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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Tickets’

Google: Driverless Car Tickets Should Come Our Way

What in the hell happens when one of Google’s driverless cars gets pulled over and handed a ticket? I say ‘when’ because it’s actually never happened. Though Google’s self-driving vehicles have now logged over 700,000 miles, the Mountain View Police Department has never issued a citation. A Sergeant with the PD recently hold The Atlantic that Google’s autonomous vehicles have …

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Groupon Now Officially Owns Ticket Monster (Formerly Of LivingSocial)

Groupon announced an agreement to acquire LivingSocial’s Ticket Monster when it reported its Q3 earnings in November. On Friday, Groupon announced that it has closed the acquisition. Groupon paid $260 million in cash and stock for the Korean ticketing company. More specifically, that’s $100 million in cash and $160 million in Groupon Class A common stock for Groupon rival LivingSocial. …

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Disneyland, Disney World Tickets Hit By Price Hike

Disneyland is a place where dreams come true, but those dreams are now seeing a price hike. Disney announced over the weekend that ticket prices for Disneyland and California Adventure will go up by $5. That translates to $92 for a one-day adult ticket, and $87 for a one-day child’s ticket. Prices at Disney World also went up. It’s not …

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Facebook Tests ‘Buy Tickets’ Option for Events [UPDATED]

It appears that Facebook may be dipping its toes into the tickets game – just ever so slightly. Israeli social media firm Blink first spotted a new “Buy Tickets” option appearing on some events. The button links users to a third-party website, however, so Facebook hasn’t begun to process ticket payments or anything. Although users have to leave Facebook for …

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noPhoto Wants to Stick It to the Man, One Avoided Traffic Cam Ticket at a Time

Freedom, security, and privacy. Those are some pretty weighty concepts to be used in the discussion of license plate technology. But that’s what noLimits Enterprises says it can give drivers all across the country with its new product, noPhoto. “The noPhoto isn’t just freedom; it’s a decidedly American version of freedom. It’s a microprocessor controlled, 100% made in the USA, …

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StubHub Launched In The UK

eBay launched StubHub, its secondary ticketing service, in the United Kingdom today. This marks the first international expansion for StubHub. The company is positioning it as an attept to “shake up the UK ticketing market”. The company will sell tickets to various music, sporting and entertainment events, just as it does in the US. “The UK has an incredibly rich …

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