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Content Insider #380 - Ask a Kid By Miles Weston Wonder why regularly programmed TV faded so quickly in favor of OTT (Over The Top) viewing and why tablets and smartphones so quickly became the viewing/listening tools of choice? It was your kids (or your neighbor's kids. They fearlessly take on anything - including tricky devices - because they know how things "should be" and they make the hardware, software work for them not within the prescibed guidelines. If you look around at the things you use to stay connected you can sometimes recall there was a time they weren't there but not the Digital Natives. And they're using them in ways - exciting - ways you never thought of. And they've barely opened the door to tomorrow. ...Read More »
A new app lets you track sharks on your smartphone By Clip Syndicate New technology allows you to track the movements of great white sharks as they travel along the central coast. ...Read More »
Warren Sapp --- Paid $600 for Oral Sex, Recorded It ... Cops Say By Clip Syndicate Warren Sapp told police he paid $600 for oral sex from 2 prostitutes ... and recorded one of the sex acts on his cell phone. TMZ Sports broke the story ... Sapp was arrested on Feb 2 in Phoenix for soliciting prostitution following an alleged incident at a hotel. According to the police report, Sapp claims the whole situation came to be ... after he met two women in the hotel bar who claimed to be strippers. ...Read More »
Samsung is Buying LoopPay for Its Own Spin on Apple Pay By Clip Syndicate Samsung is moving into mobile payments in a big way by acquiring LoopPay , a company that lets you pay for things with your phone similar to Apple Pay. LoopPay's technology mimics swiping a traditional credit card when you hold one of its smartphones cases up to a card reader. That gives it the advantage of working in 90 percent of existing payment terminals (or so the company says). ...Read More »
LG G Flex2 Review: This is What the Original Should Have Been By Clip Syndicate Naysayers have been doing their thing since the notion of a curved smartphone made the leap from a nutty concept to bona fide market fad, and they're not going to stop any time soon. Neither are LG and Samsung, for that matter, who squared off in late 2013 with -- what else? -- a pair of curved phones. ...Read More »
LG G Flex 2 Upgrades the Curved Phone, but It's on the Slow Side By Clip Syndicate It looks like curved phones are here to stay. The first curved phones debuted in 2013, a product of flexible displays and the desperation of smartphone manufacturers to differentiate. The LG G Flex was among them. It was also a gigantic underpowered beast of a phone, and although its curved screen could turn heads, it couldn't turn a so-so device into a good one. Now comes the LG G Flex 2, which promises to upgrade the curved phone with better hardware and design that's closer to the mainstream. ...Read More »
Taking BIM to Go By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Building Information Modeling technology enables construction teams to access project files from anywhere, anytime. ...Read More »
Taking BIM to Go By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Building Information Modeling technology enables construction teams to access project files from anywhere, anytime. ...Read More »
Xiaomi Trounced Samsung in China Last Year By Clip Syndicate We've been charting Xiaomi's steady rise in China over the past few years, but the latest stats from IDC make it clear just how far the tiny phone company has come (as well as how far Samsung has fallen). Xiaomi ended up leading China's smartphone market last year with a 12.5 percent share of shipments, while Samsung came in second place with a 12.1 percent share. ...Read More »
BlackBerry Dials Up Second Lawsuit Against Ryan Seacrest's Typo (Exclusive) By Clip Syndicate According to BlackBerry Limited, the second season of Ryan Seacrest's Typo is too much like the first, The once dominant smartphone maker is again suing Typo, alleging in a new complaint filed on Monday in California federal court that its mobile keyboard designs have been "slavishly copied... down to the smallest detail, including the layout of the keyboard itself, the shapes of the keys, and the surface sculpting of the keys. ...Read More »

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