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Corvias Introduces Housing Maintenance App for Air Force Residents
EAST GREENWICH, R.I.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Corvias, a long-term solutions and management partner to the U.S. military, today announced that residents across its Air Force portfolio can now manage their maintenance needs on their mobile devices. The service, available on mobile phone applications (Apple and Android) and web browsers, enables residents at all six Corvias Air Force installations to create and track maintenance requests. “The resident portal is part of our promise to provide a gold lev
Why are Apple Pay, Starbucks' app, and Samsung Pay so much more successful than other mobile wallet providers?
This is a preview of The Payments Ecosystem research report from Business Insider Intelligence. Purchase this report. Business Insider Intelligence offers even more consumer coverage with Payments & Commerce Pro. Subscribe today to receive industry-changing payments and commerce news and analysis to your inbox. In the US, the in-store mobile wallet space is becoming increasingly crowded. Most customers have an option provided by their smartphone vendor, like Apple, Android, or Samsung Pay. But those are often supplemented by a myriad of options from other players, ranging from tech firms like PayPal, to banks and card issuers, to major retailers and restaurants. With that proliferation of options, one would expect to see a surge in adoption. But that's not the case — though Business Insider Intelligence projects that US in-store mobile payments volume will quintuple in the next five years, usage is consistently lagging below expectations, with estimates for 2019 falling far below what we expected just two years ago.
Apple Stock Should Be Vigilantly Played Moving Forward in 2020
Apple stock has skyrocketed off positive factors like the U.S.-China trade deal, but chasing this indefinitely could be a bad idea.
Y Combinator's Eric Migicovsky, the inventor of the smartwatch, says a startup's biggest mistake is not clearly explaining what it does. Here's his advice.
Eric Migicovsky, the founder of failed startup Pebble, helps entrepreneurs avoid his past mistakes as a partner at startup accelerator Y Combinator. He shared one of his learnings as an investor in a blog post, telling founders to begin a pitch with a clear and concise description of what their company does. Migicovsky wrote: "If I don't get it, I will have difficulty understanding your entire pitch and unfortunately, forget about you instantly after you are finished." Click here for more BI Prime stories . Eric Migicovsky, the founder of Pebble, knows how to pitch a company. He burst onto the tech scene in 2012 after launching what was then the most successful campaign on Kickstarter in history, raising $10.2 million to manufacture the first smartwatch. Pebble went on to sell 1 million watches. The business started to struggle after Apple, the world's largest technology company, released its long-awaited smartwatch competitor, cutting into Pebble's sales. Migicovsky sold his company in a fire sale to FitBit in 2016.
The latest market research, trends, and landscape in the growing AI chatbot industry
This is a preview of Business Insider Intelligence's Connectivity & Tech coverage. Business Insider Intelligence offers even more insights like this with our Connectivity & Tech Pro coverage. Subscribe today to receive industry-changing banking news and analysis to your inbox. With messaging apps on the rise, chatbots are all the hype now. Chatbots are artificial intelligence systems that interact with users via messaging, text, or speech. Many are deployed on chatbot platforms such as Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, WeChat, Slack, or text messages. Facebook's expansion with Facebook Messenger has been giving businesses the opportunity to better reach their target audience through different APIs, and chatbots are becoming a necessity in certain industries. Despite the complexity of artificial intelligence used to pick content and context from conversations with users, there are a number of platforms and frameworks available to build a sophisticated chatbot . The ease and accessibility to build a customizable bot alongside the increased usage of messaging apps only proves the growth and strength that will push the chatbot industry forward.
How to hide your online status on WhatsApp to protect your privacy
You can easily hide your online status on WhatsApp to protect your privacy. The default setting on WhatsApp allows everyone to view your online status — or the last time you were active on the app — which can be changed in Settings. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . If you use WhatsApp regularly, chances are you have spotted the last login status next to the name of some of your contacts. WhatsApp allows its users to see the last time their contacts were active on the platform as well as whether they are currently using the app. While this feature makes communication more transparent, privacy is important. If you do not want your WhatsApp contacts to know your online status on the messaging app, you can easily hide your online status on WhatsApp through the app's settings. Here's how to do it. Check out the products mentioned in this article: iPhone 11 (From $699.99 at Best Buy) Samsung Galaxy S10 (From $899.99 at Best Buy) How to hide online status on WhatsApp 1. Launch the WhatsApp application from your iPhone or Android . 2.
