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Google Maps rolls out directions centered on docked bikeshare journeys in Chicago, New York, and more

Google Maps rolls out directions centered on docked bikeshare journeys in Chicago, New York, and more

More people are discovering what they can do with a bicycle as the transportation picture shifts during the coronavirus pandemic. Google Maps reported a 69% increase in requests for bicycling directions since February and is handling record high demand. So, in response to this demand, it is patching up a hole in its offerings by introducing biking directions centered on journeys with docked bikeshare systems.

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What We Use, 2016 Edition: The Stuff Cameron Can't Live Without

What We Use, 2016 Edition: The Stuff Cameron Can't Live Without

In 2012, we started a series called "What We Use," where we, the AP staff, talked about the stuff that we can't live without. It started off as something where we just discussed our Android devices and computers, but last year we took that a step further (at Artem's request, no less) and discussed a lot more than that, basically covering everything that we love in our lives. The most important stuff to us, as people.

It's been over a year since my last WWU post, and you probably know what that means: time for a new one. I actually really enjoy writing these posts, and I hope you enjoy reading it.

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Ubisoft Brings Trials Frontier Out Of Limited Beta, Releases It Into The Play Store For Everyone

Ubisoft Brings Trials Frontier Out Of Limited Beta, Releases It Into The Play Store For Everyone

Ubisoft's Trials series has been hitting the track for years now, challenging players to perform fantastical tricks atop their motorbikes while hurtling through the air. The franchise has typically stuck to PCs as Java and flash games, but later versions have made the jump to consoles. Now the first mobile release has exited limited geo beta and is now available for all.

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The game's challenge derives from its off the wall physics-based tracks, as navigating them alone can be difficult enough without the pressure of building up high scores. Riders are encouraged to explore the world, upgrading their bikes in the process.

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