What is geofencing? Putting location to work

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Geofencing is a service that triggers an action when a device enters a set location. From coupons and notifications, to engagement features and security alerts — businesses are finding creative ways to use these virtual boundaries.
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Cash For Apps: Make money with android app

MWC18: Where will Apple get 5G iPhone chips?

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Cash For Apps: Make money with android app

‘A Mac, a tablet, and a mobile device’

Can anyone remember when Apple’s Steve Jobs announced the iPhone by its three main functions, “An iPod, a phone and an Internet communicator”? A freshly-disclosed patent application hints the company he founded may have a similar vision for future Apple notebooks.

‘A Mac, a tablet, and a mobile device’

The latest Apple patent worth talking about describes a solution that uses one sheet of glass as a dynamic keyboard and another as the screen of the device.

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Android upgrade downslide: 4 years of damning data in 3 crazy charts

Android upgrades have been a source of frustration for years now — but it’s rare to get a glimpse at just how extensively the various manufacturers’ performance has been degrading over the past few years.

I’ve been tracking Android upgrade progress closely since the platform’s earliest days. Each year, I publish the results in an Android Upgrade Report Card that measures how long different device-makers take to get the most recent major Android OS update onto their current and previous-gen flagship phones (using the first availability of the software in the U.S. as a metric).

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Apple’s next big idea: Private healthcare

Apple has launched a new subsidiary company tasked with providing healthcare clinics to Apple employees: AC Wellness.

Healthy living through technology

According to the AC Wellness website, the company is based at the Apple health center in Cupertino, California, between its original headquarters at Infinite Loop and Apple Park.  

CNBC’s Christina Farr, who broke the news, claims the new primary care clinics will launch in earnest this spring at locations in Santa Clara County.

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IDG Contributor Network: How Xfinity Mobile is doing in wireless

In May of last year Xfinity Mobile entered the wireless marketplace as a competitor. Since that time, everyone is wondering how they are doing. After meeting with them, getting a better understanding of their strategy and seeing their performance, I would say, so far, they are on target. However, their growth strategy is different than you may think.

It’s important to understand the reasons Comcast entered wireless and why they have different goals. They are not taking the same strategy as the top four wireless competitors, namely Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile and Sprint. These four are all competing with each other, trying to win market share in more traditional ways.

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