Friday, July 17, 2015

MC2 Post 2037 Looks like Apple likes the Ad slogan "What's in Your Wallet?"







Apple's NEW Patent on on how Much money is 
in your bank account ???


Apple patents tech that checks your bank account to target ads

A new Apple patent reveals a way to show you ads on your iPhone of things that you can actually afford, based on how much money you have available in the bank.

Filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) last year, the patent describes a system that targets "advertising of goods and services to users of mobile terminals, based for example on the users' profile."

"The common profile of users may be based on the amount of pre-paid credit available to each user," the patent says.















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Recap: Tesla unveils new features for Model S
 
July 17, 2015


Tesla’s Chief Executive Elon Musk unveiled three new options for its Model S sedan and provided brief updates on Tesla’s next two cars. The company will offer an upgraded 90 kWh battery in the Model S for $3,000, drop the price for a single-motor Model S to $70,000, and upgrade the Model S to “ludicrous mode,” which allows for 0-to-60 acceleration in 2.8 seconds. 



In the call, Musk also said Tesla’s next car, the Model X SUV, is on track for deliveries in two months and the Model 3, the planned mass-market car, in a bit more than two years.







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Report: Apple and Samsung in talks to adopt e-SIM technology


The Financial Times reports that Samsung and Apple are both in talks with the GSMA, the mobile telecom telecom industry association, to begin employing electronic SIM cards in their mobile devices. Electronic SIMs (or e-SIMs) differ from their physical predecessors in that they don't lock users into a specific carrier network and would allow them to switch any device between an network instantly. So, remember how when the iPhone debuted, it was only available on AT&T? That won't happen with e-SIMs -- any phone, tablet or network-enabled gadget will work with any carrier that supports the technology.

But while the association is confident that a "common architecture" will eventually be adopted by the entire industry, we're still at least a year away from actually seeing a device with these cards. "With the majority of operators on board," Anne Bouverot, chief executive of the GSMA, told Financial Times.








 






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