We came across some rumors that China has impacted crypto market and it touched lowest of all time specially some of the major coins such as BTC, ADA, ETH and Doge Coin. That kept many traders very certain about whether to buy or to get rid of holdings and there exactly the test starts, real traders take the best out of dips although its kind of fragile situation where nobody should if they further going to dip or will retrieve just like in June when ETH touched $1900 and now its $3300 and same for the BTC you probably know the lowest it touched ain’t you?Continue reading Its is not dipping anymore at least…
Amazon extending its Amazon Go technology to commercial side for various reasons. What is this technology? Amazon has launched Amazon Go in various retail outlets in US which enhance customer shopping experience explicitly while check out. Long ques have always been an inevitable constraint for shoppers, they tends to change the store just to avoid long ques and delays in check out. Amazon Go addressed customers concern and launched its own stores with cash free check outs. Those stores and outlets allows customers to get the product from shelves and receipt from counter no cash transaction involved in the process. This has result great response from customers side Amazon Go claimed it.
- Amazon opened its first Brick and Mortar in 2015
- Amazon launched its Amazon Go store in Jan 2018
- It will help spreading beyond Retail industry
- Minimize online shopping dependency
- Enhance corporate binding
- enable them to interact with rivals
- Also will lead to cloud Business
Now to extend this across various verticals f the business where Amazon facing entry constraints due to various reasons they have used this tool and revealed to extend this tech in commercial areas such as cinemas, airports and other public places. Cashier less shopping entice customers and enhance trust.
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Apple I Phone 11 Pro, lady gone crazy
The iPhone 11 Pro is a beautiful phone. There I said it! The matte glass back is elegant. The OLED display is slightly brighter than I expected, which is clever. The trypophobia-inducing camera bump is sleeker than it looks in photos, and the ability to zoom in and out is pretty cool. The iPhone 11 Pro is a little faster
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The iPhone 11 is good. Some of its most touted features might feel more like gimmicks, and I definitely miss a few features limited to the pricier Pro. Still, with its brilliant camera and a handful of other new bits, this is a phone you can upgrade to with little of the usual guilt.
This year Apple did away with the confusing branding the marked the last two generations of phones. There’s no oblique letters or weird Arabic versus Roman numeral situation. There’s the iPhone 11, which starts at $700, the slightly smaller $1,000 iPhone 11 Pro, and the slightly larger $1,100 iPhone 11 Pro Max.
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Tech innovation would probably solve one of the most often occurring issues faced by online consumers or online shoppers subscribes to memberships. Unicorn App that will solve online consumers’ greatest ever issue while they tend to shop online. Most of the consumers while shopping online opt for a free trial for memberships or for software subscriptions.
They usually forgot at the end of the free trial and often get charged for something they never used. So may examples in online shopping, software installations, gym fees, and parking fines.
A service that automatically cancels subscriptions at the end of the free trial period has launched in the UK. It was developed by Josh Browder, who as a teenager developed an algorithm called Do Not Pay, which continues to successfully fight parking fines.
The new app, Free Trial Surfing, is not electronically linked to any consumer bank account or credit card, but it is in partnership with a major bank. However, he did not reveal the bank’s name.
“The idea for this product came when I realized I was being charged for a $21.99 (£18) gym membership from over a year ago that I was never using,” he said. “In fact, I had completely forgotten that I had signed up for a free trial in the first place. Constantly trying to keep track of when a ‘free trial’ period ends is annoying and time-consuming.”
He said 10,000 people had signed up to try Free Trial Surfing since its launch six weeks ago in the US, where Mr. Browder, who is from the UK, now lives.
The two most common subscriptions the service has been used for are porn platforms followed by Netflix, he said.
How does it work?
It is currently only available on Apple’s app store, with a web version in development.
Each customer receives a virtual credit card number and invented name, which they can use to sign up for a service.
The card is actually registered to Mr. Browder’s firm, Do Not Pay. The app can also forward emails between the service provider and the virtual card so that the customer’s own email address is secure.
Mr. Browder says the card will not work if used to pay for any other form of purchase.
He said some platforms were trying to block the service by figuring out which cards belong to Do Not Pay. “Our bank is so big they would have to screw a lot of customers to stop the product. They would have to end the entire free-trial program,” he said.
Perhaps ironically, he says that one day he may charge a subscription to use the service, which is currently free. “It took around six months to build,” he said.”Right now we’re testing it – maybe one day it will be a cheap subscription, like $2 per month.
“The reason it took so long was that we wanted to be sure it would be declined if it is used with a real purchase. We won’t hold people to account – it will be us who takes the hit.”
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Turkey President Tayyip Erdogan announced today that the country would boycott all electronics from the United States after President Donald Trump slapped new tariffs on the region that caused the Turkish currency (the lira) to hit an all-time low.
The announcement, which specifically targeted Apple, comes amid rising trade tensions between the two countries (and leaders), but it will barely touch the tech giant.
“If they have iPhone, there is Samsung on the other side. We have Vestel Venuüs in our country,” Erdogan said, referencing a Turkey-based smartphone manufacturer during the announcement to members of his national conservative Justice and Development Party.
“Together with our people, we will stand decisively against the dollar, forex prices, inflation and interest rates. We will protect our economic independence by being tight-knit together.”
The problem with Erdogan’s new strategy is that it will have a much greater effect on the Turkish people than any U.S. company. In other words, Turkey relies on Apple more than Apple relies on Turkey.
Only 2.08 percent of Turkish smartphone users owned a Vestel last December, while 17.41 percent owned Apple iPhones.
That means of the 41.09 million projected smartphone users in Turkey last year, 7.15 million of them used Apple, which is only 1.02 percent of the conservative estimate of more than 700 million iPhone users in the world.
Putting that into context, that means there are more than 8.5 times more iPhone users worldwide than there are people in Turkey.
The U.S. and China comprise Apple’s two biggest markets, so this would be a much bigger deal — for both Apple and America — if this electronics ban came from China. Of course, the U.S. is also feuding with over trade, so it’s not outside the realm of possibility.