warnings, No Matter How Smart Your Car Is

By CHRISTOPHER JENSEN

“This can be a great way to get the safety benefit of crash-avoidance technology at a reduced cost compared to a new car,” said the author of a safety study.

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How to Declutter and Speed Up Your Phone

By THORIN KLOSOWSKI

If your phone is feeling a little laggy, here are some tips to clear out old apps and other things that may be slowing it down.

Tesla and Elon Musk Are Given Week to Reach Accord With S.E.C.

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

The adversaries told a judge they were working to resolve a dispute over Mr. Musk’s statements on financial prospects. Regulators had sought a contempt citation.

How to Declutter and Speed Up Your Phone

By THORIN KLOSOWSKI

If your phone is feeling a little laggy, here are some tips to clear out old apps and other things that may be slowing it down.

Travel Tips: How to Make Friends While Traveling Solo

By ARIC JENKINS

Even in the best cases, traveling alone can get lonely. Here’s how to connect safely with the people you meet along the way.

How Climate Became Germany’s New Culture War

By ANNA SAUERBREY

For years, migration tore the country apart. Now it’s the environment.

Tech Fix: Uber vs. Lyft: Which Ride-Hailing App Is Better?

By BRIAN X. CHEN

Here’s a comprehensive comparison of the two services to help you choose your go-to app for hitching rides.

Tech Fix: Uber vs. Lyft: Which Ride-Hailing App Is Better?

By BRIAN X. CHEN

Here’s a comprehensive comparison of the two services to help you choose your go-to app for hitching rides.

Why You Can No Longer Get Lost in the Crowd

By WOODROW HARTZOG and EVAN SELINGER

Once, it was easy to be obscure. Technology has ended that.

Tech Fix: Uber vs. Lyft: Which Ride-Hailing App Is Better?

By BRIAN X. CHEN

Here’s a comprehensive comparison of the two services to help you choose your go-to app for hitching rides.

Tech Fix: Uber vs. Lyft: Which Ride-Hailing App Is Better?

By BRIAN X. CHEN

Here’s a comprehensive comparison of the two services to help you choose your go-to app for hitching rides.

Eleven Sports and Onefootball create in-app PPV football experience

By Robert Briel

Eleven Sports has partnered with digital football platform, Onefootball, for the launch of the first in-app, pay-per-view live streaming football offer.

Fans in the UK and Ireland can now purchase and watch any LaLiga match carried by Eleven Sports for £2.99 (€3.49 in Ireland) on a pay-per-view basis via the Onefootball app.

Plans are also in development for the Onefootball pay-per-view option to be rolled out for Serie C matches in Italy, before the model is launched in other Eleven Sports markets from the 2019/20 season onwards.

“Fans worldwide are seeking more flexible ways to watch live sport. Our pioneering partnership with Onefootball enables us to cater for those needs, while also broadening our reach to a wider fan base,” said Danny Menken, Eleven Sports Group Managing Director.

“This international partnership ensures Eleven Sports continues to lead the way in offering innovative viewing solutions for fans, following our platform agnostic model that means our content is widely available at a very reasonable cost.

“We can also leverage Onefootball’s intelligence on their significant global user base which can be easily targeted through direct and personalised in-app marketing. We are excited to launch this offer with Onefootball in the UK and Ireland before rolling it out in our other markets worldwide.”

Lucas von Cranach, Founder and CEO, Onefootball, added: “Modern football fans are challenging the status quo. They want to be empowered to consume live content in a more flexible, easily accessible way.

“Eleven Sports and Onefootball share the same vision how live football should be brought to the fans today. We are thrilled about this partnership.

“Offering live streaming as part of the Onefootball app is the next big step in our platform evolution.”

Eleven Sports and Onefootball create in-app PPV football experience

By Robert Briel

Eleven Sports has partnered with digital football platform, Onefootball, for the launch of the first in-app, pay-per-view live streaming football offer.

Fans in the UK and Ireland can now purchase and watch any LaLiga match carried by Eleven Sports for £2.99 (€3.49 in Ireland) on a pay-per-view basis via the Onefootball app.

Plans are also in development for the Onefootball pay-per-view option to be rolled out for Serie C matches in Italy, before the model is launched in other Eleven Sports markets from the 2019/20 season onwards.

“Fans worldwide are seeking more flexible ways to watch live sport. Our pioneering partnership with Onefootball enables us to cater for those needs, while also broadening our reach to a wider fan base,” said Danny Menken, Eleven Sports Group Managing Director.

“This international partnership ensures Eleven Sports continues to lead the way in offering innovative viewing solutions for fans, following our platform agnostic model that means our content is widely available at a very reasonable cost.

“We can also leverage Onefootball’s intelligence on their significant global user base which can be easily targeted through direct and personalised in-app marketing. We are excited to launch this offer with Onefootball in the UK and Ireland before rolling it out in our other markets worldwide.”

Lucas von Cranach, Founder and CEO, Onefootball, added: “Modern football fans are challenging the status quo. They want to be empowered to consume live content in a more flexible, easily accessible way.

“Eleven Sports and Onefootball share the same vision how live football should be brought to the fans today. We are thrilled about this partnership.

“Offering live streaming as part of the Onefootball app is the next big step in our platform evolution.”

Eleven Sports and Onefootball create in-app PPV football experience

By Robert Briel

Eleven Sports has partnered with digital football platform, Onefootball, for the launch of the first in-app, pay-per-view live streaming football offer.

Fans in the UK and Ireland can now purchase and watch any LaLiga match carried by Eleven Sports for £2.99 (€3.49 in Ireland) on a pay-per-view basis via the Onefootball app.

Plans are also in development for the Onefootball pay-per-view option to be rolled out for Serie C matches in Italy, before the model is launched in other Eleven Sports markets from the 2019/20 season onwards.

“Fans worldwide are seeking more flexible ways to watch live sport. Our pioneering partnership with Onefootball enables us to cater for those needs, while also broadening our reach to a wider fan base,” said Danny Menken, Eleven Sports Group Managing Director.

“This international partnership ensures Eleven Sports continues to lead the way in offering innovative viewing solutions for fans, following our platform agnostic model that means our content is widely available at a very reasonable cost.

“We can also leverage Onefootball’s intelligence on their significant global user base which can be easily targeted through direct and personalised in-app marketing. We are excited to launch this offer with Onefootball in the UK and Ireland before rolling it out in our other markets worldwide.”

Lucas von Cranach, Founder and CEO, Onefootball, added: “Modern football fans are challenging the status quo. They want to be empowered to consume live content in a more flexible, easily accessible way.

“Eleven Sports and Onefootball share the same vision how live football should be brought to the fans today. We are thrilled about this partnership.

“Offering live streaming as part of the Onefootball app is the next big step in our platform evolution.”

Nissan and Renault Are Rid of Carlos Ghosn. Now, Can They Save Their Partnership?

By BEN DOOLEY and LIZ ALDERMAN

With their former leader in jail, the automakers must figure out how to overcome a fierce corporate pride and work together.

Wheels: High-Tech Collision Warnings, No Matter How Smart Your Car Is

By CHRISTOPHER JENSEN

“This can be a great way to get the safety benefit of crash-avoidance technology at a reduced cost compared to a new car,” said the author of a safety study.

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