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Apple Patents Touch ID 'Panic Mode' for Instant Access to Emergency Services

Apple Patents Touch ID 'Panic Mode' for Instant Access to Emergency Services | Internet Presence | Scoop.it

“The United States Patent and Trademark Office today published a patent application initially filed by Apple in May of 2014, describing a method for users to designate a specific finger to unlock an iPhone with using Touch ID, which would then cause the iPhone to enter a "panic mode" (via Business Insider). The mode could then tell the iPhone to completely lock down, limiting access to personal data if a user is being forced to unlock their iPhone.
Currently, Apple allows users to enter up to five different fingerprints to unlock an iPhone, so users would just have to designate which is the "emergency" print in the Touch ID settings menu. Apple's patent describes a situation in which a thief attempts to rob someone's iPhone from them to gain access to their personal and private data stored within, and the user being robbed quickly placing the panic mode finger on Touch ID so the thief can't access any data. Read more: click image or tittle.




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Another creative #patent from #Apple.

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Funny-Looking Coat Turns Away Spying Electronic Eyes

Funny-Looking Coat Turns Away Spying Electronic Eyes | Internet Presence | Scoop.it
The newest in surveillance-blocking technology is also the coziest.

If you always wanted Harry Potter's invisibility cloak but wished it was a bit comfier, your wish may have come true.

Austrian architecture firm Coop-Himmelblau has designed a Snuggie-like piece of clothing that jams the wearer's phone, effectively rendering him invisible. The Jammer Coat shields the phone from wireless signals, so the device becomes undetectable to things like search engines or tracking software, and there's no way for anyone to pull credit card information.

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Via Thomas Faltin
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The problem with this is that your body is inside a Faraday's cage, it should 'breathe' energy, which is cut off for yourself too.

Why not just turning off your phone when you don't want to be detected?

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What Brands and Marketers Need To Know About Mobile Consumers | Marketing Agency

What Brands and Marketers Need To Know About Mobile Consumers | Marketing Agency | Internet Presence | Scoop.it

The rapid growth in the usage of smartphones devices in most parts of the world is having an impact on consumers and businesses too. Smartphones and tablets are increasingly influencing how the consumers are shopping, making buying decisions and engaging with brands. The decision to purchase is now influenced by content that users generate and others read, for example reviews, and social media peer opinions.
According to eMarketer, up to one third of consumers in North America and Western Europe use their mobile devices to access social media at least once in a month in 2012. Today more than 50% of all the people on Twitter and Facebook are accessing these social platforms using their mobile devices.

The rise of the mobile consumers (90% of the world population has access to a mobile network) is increasingly blurring the sheer differences between online and offline trade. Many marketers and brands are already experiencing this shift as consumers choose to assess a brand and their...

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Mobile is the new global experience. I have witnessed this in many emerging countries. Don't underestimate.

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Steps For Protecting Your Smartphone Data

Steps For Protecting Your Smartphone Data | Internet Presence | Scoop.it
We keep a lot of important information on our phones. Gone are the days when we used our cell phones strictly for communication; in this modern age, our smartphones are now mobile computers. And that means we rely on them more and more for a range of different tasks that are interconnected with our lives, including banking, investing, storage of personal information, photography and videography, and more. Put simply, losing a phone now is a far greater deal than it used to be.To read the full article, click on the title.Get your Free Business Plan Template here: http://bit.ly/1aKy7km
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How to Write Content That Engages Mobile Readers

How to Write Content That Engages Mobile Readers | Internet Presence | Scoop.it
Google’s new emphasis on mobile-friendly search results doesn’t require just good mobile design, it requires great mobile copywriting–Content Marketing Institute.

You’ve got a responsive site with a kick-ass mobile design. You’re ready for Google’s “mobilegeddon,” right?

Wrong.

With all the excitement over Google’s upcoming mobile-friendly search-results update, marketers are neglecting one of the most critical features: copywriting.

Those focusing too much on mobile usability are giving short shrift to mobile copywriting. Content marketers must understand how and why mobile content matters, and how to create content that mobile readers will love.

Mobile copywriting. It’s a thing.

Smashing Magazine makes the provocative point that “you may be losing users if responsive web design is your only mobile strategy.” The Smashing contributor makes the point that under-the-hood coding is an integral part of the equation. I agree.

I would take his argument in a new direction. You also need to know how to write for mobile users.

How do you create mobile-optimized copy? Following are six critical lessons in the pursuit of better mobile content.

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Copywriting evolves as the internet evolves. Writing for mobile changes your style and the way you make your point. How to become a better copywriter? Check out a few tips from Neil Patel.

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50 Incredible Wi-Fi Tech Statistics !

50 Incredible Wi-Fi Tech Statistics ! | Internet Presence | Scoop.it

Here are 50 incredible wi-fi tech statistics that every businesses must know ... 



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Really take a look at this Slideshare, INCREDIBLE numbers.

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Fouad Bendris's curator insight, April 5, 2014 11:35 AM

Everything you wanted to know about Wi-Fi but you do not realize yet ;()

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"The Need For Speed" is now a daily game
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Mobile Banking Apps: Are We Really Safe?

Mobile Banking Apps: Are We Really Safe? | Internet Presence | Scoop.it
I am in love with smartphone applications or just simply "apps" as most--if not all--of us refer it to. With the development these apps had for the past couple of years, it's safe to say that they simply make our everyday lives easier.

There’s even this one radio ad that i heard before claiming that these days, “there’s always an app for everything”.

Well, thinking about it, i think it is true.  A lot of companies from all parts of the world of all sorts these days have created mobile apps crafted for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry users designed for them to reach their customers easier in different ways. One example are Banks. Banks from all over the world created smartphone apps to let their customers check their balance or perform whatever banking transaction they need to just like paying bills, as long as these actions are available with the web version of their Bank’s eBanking services.

Yes, it is very convenient. But, the question is: Are we really that willing to entrust the safety of our hard earned money into these mobile applications our banks are offering when we hardly know how safe it was developed...

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Lots of detailed information on how security breaches happen. Take your precautions.

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