Top 5 Data-Driven Mobile Services for a Competitive Edge


The mobile data market has been approaching saturation in major industrialized nations. Mobile data consumption has increased steadily over the past several years, but consumers have found new ways to avoid paying extra for services they don’t need or use — and intense competition among mobile carriers has allowed consumers to switch from fixed-data to unlimited plans and pay less in the process. Operators increasingly have been turning to targeted data-driven services in order to drive higher data usage and find new monetization strategies.

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Drones are using artificial intelligence to protect Australian beachgoers from sharks

Drones are harnessing artificial intelligence to detect sharks approaching Australian beaches.

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iOS 11 will make it impossible for cops to force you to unlock your phone

The rollout of iOS 11 is fast approaching, and with the beta version of the new update already in the hands of many testers we were bound to discover things that Apple had kept secret.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/08/22/ios-11-will-make-it-impossible-for-cops-to-force-to-unlock-your-phone.html

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Weaponized drone swarms will meet their match with this 60-kilowatt laser

Drones, whether alone or in groups, are difficult to spot when approaching, tough to follow on radar, and cannot be easily shot down using conventional weapons. To combat this potential threat, Lockheed Martin is developing a laser-based weapon that’ll blow such drones out of the sky.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/06/23/weaponized-drone-swarms-will-meet-their-match-with-this-60-kilowatt-laser.html

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This week on AppleInsider: March event rumors, streaming TV on 'hold,' Smart Battery Case hoopla & more

Article Image Even with the Christmas break rapidly approaching, news actually picked up this week thanks to new releases, a possible Apple Watch event in March, and the company giving up on launching a streaming TV service — at least for the time being.

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Apple Watch carried codename 'Gizmo,' former Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch spearheaded software

With the retail launch of the Apple Watch fast approaching, tidbits on the development of the highly anticipated device continue to come to light, including the fact that former Adobe executive Kevin Lynch was responsible for software development.



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TMSC announces lithography milestone as EUV moves closer to production

TSMC-ASML
Extreme ultraviolet lithography is finally approaching commercial viability thanks to sustained power output of nearly 100W over a 24 hour period. There’s a great deal of work yet to do, but this particular milestone is critical.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/199782-tmsc-announces-lithography-milestone-as-euv-moves-closer-to-production

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Job listing offers glimpse at advanced medical research being conducted by Apple

With the launch of the health- and fitness-focused Apple Watch fast approaching, Apple continues to bolster its internal research teams focused on analyzing the human body, representing a new and different direction for the tech giant.



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iPhone 6 hardware specs and design: The final leaks and rumors rounded up

iPhone 5S (left) vs. iPhone 6 (right)
With its release date soon approaching, the usual bevy of iPhone 6 design and hardware leaks are flowing thick and fast. With the pressure on Apple to innovate in the mobile space, and Android (and Samsung) continuing to steal away market share, the iPhone 6 will need to be seriously impressive on multiple fronts — which could be difficult, considering this may be the first iPhone designed without help from Steve Jobs. As usual, there’s an utterly insane number of iPhone 6 hardware and design rumors, spanning everything from multiple screen sizes (up to 5.5 inches!) to close integration with an upcoming (and still unannounced) iWatch smartwatch.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/182290-iphone-6-design-and-hardware-rumors-we-sift-through-the-chaff-so-you-dont-have-to

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iPhone 6 hardware specs and design: We sift through the rumors, so you don’t have to

iPhone 6 concept render
With its release date soon approaching, the usual bevy of iPhone 6 design and hardware leaks are flowing thick and fast. With the pressure on Apple to innovate in the mobile space, and Android (and Samsung) continuing to steal away market share, the iPhone 6 will need to be seriously impressive on multiple fronts — which could be difficult, considering this may be the first iPhone designed without help from Steve Jobs. As usual, there’s an utterly insane number of iPhone 6 hardware and design rumors, spanning everything from multiple screen sizes (up to 5.5 inches!) to close integration with an upcoming (and still unannounced) iWatch smartwatch.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/182290-iphone-6-design-and-hardware-rumors-we-sift-through-the-chaff-so-you-dont-have-to

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iPhone 6 hardware specs and design rumors: We sift through the chaff, so you don’t have to

iPhone 6 concept render
With its release date soon approaching, the usual bevy of iPhone 6 design and hardware leaks are flowing thick and fast. With the pressure on Apple to innovate in the mobile space, and Android (and Samsung) continuing to steal away market share, the iPhone 6 will need to be seriously impressive on multiple fronts — which could be difficult, considering this may be the first iPhone designed without help from Steve Jobs. As usual, there’s an utterly insane number of iPhone 6 hardware and design rumors, spanning everything from multiple screen sizes (up to 5.5 inches!) to close integration with an upcoming (and still unannounced) iWatch smartwatch.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/182290-iphone-6-design-and-hardware-rumors-we-sift-through-the-chaff-so-you-dont-have-to

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