Mobile Minutes: Bluetooth upgrades; Facebook vs. Snapchat; KFC delivery; New York Wi-Fi expansion
Bluetooth 2016 upgrades will bring faster speeds, longer range and mesh networking
The growing number of connected devices, smartwatches and home appliances has pushed Bluetooth to its limits. That means it’s time for another upgrade to the 21-year-old wireless communication standard.
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Facebook goes after Snapchat with disappearing messages
Facebook is experimenting with disappearing messages, a feature that would directly compete with messaging start-up Snapchat.
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KFC to deliver buckets of fried chicken on demand
Colonel Sanders wants to come to your home: KFC said it will start delivering its buckets of fried chicken to customers in two U.S. cities. It will be the first time the chicken chain has delivered in the United States.
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Wi-Fi now at 37 more subway stations in the Bronx and Manhattan
Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced the expansion of Wi-Fi service to 21 more subway stations in the Bronx and 16 in Manhattan.
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