A Facebook executive suggested that smartphone software may be to blame for the alleged attack on Jeff Bezos' iPhone (AAPL, FB)
Nicola Mendelsohn, Facebook's EMEA vice president, said that the recently reported hack of Jeff Bezos' iPhone highlights "potential underlying vulnerabilities" on smartphone operating systems, according to Bloomberg . A forensic analysis from FTI Consulting indicated that Bezos' had been using an iPhone X as his personal device, although there is no indication in the report that vulnerabilities in Apple's iOS software was to blame for the reported attack. Bezos' iPhone was reportedly hacked after he had received a video file sent via the Facebook-owned WhatsApp in 2018, which caused large amounts of data to be transferred from his phone. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A Facebook executive said that the recently reported hack of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' iPhone highlights potential security issues with mobile device operating systems, according to Bloomberg. "One of the things that it highlights is actually some of the potential underlying vulnerabilities that exist on the actual operating systems on phones," Nicola Mendelsohn, Facebook's vice president for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, said during a recent interview with Bloomberg Television.
AT&T: Outflanked By A Peacock
Peacock sets an April 15 launch for an ad-supported service after HBO Max set a 2021 timeline. Apple continues hiring content talent previously focused on HBO.
Expect Apple Stock to Get an Earnings Boost. But Then the Road Gets Tougher.
Get ready for Apple stock to rise after the company reports December quarter earnings next Tuesday, BofA Global Research says. But it may be harder for the shares to make significant progress after that.
Trillion dollar club breakdown: Amazon makes $16K per worker while Apple makes $435K an employee
Apple makes more per employee and has the highest profits in a new trillion dollar club breakdown, leading with $59.5, besting Google parent Alphabet, Microsoft and Amazon.
Is Apple credit card a good deal for consumers?
Is Apple credit card a good deal for consumers? Should you get it now?
Apple (AAPL) earnings: is there an upside for the stock?
Apple Inc. (AAPL) shares are trading at $219, up 3%. The company is announcing its quarterly earnings results on Thursday after the market close. What's driving Apple stock price? What's AAPL stock price forecast?
Box (BOX) stock: not-so-profitable growth
Box, Inc. (BOX) shares are trading at $26.05, prior to the earnings today. What should investors be aware of--and what will the market be watching out for in the upcoming earnings?
Fitbit (FIT) earnings preview: is the company turning around?
Fitbit, Inc. (FIT) is expected to report earnings on August 1 after market close. What are FIT earnings expectations? What news should investors be paying attention to?
Pandora Media (P) earnings preview: eyes on the AdsWizz acquisition
Pandora Media, Inc. (P) is expected to report earnings on July 31 after market close. What are P earnings expectations? What news will the market be watching out for?
Apple (AAPL) earnings preview: mid-teen revenue growth
Apple Inc. (AAPL) is expected to report earnings on July 30 before market open. What are APPL earnings expectations? What news will the market be watching out for?
QUALCOMM (QCOM) earnings preview: tepid revenue projections
QUALCOMM (QCOM) is expected to report earnings on July 25 after market close. What are QCOM earnings expectations? What news will the market be watching out for?
Energous (WATT) downgraded, but stock is up: why?
Just as ValuEngine downgraded Energous (WATT), investors related violently and bought the shares of this company. The stock price is up 6% in mid-day trading. What is driving this?
Alphabet (Google), Apple, Amazon or Facebook: who will win the race?
This past weekend we asked stocks investors on Twitter: which company among the tech giants (Alphabet, Apple, Amazon or Facebook) will outgrowth the competition? We got some pretty insightful responses from our Twitter audience and are sharing with you their growth predictions in this post.
Fitbit (FIT): Is The Stock Worth Investing In?
The Fitbit stock (NYSE: FIT) barely moved today. What is the stock price forecast for this company? And what are the things you should know about this stock?
Netflix (NFLX): Has The Stock Peaked?
The Netflix stock (NASDAQ: NFLX) spiked around 4% today in mid-day trading.The stock witnessed a 60% year-to-date increase. What is the stock price forecast?
Intel and Apple: What's Next?
Intel’s stock price witnessed a big decline yesterday after Bloomberg reported that Apple would not use Intel chips for its Mac computers. What's next for the Intel stock?
Microsoft (MSFT): How High Is The Sky?
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) declined 5% in today’s trading, to below $90 per share. What is the forecast (prediction) for the stock price?
FAANG Pullback Inevitable in 2018?
As you're entering 2018, you may be wondering which stocks that you own in your portfolio are bound for a 'correction' in 2018. Here is our take...
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