Google Reportedly Plans to Fingerprint ID to Android M

4:47 PM, May. 21st, 2015 · · iPad

Google Reportedly Plans to Fingerprint ID to Android M

Google will be adding native fingerprint authentication to the next version of Android, Android M, according to Buzzfeed. Without citing sources, the publication said the feature would allow users to login to their many Google services with a fingerprint. The company will reportedly announce the feature during next week's Google I/O developer conference.

Kinkoo 40W 6-Port High Speed Charger: $35

3:51 PM, May. 19th, 2015 · · iPad

Kinkoo 40W 6-Port High Speed Charger: $35

If you have a lot of devices in your household, we have a deal for you: the Kinkoo 40W 6-Port High Speed Charger. As the name suggests, it has six charging USB ports, each of them designed to deliver maximum charging power to your mobile devices. It's designed to handle U.S. and international power from the wall, and it's certified CE, FCC and RoHS. Through our deal you can get the Kinkoo for $35.

Apple Hypes iPad with New “Change Everything” Campaign

10:44 AM, May. 7th, 2015 · · iPad

Apple's latest iPad marketing campaign, "Change Everything," is live and highlights how it can play a role in your personal and business life. The campaign shows iPads enhancing family life, education, and business, and also highlights apps to help you do more with your tablet.

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Apple routinely changes up its iPad marketing campaign as it works to boost sales. Considering the company reported lower iPad figures during its Q2 earnings report, the "Change Everything" campaign is right on schedule.

Amazon PrimeNow Offers One Hour Delivery, Here’s How it Works

5:00 PM, May. 2nd, 2015 · · iPad

Amazon PrimeNow

Amazon has instituted a new service called PrimeNow that is available in some parts of the country. Austin, Texas being one of them. PrimeNow allows you to order products for delivery within the hour or in selected time slots. It was a bit rough setting it up, but the results were surprisingly good.

Japan Postal Workers Team with Apple, IBM to Monitor the Elderly

10:33 AM, Apr. 30th, 2015 · · iPad

Apple and IBM are partnering with Japan's postal service to help monitor the welfare of elderly people in the country by using iPads. The partnership will enhance Japan's service where postal workers check in on elderly people along their routes by using iPads running IBM software.

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People are living longer, which means caring for our elderly population is becoming more important. Assuming the partnership with Japan Post, Apple, and IBM proves successful, the iPad could become a big part of that in Japan and other countries, too.