Mastercard’s latest credit card comes with a biometric zone that stores your fingerprints.
Mastercard has rolled out a credit card that has an integrated fingerprint scanner, making it easier to authenticate purchases at retail stores. The card stores two fingerprints, and features an embedded sensor that lets you authorize payments instead of having to sign or use a PIN.
To get started, you’ll have to register your fingerprints at your bank, after which the information will [Read More…]
If you’re looking for yet another task manager application and use Microsoft’s Office 365 you might want to check out the new To-Do beta app.
Think of it as a Wunderlist replacement that also makes suggestions for you. It actually comes from the developers of Wunderlist and uses a sorting algorithm to determine what’s important for you to do today or what you missed yesterday. A video is worth a thousand words here, [Read More…]
The 9.7-inch premium tablet is made of glass and metal and features last year’s favorite mobile processor. It’s also the first tablet in years to have an S Pen.
It’s not the flagship we typically expect from Samsung around this time of year, but it’s a Samsung debut nonetheless. The company has just introduced the Galaxy Tab S3, a 9.7-inch Android tablet that’s the successor to the well-received Galaxy Tab S2.
The Galaxy Tab S3 runs on [Read More…]
Verizon has announced a 2GB plan that will be added to its prepaid offerings. This plan includes unlimited talk and text, plus 2GB of Always-On Data, which swaps overage charges for throttling after a customer reaches their data limit. Additionally, unlimited international texting to over 200 countries is included, as well as carryover data for those who don’t always use their full allotment.
Verizon’s prepaid offerings also include a 5GB plan for $ 50 and 10GB for $ 70. A talk and [Read More…]
Quick Charge is now compliant with USB-C.
Qualcomm’s Quick Charge is the world’s leading fast charging standard with over 100 compatible phones and over 300 accessories. With the mobile industry moving away from microUSB to the more versatile USB-C standard, Qualcomm is rolling out Quick Charge 4.0, which supports USB-C and USB-PD (Power Delivery).
The latter is a significant addition. In the latest Android Compatibility Definition Document, Google has strongly recommended manufacturers wean away from [Read More…]
Xiaomi fans were not only treated to one pleasant surprise today but two. The Chinese device maker unveiled a beautiful high-end phablet, the Mi Note 2 but also had a concept to show off at their live event in Beijing. Actually, it’s much more than a concept, since the phone will be made available for
Google has added group plans to it’s popular Project Fi wireless provider service. This means that you can easily add a line to your existing plan for a flat monthly rate, and no change in other pricing otherwise. Project Fi only charges you for the data you use, at $ 10 per GB per month on
Facebook has been busy today with new feature announcements. Facebook Marketplace, a new e-commerce feature hitting mobile devices today, as well as a new version of Facebook Messenger for lower powered devices. Facebook Marketplace: Facebook Marketplace is a new feature coming to iOS and Android today that aims to be a less sketchy version of
Qualcomm is taking the wraps off their latest imaging product today, and the new Clear Sight system promises “astonishing results that mimic human vision.”
We’ve seen dual-camera setups on phones before, and Qualcomm has been at the front of the pack with phones like the LG G5 and its excellent dual camera configuration. Today’s news promises to improve the next generation to make things even better. Clear Sight will use two camera lenses — one color [Read More…]