All of the hype surrounding this month’s planned debut of Apple Pay belies this reality: Most people just aren’t interested in turning their cell phones into virtual wallets.
AT&T settled a lawsuit that alleged it billed customers for third-party subscription services they never asked for in a practice called cramming.
This money-tracking app keeps tabs on income and expenses while helping you stick to a budget.
That $199 price Apple CEO Tim Cook proudly announces every year for the latest and greatest iPhone every year doesn’t include lots of stuff: larger monthly payments to pay off the remaining cost of the phone, all the data that phone is going to gobble up — or the hundreds you may spend repairing it.
If there’s one piece of technology that’s most strongly identified with the millennial generation, it’s the smartphone. At any gathering of 20-somethings, you’re likely to see faces buried in phones, or arms extended to take a selfie or Instagram video. New research conducted by Zogby and commissioned by Mitek Systems, a mobile technology company that
This stock-rating app can efficiently provide basic information on potential investments, but that’s about it.
The release of Apple’s iOS 8 won’t be a happy occasion for everyone. The new operating system locks older phones out, and could slow down newer ones.
A customized lock screen on your phone may not seem like a big deal, but it could help ensure a lost phone makes it home — or you that you do.
With its new mobile wallet, the tech giant hopes to succeed where others have failed — getting Americans excited about paying with their phones.
If the iPhone 6 does include mobile wallet capabilities, it could be a shot in the arm for a technology that so far has failed to hit the mainstream.