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Worldwide Wearables Market Saw Triple-Digit Growth Last Quarter

The world of wearables is a vastly expanding ecosystem. That’s according to a new IDC report. And Apple is helping to drive that growth in a very tangible way. In its first appearance in the wearables market, Apple finds itself within striking distance of the established market leader, Fitbit. According to the International Data Corporation […]

Trusted Lets Parents Book Vetted Babysitters At The Last Minute

Trusted is launching a new service for parents in search of high-quality babysitters — particularly parents who need to find someone ASAP. CEO Anand Iyer compared the startup’s approach to the recently launched senior care service Honor. When you’re looking for a babysitters, Trusted lets you browse the available providers and book them from within the mobile app… Read More

Checking Out? Hilton’s App Now Lets You Grab An Uber

Hilton and Uber announced a partnership today to let hotel guests grab a ride from anywhere they are staying in the world on the hotel’s HHonors app. Ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are not an uncommon site alongside taxis at the front entrance of hotels these days. Show More Summary

Samsung Preps Apple News Rival In Europe, Inks Axel Springer Deal

Samsung has inked a strategic partnership with European media giant Axel Springer. The pair said they will work together on “digital media offerings exclusively for Samsung customers”, saying they will develop a range of “creative new services” to be brought to market “in 2016 and beyond”. Read More

Local Search Marketing Leader Launches Brand Optimization Service

BusinessCreator, Inc. — a provider of local search marketing across mobile and social, is lifting the veil on what’s new. The company tells us that they’re launching Brand Optimization, a service to expand a business’s online visibility. Show More Summary

From Google+, Hangouts & WiFi — Google Revamps its Social Experience

The following is guest contributed post by Deidre Bakker-Riches, owner of a boutique marketing firm and consultancy, Twlv31 Marketing, and the Head of Communications for Las Vegas advertising agency, Up All Day Creative Solutions (originally published by Mobile Leaders Alliance). It was June 2011 when Google unveiled its latest product — a new social endeavor […]

Does Apple need an iPhone 6c?

September is just around the corner, and speculation is flooding in as to what the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will look like. While this occupies many minds, I believe what – If anything – happens to the iPhone 5c will make more of a difference to Apple as 2016 approaches. Show More Summary

Motorola is going to unveil the next-gen Moto 360 on September 8

The second-generation Moto 360 has been leaked extensively over the last few weeks, with Motorola's upcoming smartwatch expected to offer more customization options when compared to its predecessor. It looks like Motorola will unveil the smartwatch on September 8, according to an image shared by Lenovo on Weibo.

PayPal Launches PayPal.Me, A Simpler Way To Request Money Using Your Own Personalized URL

PayPal today is launching a new take on peer-to-peer payments with the debut of a platform it’s calling PayPal.Me. For the first time, PayPal customers will be able to set up their own user profiles which are associated with a personalized URL (e.g. Show More Summary

PayPal makes it even easier to call in your debts

While PayPal has made its name (and serious money) helping people pay for their online and in-store purchases, sending cash to friends or family takes a little bit longer than it needs to. That's why the company created the Venmo app, but that's only available to US users. Show More Summary

Name Honor's new smartwatch and you'll receive future products for free until 2020

Honor wants you to name the company's new wearable (previously known as the HonorBandZero), and as a reward you'll receive five year's worth of Honor gear. That's right, for supplying a name for the wearable, you could be in line to receive all future Honor products until 2020.

Samsung's Gear S2 Runs Tizen and Can Make Calls

Samsung's latest wearable features a circular shape, rotating bezel, and the ability to make phone calls independent from a smartphone. The device comes in two basic models: the Gear S2 has a simpler, more modern look, while the Gear S2 Classic has a more traditional appearance. Show More Summary

You can now spend £30 on each transaction using Apple Pay in the UK

Should you reside in the UK, you'll now be able to spend at most £30 on each transaction using Apple Pay, as well as contactless cards. The limit for these types of payments was previously set to £20. Unfortunately, this new increase will require merchants to upgrade their terminals that are restricted to the £20 limitation. Show More Summary

Indian regulator investigates Google over manipulation of search results

Prominent internet companies in India, such as Flipkart and MakeMyTrip, along with global giants Facebook, Microsoft and HERE have raised concerns over Google's manipulation of search results, alleging that the search engine was ranking its own properties as well as its ad partners above its rivals.

Samsung's Gear S2 is a classy Tizen watch with a rotating bezel

Remember that time Samsung teased a new smartwatch after unveiling some phones we knew were coming? You should! This was seriously only two weeks ago, guys. Anyway, Samsung is finally talking specifics about the watch -- known as the Gear S2 -- ahead of the murky mobile maelstrom brewing in Berlin right now. Show More Summary

More Apple TV Rumors: Motion Controls Limited, but Bluetooth Controller Support a Main Focus for Gamers

Just last Friday the Apple world was abuzz over the latest rumor for the (rumored) new Apple TV which is (rumored) to be unveiled at Apple's September 9th media event. That rumor, from TechCrunch, stated that the revamped remote control for the new Apple TV would include multi-axis motion detection similar to a Nintendo Wii

AT&T pushes 'Stagefright' update to LG G4

The LG G4 on AT&T is next up for a fix for the "Stagefright" exploit. An over-the-air update is now pushing out to the smartphone with "device security improvements" listed as the only change. According to AT&T's support page, the update clocks in at 46.7MB large. Show More Summary

GoPro wants you to make short videos on your action camera

So you want to put your latest action camera footage on Instagram or Vine, but you'd rather not transfer the entire video to your computer or phone just to produce a seconds-long highlight. What to do? As of today, GoPro has an easy answer. Show More Summary

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