Mobile Minutes: Facebook gets more emotive; Samsung Pay; Stress relieving app; IPhone 7
Facebook’s Like button set to get more emotive
Like it or not, Facebook Inc’s trademark “Like” button is set to get more expressive. The social network said on Thursday it is launching a pilot test of “Reactions”, which will allow users to express a range of emotions including love, happiness, anger and sadness.
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Samsung says personal payment information not at risk
Samsung Electronics Co. said Thursday that the personal payment information of users of its mobile payment system wasn’t compromised despite a reported hacking incident at LoopPay, a U.S.-based startup it bought earlier this year.
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Beautiful new app is like a stress-relieving lava lamp
I’m stressed. I just spent an hour sitting on the Los Angeles freeway trying to make my flight, which I made—just barely—by being the jerk who jumps the security line.
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IPhone 7 rumors: Apple Inc. patent points to wireless charging through speaker coil, taptic engine
Apple’s future iPhones may come with the ability to wirelessly recharge the battery. But instead of using separate hardware to support the tech, the company proposes using one part to play double duty as a speaker or other components.
Read more on International Business Times