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Garmin Incorporates Mobile Payment System into its Wearables

Garmin Incorporates Mobile Payment System into its Wearables

by Staff on Friday, November 17, 2017

Garmin, together with Fit Pay, are announcing that the Garmin Pay mobile payment system has now been integrated into Garmin’s vivoactive 3 smartwatch device.

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FCC Okays New Rules for Combatting Robocalls

FCC Okays New Rules for Combatting Robocalls

by Staff on Thursday, November 16, 2017

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has granted its approval on a new set of regulations that should help in minimizing (or eliminating altogether) robocalls.

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Are We Getting Better At Dealing With Our Mobile Device Addiction?

Are We Getting Better At Dealing With Our Mobile Device Addiction?

by Staff on Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Consulting firm Deloitte had recently conducted a survey on mobile users based in the United States, and just this week, it released the results of its 2017 Global Mobile Consumer Survey.

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Apple Watch Leads Global Shipments of Wearable Devices

Apple Watch Leads Global Shipments of Wearable Devices

by Staff on Tuesday, November 14, 2017

According to a new report recently released by Canalys, Apple has once again found itself as the undisputed king of the world when it comes wearable devices.

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Face ID Reportedly Got Hacked

Face ID Reportedly Got Hacked

by Staff on Monday, November 13, 2017

We actually posed this question more than a couple of weeks ago, and now in light of some recent and very relevant news, we might have to ask it again -- is Face ID safe?

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Chicago is Proposing A Fine Of Up To $500 For People Texting At Crosswalks

Chicago is Proposing A Fine Of Up To $500 For People Texting At Crosswalks

by Staff on Friday, November 10, 2017

As reported by CBS Chicago, two council members in the city of Chicago, Anthony Beale and Edward Burke, are proposing a law that would impose a fine on mobile users who are caught text messaging while traversing crosswalks.

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Appears in: Mobile, smartphone, Smartphones

Apple Wanted to Assist the FBI in Accessing Texas Shooter’s iPhone

Apple Wanted to Assist the FBI in Accessing Texas Shooter’s iPhone

by Staff on Thursday, November 09, 2017

Apple had actually offered to aid the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) with regards to accessing an iPhone unit used by Texas church shooter Devin Patrick Kelley. The tech giant had apparently heard that the agency was having difficulties unlocking the device.

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Report: Third Quarter Smartphone Shipments Reach 39.5 Million Units in the US

Report: Third Quarter Smartphone Shipments Reach 39.5 Million Units in the US

by Staff on Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Strategy Analytics has recently released a new report that says that the volume of smartphone shipments in the United States mobile market has hit 39.5 millio

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Google Search and Google Maps Will Soon Include Restaurant Wait Times

Google Search and Google Maps Will Soon Include Restaurant Wait Times

by Staff on Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Google has recently revealed that it is planning to introduce a new functionality that will have Google Search (and soon, Google Maps) display estimated wait times for restaurants in a specific area.

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Altice Strikes MVNO Agreement with Sprint

Altice Strikes MVNO Agreement with Sprint

by Staff on Monday, November 06, 2017

Not long after it officially announced that it was stopping merger discussions with T-Mobile, Sprint is now revealing that it has forged a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO)

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Appears in: Internet, Mobile, sprint, Wireless

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