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Researchers at the University of Puget Sound have found that people who use mobile payment methods such as Apple Pay and Google Pay are more likely to spend excessive amounts of money.

Is it time to drop Apple Pay? People who use mobile payments are more likely to overestimate, the study shows

Is it time to drop Apple Pay? People who use mobile payments are more likely to overestimate, the study shows Researchers analyzed the spending behavior of 21,457 American adults Mobile payment users are 34% more likely to spend more than an annual income They were also 31% more likely to have difficulty paying bills and …

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Nothing Phone (1) preview: a radical reinterpretation of mobile technology

Nothing admitted that we would be working on the phone in March this year, with a scheduled launch date sometime during the summer of 2022. The London-based start-up is based on a bold ambition to change our relationship with technology, or “technology production.” fun again ”, rather than the embodiment of the reigning corporate omnipotence, …

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Motorola launches a 200-megapixel camera phone as the Razr rises

Motorola could have not one, but two very interesting smartphones that will be launched in China next month. The company teased first in a Weibo post that promises to be one of the first phones in the world with a 200 megapixel camera. A third-generation folding Razr could also join it. Motorola’s general manager Shen …

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Mobile device security: cyber security in 2022

Doros Hadjizenonos, Regional Director for South Africa, Fortinet The Work From Anywhere (WFA) model has expanded significantly in recent weeks in South Africa, as burden reduction forces remote workers to seek energy from many sources, in malls and cafes, which means they can switch mobile phones, tablets and laptops across any number of potentially unsecured …

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Apex Legends Mobile: The best legends in Apex Legends Mobile and their capabilities 91mobiles.com

After several months of testing, Apex Legends Mobile was finally launched on Android and iOS devices. What makes Apex Legends Mobile very different from other battle royal shooters, such as BGMI and Free Fire Max, is the wide list of characters called Legends. Each legend comes with a unique set of abilities that offer tactical …

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Technical corner: Choose your 5G phone under Rs 20,000

Express intelligence service With the introduction of 5G technology around the corner, mobile phone manufacturers are trying to take advantage of this opportunity. Almost every mobile phone manufacturer in the country is aggressively marketing 5G-enabled devices in different price segments to attract customers. The maximum launch these days takes place in the middle segment or …

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Spark plans to upgrade its telephone booth network in New Zealand

Spark plans to upgrade its New Zealand public telephone box network as soon as current technology reaches the end of its life. Spark phone booth (file image). (Source: 1News) The company will also try to withdraw unused booths over several years as its hardware will be scrapped. “Telephone booths became part of Spark during our …

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China’s Xiaomi still sells the most smartphones in India – Tech Wire Asia

Xiaomi still sells the most smartphones in India. (Photo: Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP) The Chinese giant is the number one smartphone shipment in India for the 18th consecutive quarter, accounting for about 23% of the country’s total phone shipments. Xiaomi’s overseas markets accounted for 51% of the company’s total revenue in the first quarter, with …

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