Cricket’s phone payment plans offer consumers some of the most flexible payment options in the industry. Go to any participating cricket site and, if you are qualified and approved, go out with whatever phone you want for as little as $ 19.99 down, plus taxes and fees, and a payment
The hacker collective Anonymous doxes (publishes personal information about) the leader of the Missouri KKK, Frank Ancona, and in a big way. They don’t just give the usual basics – email address, workplace, phone numbers and other contact details. They have posted a lot of personal information and claim to
CUSTOMERS can now pay for in-store purchases using their smartphones, as Starbucks Malaysia recently launched a mobile payment app, applicable at its 171 outlets nationwide. With the Starbucks Card Mobile App, customers are assured of the fastest and most convenient way to pay their Starbucks bill. Simply hold your mobile
SCHOOLS are trying out new technology that could spell the end of cash meal orders, in a pilot-tested world first in Victoria. SCHOOLS are trying new technologies that could spell the end of ordering cash meals. Eight Victorian schools are part of the world’s first pilot project in which parents
If the folks at the NSA really want to access your data, they probably can, but that doesn’t mean you have to make it easy for them. A new service called MaskMe allows you to create new IDs, credit cards and phone numbers that act as a proxy for yours.
Through Devin Dwyer January 31, 2012 (Image credit: Obama for America) The campaign team that launched an iPhone app for volunteer recruiting and efforts to get the vote for President Obama in 2008 came out with a new tool to raise more money in 2012: the Donation App Obama Victory
What recession? Start Bling nation just raised $ 20 million in Series B funding from Balderton Capital for a new mobile phone payment system. This brings the startup’s total funding to $ 33 million since its launch in 2007. Bling Nation’s ambitions are to establish a revolutionary and comprehensive payment
KHARTOUM (Reuters) – If you are in Sudan, it is a “missed call”. In Ethiopia, it is a “miskin” or a “pitiful” call. In other regions of Africa, it is “flashing”, “beep” or in French-speaking regions “beeping”. A man talks on a cell phone on a sidewalk in Khartoum, the