A robot banker who can pull you out of your overdraft sounds like the premise of a – dull, admittedly – sci-fi story, but Chip promises that it’s here right now. Continue Reading
Facebook has launched a new Marketplace feature which enables users to buy and sell items with others nearby. Continue Reading
A hack on Yahoo in 2013 may have led to one billion users having their data stolen, according to the company today.
It was hard to know what to make of Clips at launch. Sure, Apple launches its own standalone apps from time to time, but it’s never offered up anything quite like this. For Apple, Clips is another play at mobile video editing — a dead simple solution for those who don’t have the time, skill set or desire to fiddle with Final Cut or even iMovie. Continue Reading
It won’t arrive in the App Store until next month, but Apple’s already offering up a preview of its new mobile video app. The company is positioning Clips as a halfway mark between iMovie and Memories (the slideshow feature in Camera) in terms of usability, but the Snapchat and Instagram Stories comparisons are going to prove pretty difficult to avoid on this one. Continue Reading
You’re probably reading this on a device that’s connected to Wi-Fi. Whether it’s a laptop, a phone, a tablet or anything else connected to the internet.
But for something that we all use every single day and spend endless hours searching for codes for, we really don’t know much about it. Continue Reading
Samsung Pay users around the world will soon be able to use the service to buy items online. The company announced today that it has signed a deal with Mastercard to use Masterpass, a digital payment system already supported by hundreds of thousands of online retailers in 33 countries, starting early next year. In addition to buying goods online, users in the US will also be able to use Samsung Pay for in-app purchases, and find money-off discounts for local stores from November, as Samsung makes its payment service more of a fully featured online wallet.