Archive | October 2017

MasterCard has finally realized that signatures are obsolete and stupid | Fast Company

For years, credit card companies have relied on an illegible squiggly line as the frontline of defense against credit card fraud. Customers are forced to use a pen (how retro!) to scrawl their signature on bills at restaurants and sign digitally at cash registers–as if somehow in the age of chips, PINs, biometrics, and online … Continue reading “MasterCard has finally realized that signatures are obsolete and stupid”

Source: MasterCard has finally realized that signatures are obs | Fast Company

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The Beginning of the End of Traditional Telcom Companies ??

 

Alphabet Closer to Using Balloons for Telecom in Puerto Rico | WIRED

Alphabet wins FCC approval to deploy Project Loon balloons to restore telecom service on storm-battered island.

Source: Alphabet Closer to Using Balloons for Telecom in Puerto Rico | WIRED

Google Has New Earbuds That Translates 40 Languages

In November with $157

Google just announced a new addition to their device family, Pixel Buds, and one of the earbuds’ new features is the ability to live-translate 40 languages.

Source: Google Has New Earbuds That Translates 40 Languages