Motorola foldable smartphone tech could prove revolutionary

Motorola Foldable Smartphone - Motorola Smartphones

Motorola has been granted a USPTO patent. On June 14th, 2018, the mobile communications company was granted a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for its upcoming Motorola foldable smartphone. The patent is called “Method to recover permeant set in foldable display,” according to a LetsGoDigital report. Motorola has reportedly figured out how to improve upon flexible OLED displays. Whether you like the idea of a Motorola foldable smartphone or not, chances are that these devices will be the future. Of course, it’s not just Motorola…

Read More

Trend Micro QR Scanner improves QR code scan security

Trend Micro QR Scanner - Hand - Mobile Phone - Block Dangerous Site

Android users can safely scan quick response codes. The newly launched Trend Micro QR Scanner, enables Android users to scan QR codes safely and easily. It has been designed to provide the highest quality URL safety checks on every code a user scans. The free QR scanner app helps to protect mobile devices from malicious content. Scanning QR codes is a fast and easy process, which is one of the reasons why quick response codes have grown in popularity over the years. However, this doesn’t mean that every one of…

Read More

Sound activated AR Lens Launched by Budweiser for World Cup 2018

Sound Activated AR Lens - Budweiser World Cup 2010 Game

The limited edition augmented reality lens will be available to Snapchat users. This week, in partnership with Snapchat, Budweiser will unveil multiple AR (augmented reality) lenses, filters and vertical video ads, including the world`s first sound activated AR lens. Part of Budweiser`s marketing strategy for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, this new technology launched on June 18th to coincide with England`s first match against Tunisia. The unique AR tech is for Snapchat users aged 18 and up. The sound activated AR lens is designed to respond in real-time to the…

Read More

Beat Fever mobile game successfully connects fans and music artists

Beat Fever drives players to music streaming services - Apple Music on smartphone

The mobile game is driving millions to music streaming services Beat Fever is a relatively new music-based mobile game app that helps to bring music artists closer to their fans. It has successfully driven millions of streams to music streaming services including Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube and others. The music game has dramatically boosted music streaming. It is not uncommon for music from popular artists to be used in games for consoles, mobile and tablets. That being said, in most cases, fans rarely engage with the music they hear outside…

Read More

World Cup travelers warned their mobile devices are at a security risk

World Cup Travelers - Cybersecurity warning - flaming soccer ball - football

The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off with a cyber security warning. Top U.S. counterintelligence official, William Evanina, is officially advising American World Cup travelers heading to Russia for FIFA 2018 to leave their mobile phones and other electronic devices at home, as there is a possibility they could be hacked by the Russian government or cybercriminals, reported Reuters. Any data on an electronic device can be hacked. It does not matter what electronic device World Cup travelers take with them to Russia. Any data, especially personal identification information, on…

Read More

Students in India benefit from QR codes in textbooks

QR Codes for Textbooks - School Textbooks

Digital content is being viewed by hundreds of students thanks to quick response codes. Schools reopened across the Indian state of Tamil Nadu on June 1 and data has shown that students are keen on using the QR codes included in the revamped syllabus for the new textbooks for Classes I, VI and IX, reported The Hindu. The new access to digital content is hosted on DIKSHA. The online content accessed via QR codes within the textbooks is hosted on the national digital platform of the Ministry of Human Resource…

Read More

Ocutrx receives first U.S. medical patent for its AR glasses

AR Glasses - Medical tech for vision - eyes

USPTO gives thumbs up to the California-based companies Augmented Reality (AR) medical application technology. Ocutrx Vision Technologies, LLC announced that their AR glasses, the Oculenz, has been given its first medical patent by the Unite States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for restoring functional sight to patients who have visual field defects. The Oculenz is the first of its kind. “The Oculenz is the first ground-breaking technology to offer a solution for advanced central visual defects in patients with retinal disease,” stated Dr. Thomas Finley, M.D. in the Ocutrx press…

Read More

Special walking lane created for the heads-down tribe in China

Heads-down tribe walking path - Zone area marked for walking - pink sneaker

A new pedestrian lane has been created for cell phone users in a Chinese shopping mall. This new path added to the outside of the Bairui Plaza has been specifically created for the heads-down tribe; a nickname for pedestrians who constantly have their heads down with their eyes glued to their mobile phone as they walk and text, use apps, watch videos, etc. Over 65,000 pedestrians are killed each year in China. The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 68,000 pedestrians are killed every year in China. With an increasing…

Read More

Facebook software bug makes private posts public

Facebook Software Bug - Social Media - Facebook logo

As many as 14 million Facebook users were effected in May. Due to a recently discovered Facebook software bug, up to 14 million users may have posted private information to the public between May 18th and 22nd, said the social media giant. Even users who had previously selected a more restricted sharing option were effected. The Facebook software bug reportedly set posts to be shared with “everyone,” even if a user had selected stricter account privacy settings in regard to who can see their posts. After the glitch was discovered…

Read More

First-ever mobile shopping game show launched by Gravy

Mobile Shopping Game Show - Man on Phone - mobile phone users

Participants compete for discounts on new and innovative products. Live media company, Gravy, has launched the very first mobile shopping game show. A high-energy and interactive live show, audiences can watch and compete for new and interesting products discounted from 30 – 70% off. The live mobile game show also raises money for charity. The show is available via an iOS mobile app and is live every night at 8:30pm ET. Each mobile shopping game show features a new product presented in a unique price-dropping game format, according to a…

Read More

New Set of Best Subject Lines for Cold Emailing

email marketing

The Remail team prepares recipes of perfect cold emails and today they talk about subject lines. The Remail team has created a list of the top subject lines for cold emailing! Their research was based on the own experience and the market studies. Now every email marketer can benefit from the list of samples and hacks for better campaigns. The subject line is important in every outreach as this is the first thing the person sees when gets the email. So it directly affects the open rates and the effectiveness…

Read More