Progress is generally a highly subjective term. But for those who understand what it is and what it means, the advent of 5G is unequivocally good news. As it develops and grows, the next generation wireless network has the potential… Read More ›
Day: February 11, 2018
Maya Oren wants to dial back her dependence on her smartphone. She plans to do it slowly by getting a new phone — a simple one that doesn’t download apps or take photos or send her notifications. Her new device… Read More ›
Your every move is being tracked. If you didn’t realize it by now, get used to it. Read more at USA Today.
A new study launched at the University of California in San Diego has found that mHealth wearables integrated with an AI platform can detect early signs of diabetes. Read more at mHealth Intelligence.
Are you ready for a ton of new emoji? If not, you better hurry to prepare yourself and your phone. Read more at USA Today.
Amazon has started placing QR code boxes that include its trademark smile logo into magazine advertisements, enabling Amazon mobile app users to scan the “SmileCode” to open Amazon product pages or other content on their phones, an Amazon spokeswoman told Retail… Read More ›
Big news outlets stupidly sold their soul to Facebook. Desperate for the referral traffic Facebook dangled, they spent the past few years jumping through its hoops only to be cut out of the equation. Read more at TechCrunch.
Sure, Apple sold a boatload of iPhones in the holiday quarter and made a mint. But beyond the cash cow that is new iPhone sales, it also revealed how it’s profiting by selling units that don’t have enough room to hold all… Read More ›