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PicsArt Expands Silicon Valley Presence in Hiring Former Instagram and Facebook Executive, Eric Edge, to Run Marketing and Communications
[August 28, 2015] - The world's leading mobile creative community, PicsArt , today announces the hire of Instagram's Eric Edge as the VP of Marketing and Communications. Eric joins PicsArt, one of the fastest growing companies in Silicon Valley and backed by Sequoia Capital , in the (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Apple Pay is coming to a food truck near you
A new device that pugs into iPads and iPhones will let mobile and non-traditional retailers accept Apple Pay payments.
[CNN Money]

Allstate Rewards Safe Drivers Through Upgraded Telematics App
Drivers now have even more incentive to drive safely. Drivewise® Mobile – Allstate's award winning smartphone application – now prominently features Allstate Rewards. In addition to saving money on their auto insurance every six months, safe drivers now can use the upgraded app to earn points (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Allstate Rewards Safe Drivers Through Upgraded Telematics App
Drivers now have even more incentive to drive safely. Drivewise® Mobile – Allstate's award winning smartphone application – now prominently features Allstate Rewards. In addition to saving money on their auto insurance every six months, safe drivers now can use the upgraded app to earn points (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

iOS 9 content blocking will transform the mobile web
Over the last few days I've been testing an experimental content blocker called Crystal, which promises to speed up browsing on iOS. I've been particularly impressed by the results and taken aback by how much removing trackers, ads and other scripts makes a difference over a cellular (...)
[OSNews]

Opera launches 'Web on Wheels' Wi-Fi-enabled car
Residents of many cities in India can enjoy exploring the web for free from their mobile phones. Opera Software, makers of the popular Opera Mini mobile browser have launched Web on Wheels (WOW), featuring a specially-equipped WOW car that provides free Wi-Fi access to those in range. Opera (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Opera launches 'Web on Wheels' Wi-Fi-enabled car
Residents of many cities in India can enjoy exploring the web for free from their mobile phones. Opera Software, makers of the popular Opera Mini mobile browser have launched Web on Wheels (WOW), featuring a specially-equipped WOW car that provides free Wi-Fi access to those in range. Opera (...)
[WebWire Telecommunications]

Opera launches 'Web on Wheels' Wi-Fi-enabled car
Residents of many cities in India can enjoy exploring the web for free from their mobile phones. Opera Software, makers of the popular Opera Mini mobile browser have launched Web on Wheels (WOW), featuring a specially-equipped WOW car that provides free Wi-Fi access to those in range. Opera (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

Spotify's chief executive apologises after user backlash over new privacy policy
Music streaming service asks to access contacts, photos and GPS locations from user mobiles as it tries to personalise its service The chief executive of music service Spotify has apologised to users after anger over sweeping changes to its privacy policy that give the company much greater (...)
[The Guardian]

Cellphone data can track infectious diseases
Tracking mobile phone data is often associated with privacy issues, but these vast datasets could be the key to understanding how infectious diseases are spread seasonally, according to a study.
[Science daily]

Il était une ville
Détroit, 2008. Alors que les maisons ne valent plus rien et que les gens s'en vont en les abandonnant, Eugène, un jeune ingénieur français, débarque pour superviser un projet automobile. Au même moment, l'inspecteur Brown enquête sur la disparition du petit Charlie, qui a grandi dans l'un de ses (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

What's so special about Samsung Pay?
Samsung launches its mobile wallet service Samsung Pay, boasting that it will work with more payment terminals than Apple's rival facility.
[BBC]

What's so special about Samsung Pay?
Samsung launches its mobile wallet service Samsung Pay, boasting that it will work with more payment terminals than Apple's rival facility.
[BBC News]

Cell phones help keep track of flu on campus
Personal health and lifestyle data captured through smartphone apps can help identify college students at risk of catching the flu. With help from a mobile app that monitors who students interact with and when, researchers have developed a model that enables them to predict the spread of (...)
[Science daily]

Stagefright 2: all versions of Android since 2010 hit by privacy-busting flaw
Security researchers warn that privacy of victims may be at risk from hackers running their own code on mobile devices – and a patch is not yet available Stagefright, the hugely widespread Android vulnerability which Google finally patched in early August, is back for a second go. Security (...)
[The Guardian]

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