Most public safety agencies are in favor of faster mobile technology adoption

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A recent study showed that 70 percent wanted to accelerate the uptake of this tech. Seventy percent of public safety agency respondents to a recent Zebra Technologies Corporation study feel that mobile technology adoption should be accelerated. The research showed that these agencies around the world are seeking to improve mobile tech. The company released its study findings showing that agencies worldwide will be pursuing greater mobile technology adoption to continuously improve community relations and workflows over the next half decade. The last of the three parts of Zebra’s study…

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Over half of Americans who have tried contactless payment will use it again

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New Amex research shows 58 percent of people who tried this type of transaction are more likely to use it. Americans who have tried contactless payment because of the COVID-19 pandemic are more likely to use it again, said results from a new Amex survey. Online and mobile ordering for delivery and pickup options are also more appealing to consumers. Contactless payment and online and mobile delivery and pickup options are becoming increasingly popular options. Moreover, consumers who tried them for the first time due to the coronavirus pandemic are…

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Online AI tool could help identify illegal opioid sales, wildlife trafficking and counterfeits

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Artificial intelligence-based tools could help to catch a range of criminals and crimes on the internet. New types of online AI tool could help make a substantial difference in spotting serious and dangerous crimes occurring on the internet. Many of these crimes contribute to millions of deaths around the year every year. A new form of online AI tool has the potential to help law enforcement personnel to spot illegal opioid sellers online. Equally, it could help to identify and locate counterfeits and even wildlife traffickers. As a result, the…

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New Amazon payment system will use shoppers’ hands as IDs

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The online marketplace giant is taking more steps toward a unique biometric development. A new Amazon payment system is in development and could one day be used to ID customers based on their hands. This security feature is meant to help verify an individual’s identity without having to touch the person. Unlike fingerprint scans that are commonly used to unlock secured smartphones, no contact is needed. The Amazon payment system is one of the latest steps made by the online retail giant’s engineers. The technology’s development was made public through…

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Samsung to deliver “seamless” Galaxy Fold experience with the help of its partners

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Samsung has aimed to design a new mobile device that provides a complete foldable experience. The Galaxy Fold is set to launch with a new premier service in the coming weeks to consumers in the United States. Samsung has worked with Google, App Partners and Android developers to ensure that hundreds of apps that are available through the Google Play Store and Galaxy Store are updated and fully compatible with the foldable device to deliver a seamless experience. Samsung has worked hard to produce a first-of-its-kind mobile device. The Galaxy…

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