Male Snubbing Ride-Sharing Service Postpones Launch


Chariot for Women, a ride-sharing service that excludes males 13 and older, reportedly has postponed its launch to sometime this summer due to heavier-than-anticipated demand. The company originally had planned to debut the service in Boston next week. Chariot for Women is open to all women, including transgender women. Children, including boys under the age of 13, also may ride. The premise for the gender-restricted service is pretty straightforward: Disturbing stories about Uber drivers abound.

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Apple's subscription TV service might not debut at WWDC

Apple has postponed plans to reveal a rumored over-the-top streaming television service at WWDC due to disagreements with networks relating to content licensing and backend technological requirements, according to a report on Monday.



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