Mobile Phones

open up the cruise industry

The cruise industry finds itself in uncertain waters as the global pandemic continues to present uncertain and ever-changing situations. New technology designed to support passenger safety could get the industry back on the water. The introduction of contact tracing apps has made it possible for healthcare professionals to track the …

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Samsung Galaxy user reportedly unlocked phone with cut finger

Being able to bypass a phone’s fingerprint reader with a severed finger raises questions and concerns about the security of these solutions. A Samsung Galaxy A20 user in Spain who lost their fingertip in a crane accident, according to a report, was still able to register and use the cut …

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Call of Duty Warzone could be coming to mobile

COD Mobile has shown quite a bit since its inception in 2019. It has managed to take a rather competitive game and give it a fun arcade twist without taking away that feeling that Call of Duty has. It was fast paced, sometimes brutal, and filled with kids who are …

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Payment innovation is key to closing the financial gender gap

For many of us, it’s easy to overlook the immense impact digital financial services have on our lives. Paying bills digitally or receiving money on a mobile phone is often taken for granted. Yet although more than 100 countries are adopting mobile money services, 1.7 billion people worldwide – most …

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Android Exodus: More and more phone makers could turn to Huawei’s HarmonyOS

When it comes to smartphone operating systems, Android is the big name on campus, with around 87% of all smartphones running Google’s operating system, according to statistics from 2019. However, Android may be. being about to face its biggest threat yet, and we’re not talking about iOS. HarmonyOS, Huawei’s home …

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Huawei’s Harmony operating system could power Oppo, Vivo, and Meizu phones, but you’re unlikely to take advantage of it

Huawei showcased its most anticipated Android replacement by releasing the internal mobile operating system called Harmony OS. The smartphone maker launched the operating system in September 2020 after losing access to the Google service on the official version of Android following the May ban. It is the third largest mobile …

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Telstra Norwood employee sacked for alleged phone fraud

Telstra says she works with clients whose accounts may have been the victims of suspected fraud by a Norwood employee. An employee of the Adelaide Telstra store has been fired and is under police investigation for fraudulently contracting cell phones, the company says. The telecommunications giant told The Advertiser that …

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Tom Clancy’s division is coming to mobile, Ubisoft confirms

Ubisoft announced in a recent presentation that it is integrating Tom Clancy’s The Division with mobile platforms. Presumably in its very early stages of development right now, Ubisoft officially mentioned Tom Clancy’s The Division Mobile without much fanfare in its press note, choosing instead to focus on other developments around …

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Police departments use cars as backdoors to get into phones

The most famous case is the iPhone of the San Bernardino attacker, with the FBI publicly asking Apple to unlock the device and help investigators get past the password screen. Apple refused to do so on national security grounds, explaining that building such a backdoor would end up compromising all …

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Entrepreneurs urged to ‘immediately fire’ drivers using smartphones while driving

Contractors have been urged to ‘immediately fire’ any drivers found using smart phones to record work-related videos taken from the tractor seat for use on social media platforms as concern mounts. the trend of this silage season. The Farm and Forestry Entrepreneurs Association of Ireland (FCI) called on all entrepreneurs …

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