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Monday
Feb182019

Money On The Go - Mobile Banking Grows More Popular

A 2018 study found that 44% of Canadians use their mobile banking apps to make transactions and/or check account balances. With nearly half of the population firmly joining the digital banking revolution, it’s now clear that this technology is here to stay. In recent years, more established financial institutions allow users to transfer money online in a matter of seconds. With money going mobile, newer, more efficient banking technology seems to be on the horizon for consumers. 

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Monday
Feb182019

Apple reportedly hoping to launch a 16-inch MacBook Pro

Apple might make a supersized MacBook Pro for professionals or students wanting a maximum sized portable Mac along with a 31-inch 6K monitor. There's a contingent of users who have been desiring both these products and it sounds as if Apple is open to generating more profit via diversified product lines.

Apple used to make a 17-inch MacBook Pro which many users lovingly referred to as the 'cafeteria tray' but a new 16-inch model will likely be thinner, lighter and with a much improved Retina Display. Following industry trends with bezel-less and edge-to-edge panels, Apple could give users 'a 17-inch laptop in a 15 or 16-inch body. This would be an ideal portable for coders,professional photographers, video editors and anyone wanting a big Mac laptop.

Source: Engadget

Monday
Feb182019

OnePlus adds Google Duo integration into OxygenOS Phone app

OnePlus has done its best to keep its devices as close to stock Android as possible. One of the newest features the company is introducing is a deeper integration of Google Duo into the Phone app. Google has this integration in the Pixel dialer, but since OnePlus uses its own app, the company decided to add its own take on the feature. As of OxygenOS 9.0.12 on the OnePlus 6T and OxygenOS 9.0.4 on the OnePlus 6, 5, and 5T, there will be a video button visible alongside names in your contacts as well as in the call log. OnePlus 3 and 3T will be getting the feature once the Android Pie update reaches these devices.

The inclusion came about because of the users' request. The company did a survey with OnePlus users in India and found that Google Duo ranked highest in terms of video call quality. The traditional carrier video calling feature will remain available through the option “Contact > Select contact > See all > Choose video call."

Source: Phandroid

Monday
Feb182019

Apple bolsters smart home initiative with former CEO of failed smart lock startup

Sam Jadallah used to lead Otto, a smart lock company that went belly up. They tried to sell a US$700 smart lock, but that premium device didn't reach the market. Jadallah claims a mystery buyer pulled out of the deal at the last minute. Now, he will be leading what looks like a new smart home initiative at Apple. A rather unexpected move, but it looks like Apple wants to give its smart home segment another try. Apple and Jadallah haven’t commented on the report about his hire, but he has confirmed that he’s joined the team.

Source: The Verge

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