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Alternative Mobile Payment Options To Check Out If You Don’t Have Apple Pay, Google Wallet, or Samsung Pay

Alternative Mobile Payment Options To Check Out If You Don’t Have Apple Pay, Google Wallet, or Samsung Pay

by Staff on Thursday, March 05, 2015

Mobile payment systems are gaining traction today, especially with the high profile release of Apple Pay, the near field communications (NFC) based system that Apple developed and released late last year. Since then, we have seen lots of retailers, banking institutions, credit card companies, and soon, even vending machines, gas pumps, and federal agencies support Apple Pay.

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Apple Scores 25 Percent Market Share In Chinese Urban Areas

Apple Scores 25 Percent Market Share In Chinese Urban Areas

by Staff on Wednesday, March 04, 2015

China, particularly its urban areas, make up the biggest smartphone market in the world today. And it appears that Apple has managed to capture a quarter of all smartphone sales in that market.

 

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BlackBerry Unveils The Leap, Its Latest Touchscreen Phone

BlackBerry Unveils The Leap, Its Latest Touchscreen Phone

by Staff on Tuesday, March 03, 2015

It appears that BlackBerry is back to making touchscreen smartphones again. It recently introduced the Leap, a touchscreen device that the company hopes will attract users, especially those who are startup founders or those that belong to the young demographic.

 

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Samsung’s Own Mobile Payment System To Challenge Apple Pay Soon

Samsung’s Own Mobile Payment System To Challenge Apple Pay Soon

by Staff on Monday, March 02, 2015

It was bound to happen. Apple Pay may have ignited the mobile payment system revolution when it launched last year, but there was no doubt that some other player will challenge its dominance.

 

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Introducing Phhhoto: An iOS App That Creates Moving Pictures

Introducing Phhhoto: An iOS App That Creates Moving Pictures

by Staff on Friday, February 27, 2015

The free iOS app Phhhoto is far from being just your regular photo or video mobile app. That is because it doesn't just snap static, individual photos. Instead, this mobile app takes a series of pictures and stitches them up together to form a moving, animated picture that loops.

 

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Aside From The Apple Watch, What Other New Products Might Apple Unveil In Its March 9 Event?

Aside From The Apple Watch, What Other New Products Might Apple Unveil In Its March 9 Event?

by Staff on Thursday, February 26, 2015

Apple has already sent out invitations for its March 9th event to be held in the city of San Francisco. Apple's "Spring Forward" event (as indicated on the invites) will likely have a "time" theme, and having said that, the company is expected to divulge more information about the Apple Watch, including further details about pricing and availability.

 

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What to Expect from Samsung Unpacked 2015

What to Expect from Samsung Unpacked 2015

by Christine Torralba on Thursday, February 26, 2015

Over the last few weeks, details of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 model have been leaked to the public. Based on the leaked information, the new S6 model is believed to feature minimal bloatware, a metallic/glass chassis, and even a Sony IMX240 camera sensor. There are even some that believe a curved-screen variant, called the Galaxy S6 Edge, will be released.

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FCC Adopts Net Neutrality Rules

FCC Adopts Net Neutrality Rules

by Yael Kent on Thursday, February 26, 2015

Ever since its existence, the internet has been labeled as free and open. Anyone can gain access to the internet for a nominal fee, or visit locations that provide free WiFi, and the internet up until now has been unregulated for the most part. Lately, there has been a lot of controversy regarding whether this will change.

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Google Play Music Expands Its Storage Limit To 50,000 Songs

Google Play Music Expands Its Storage Limit To 50,000 Songs

by Staff on Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Google has announced that users can now upload 50,000 songs to their Google Play Music accounts at no charge. Previously, users can only upload up to 20,000 songs, but now, the tech giant has expanded Google Play Music's storage limit by more than twice that size.

 

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Net Neutrality: What You Need To Know

Net Neutrality: What You Need To Know

by Staff on Tuesday, February 24, 2015

The Federal Communications Commission, which is led by Tom Wheeler (appointed by President Barack Obama two years ago in 2013), will be voting this week on critical Internet regulations after one year of intense deliberation. 

 

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