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Payment Source and Canada Revenue launch In-Person Tax Payments at 6,000 Canada Post outlets 

Payment Source, Canada's premier alternative payment provider, announced an expansion of its relationship with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) that enables Canadians to make tax payments from any of the country's 6,000+ Canada Post locations. Beginning this year, CRA remittance forms for T1 taxes will contain an embedded QR code, powered by Payment Source's Loadhub technology. When scanned, these codes allow Canadians to make their tax payments in-person using cash or debit at any Canada Post location across the country.

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WowWee partners with Quebec's Squeeze Studio to bring Fingerlings animation series to life

WowWee, the toy company behind the wildly popular Fingerlings interactive toy and winner of the 18th Annual Toy of the Year at the New York Toy Fair, has announced their partnership with Quebec studio Squeeze to bring their animals to life in a new animated series. 

According to Denis Doré, Squeeze’s president and cofounder, it was a match made in heaven: “We love bringing life to colourful creatures that spark imagination and have the potential to make an strong impression around the world. We’re extra excited to do it with talented partners who aren’t afraid to innovate. That’s exactly what’s happening with WowWee and their irresistible Fingerlings.

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It’s now easier to join Android Oreo beta program for Essential Phone users

Essential is making it easier for its users to try out Android Oreo in beta before it officially rolls out on its platform. Users previously needed to sideload the update to get it to work. While not an entirely difficult process, it still required some extra steps to get the latest Android update into their phones. But now, the company can send out the update over-the-air. All you need to do is sign up on the company’s website. You’ll just need to provide your email and serial number for the update to head your way within 72 hours. If you own an Essential device and want the latest Android has to offer, now is the time to sign up. Word of caution, though, beta builds aren’t the most stable so be sure you have your important files and apps elsewhere.

Source: 9to5Google


Uber launches Express Pool in the US with cheapest fares yet

Uber seems to be addressing three different problems with the latest option it’s offering in a number of major US cities. It’s a slightly different version of Uber Pool, which lets you hop into an Uber ride that might have at least one other passenger (basically their version of carpooling). Called Uber Express Pool, this option still pairs you with other riders but lightens the load on drivers and assigns a designated pickup spot for both of you. So, instead of having to pick you both up individually, you just head to the pickup point and get picked up there.

As mentioned earlier, it addresses three different concerns. One is drivers who complain that Pool is a lot more work for more or less the same pay. Another is the riders who need the cheapest option possible. And last is the shareholders who want to see the company’s profits go up. At the moment, it’s currently available in big cities like New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago, to name a few.

Source: Android Authority