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Lyft rolls into 50 more U.S. cities to take the fight to Uber

Lyft rolls into 50 more U.S. cities to take the fight to Uber The major multi-city launch took place on Thursday and comes a month after Lyft landed in another 40 cities throughout the country.This means that only two months into 2017, the San Francisco-based company is already close to reaching its year-end target of 100 new cities, a figure that’ll take its total count to around 300.

India's financial capital is also its richest city and home to its wealthiest man

India's financial capital is also its richest city and home to its wealthiest man Mumbai, India's financial capital and also home to its richest man, is the country's wealthiest city ahead of national capital Delhi and the IT city of Bangalore — also known as India's Silicon Valley.According to the New World Wealth report, Mumbai is home to 46,000 millionaires and 28 billionaires along with a total wealth of $820 billion.

AT&T and GE are working together to make our cities smarter

AT&T and GE are working together to make our cities smarter AT&T and GE are working together to monitor and mic up our cities.With this connectivity, AT&T and GE hope that cities and their denizens will be able to better operate, communicate, and meet one another’s needs.

The state with the most polluted cities probably won't surprise you

The state with the most polluted cities probably won't surprise you The state owns the majority of the United States's top 10 most polluted cities, no matter how you slice the data.By short-term particle pollution, California owns six of the worst 10 cities.

A French presidential candidate is using his ‘hologram’ to reach more voters

A French presidential candidate is using his ‘hologram’ to reach more voters Take French presidential candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon.” Another said it was “cool and crazy to imagine Jean-Luc Melenchon was in Dijon and six other cities at the same time.

China is weighing dust on streets to determine if the cleaners did a good enough job

China is weighing dust on streets to determine if the cleaners did a good enough job City inspectors have started weighing dirt found on the street, in order to determine how good a job the cleaners are doing.Inspectors draw out a random square meter on the street, and sweep up the dust within, placing it on a weighing scale.