Uber banned from Italy, Google said to pay women less than men
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An Italian court has blocked Uber from operating int he country, ruling that ridesharing constitutes unfair competition.
According to Reuters, the ruling stems from a lawsuit filed by taxi groups Uber Italy said it was shocked by the decision and plans to appeal.
The company has previously faced banishment from other countries, including Brazil, Germany, and India.
The US Department of Labor has accused Google of systematically paying its female employees less than it pays men.
In a federal hearing related to a lawsuit filed by the department.
D.O.L Regional Director Janet Whipper testified that the department found systemic compensation disparities against woman pretty much across the entire work force.
Google denied the allegation.
As part of a required system software update, the XBox One home button will no longer take you straight to the home screen.
Instead you'll be taken to a side bar called the Guide, which provides quick access to some apps.
To access the traditional home screen after the update, you'll need to press A two more times.
Microsoft say the change is to improve overall performance.
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