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Apple Watch to Replace Everyday Functions Like Car Keys, Appliances and More

Wednesday, April 8th, 2015

Could the Apple Watch Replace Car Keys? According to CEO, Tim Cook, that’s one of the functions of the Apple Watch. One of the functions of Apple Watch, is that it is designed to replace traditional car keys as well as most modern cards used by the security systems of automobiles. Cook’s words have jump-started […]

Square Ditching Square Order

Monday, March 16th, 2015

Square is shutting down Square Order, its service that allowed customers to order items from a store before they arrived. The service launched last year on Valentine’s Day and was used initially in Uniqlo stores as a way for customers to purchase last-minute Valentine’s Day gifts. Sergio Cortes has learned that, later on, Square made […]

Time Warner and Comcast Cable Score at the Bottom for Customer Satisfaction

Tuesday, December 30th, 2014

Many have known that Time Warner Cable and Comcast have been trying to merge to become the biggest Internet service provider(ISP) in the United States. Thanks to the results of a new survey of customers, we know that if their merger attempts succeed this single entity will be the most unpopular company in the country. The […]

Apple Partners with New Restaurant App to Make Payment Easier

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

ChowNow is an exciting new app that has new been merge with Apple Pay. ChowNow is a company that makes apps for restaurants that allow them to take orders from their websites and Facebook pages. The company is using Apple Pay technology with all of it’s apps. When using ChowNow, customers no longer have the […]

Saving Items Electronically May Help Your Brain

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

It has become almost common knowledge that sometimes saving things such as photos, and relying on photos and other saved information to inform our memories can actually make us forget the event. We come to rely on the information that we have saved instead of our own memories. However, recent studies have show that there […]

Why Scientists Dread Smarter Programs

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

Stephen Hawking, Britain’s pre-eminent scientist, is almost entirely paralysed and communicates with the help of a robot. Even though he contributes to the technological development and depends himself on computers for the daily life, he announced that he believes that a further advancement in intelligent technologies would be potentially dangerous.  What he considers not welcomed are […]