Google says its new technology gives wireless users coverage by “intelligently connecting you to the fastest available network” — whether its Wi-Fi or one of the LTE networks for Sprint or T-Mobile.
Viewswagen, an in-car advertising company, hopes to drive that market as the unofficial in-car ad provider for on-demand Uber and Lyft entrepreneurs.
Gas-brand cards’ carry high APRs, restrictions on payouts and complex rules that negate the impact of the average 4 percent return on rewards.
Google is about to launch what’s being dubbed by some as “MobileGeddon” — a shakeup of search rankings for bloggers, business owners and professionals who highly regard search-engine optimization.
Discover Wednesday officially launched its new Freeze It security feature, becoming the first major credit card issuer to provide such functionality on mobile devices and online.
The Apple Watch, which does mostly what your latest iPhone does, was pre-ordered by 957,000 people, who spent an average of $503.83.
It’s getting crazy competitive in the wireless provider business, where customer service and flexible smartphone plans are intensifying, and consumers seem to be benefiting.
Now Amazon.com, the Web’s dominant seller of products of all types, has sued three websites alleging that they are peddling fake reviews to sellers, which ends up deceiving consumers with glowing, paid-for evaluations.
These sites were “designed to trick consumers into believing that independent news outlets and independent customers, rather than paid advertisers, had reviewed and endorsed LeanSpa’s products,” the FTC said.
“He or she is demanding a wider-than-ever choice of healthy, unprocessed fruits, vegetables, meat, and fish—as well as more organics and local produce.”