Robin Hood stole from the rich to give to the poor. Or so the folk tale goes. Baiju Bhatt and Vlad Tenev had that idea in mind when they decided to launch their investing app, Robinhood. The app allows anyone… Read More ›
Day: September 17, 2017
When the FCC began collecting data last month for its yearly review of America’s broadband infrastructure, critics were quick to flag questions about how, if at all, to count increasingly popular satellite, mobile and fixed wireless broadband options as part of the… Read More ›
Imagine you’ve been detained at customs, waiting to cross the border. Or maybe you’ve been pulled over for a traffic violation. An officer waves your cellphone at you. “Look at this. Is this yours?” he asks. Read more at The… Read More ›
Snap is bringing “dozens” of college newspapers inside Discover, the section of the app reserved for professionally produced videos and news articles from an exclusive list of Snapchat’s publishing partners. Read more at Recode.
Smartphones can do a lot of things, but you can’t yet buy one that folds. Samsung plans to change that soon. Read more at CNN.
We all know mobile usage is soaring, but how does that translate to real-time analytics? This new interactive infographic from gambling reviews site PlayMobi shows the live usage stats from some of the world’s biggest apps. Read more at Netimperative.
SoloProtect has partnered with Samsung to create and deliver a next generation enterprise-grade wearable solution, the SoloProtect Watch. The smartwatch delivers safety benefits to lone workers who often work outside a traditional office, in the field or in remote or… Read More ›