Mobile Minutes: Apple Pay’s overseas growth; WhatsApp’s emoji flaw; Doctors on social media; Smart kitchen appliances
Apple Pay seeks growth in Asia, Europe after slow U.S. adoption
After a sluggish start in the U.S. since its debut more than a year ago, Apple Pay is ramping up in markets where people are more comfortable with so- called contactless payments.
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A WhatsApp bug crashes the app using just smiley emojis
A fatal flaw has been discovered in WhatsApp that could be exploited by those with a lot of time on their hands to crash the popular messaging app. All it takes is 4,000 smiley emojis to orchestrate its downfall.
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Doctors reach out through social media
Despite national debate on whether doctors should use social media, some physicians are forging ahead, using platforms such as Twitter to interact with colleagues, expand their knowledge and even connect with patients.
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Is this Bluetooth-enabled smart coffee maker worth $2,500?
What makes this Saeco different from other models is that it comes with a Bluetooth radio and its own app that you can download on iOS or an Android tablet and phone.
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