Now a post on the Google Commerce blog claims Wallet is safer than paying with plastic. "Google Wallet offers advantages over the plastic cards and folded wallets in use today," reads the post, by Osama Bedier, vice president, Google Wallet and Payments. It strongly discourages tinkering with your device, as Wallet is not supported on rooted phones. "That's why in most cases, rooting your phone will cause your Google Wallet data to be automatically wiped from the device.". On the unauthorised use of prepaid cards from a stolen phone, Google said it has temporarily disabled provisioning of prepaid cards. This is apparently a precaution until it issues a permanent fix "soon." A free-phone number is provided if you need to call for help.
"Mobile payments are going to become more common in the coming years," it concludes, "and we will learn much more as we continue to develop Google Wallet, In the meantime, you can be confident that the digital wallet you carry provides defenses that plastic and leather simply don't.", Google Wallet launched in the US in May last year, The search giant is in talks with UK companies to carry out NFC (Near Field Communications) trials to the UK early this year, hinting it could launch this summer, Are mobile payments the way forward? Or are you worried for your security? Let us iphone screen protector free replacement know in the comments, or over on Facebook..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Apple has filed a motion for a preliminary injunction to ban the Nexus because of a batch of software patents it claims Google has infringed, The Verge reports. These are wide-ranging, including such intricacies as clicking a phone number to call, and sliding across the screen to unlock. And if successful, it could put the brakes on the Ice Cream Sandwich rollout lots of other companies are trying to get going. Uh oh. Apple wants to defend patents that cover quite a few of the iPhone's features. One focuses on detecting data like a phone number in an email or web page, and letting you call it by clicking. Another covers searching lots of sources of information on the device and online through a single interface, like Siri, or -- presumably -- the magnifying glass icon on Android devices.
Which side are you on? Is Apple right to defend its software like this? Or is it being too litigious? Let us know in the comments below, or on our Facebook page, Apple has filed yet another lawsuit, this one seeking to ban the latest version of Android, Is this iphone screen protector free replacement a lawsuit too far?, Apple has rolled out its most powerful legal guns and is taking aim at Google's biggest target, The iPhone maker filed another lawsuit against Samsung and its Galaxy Nexus, though it's not the hardware that's irked Cupertino, Rather, it's the Android Ice Cream Sandwich software..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. The CloudMobile syncs with your PC and stores your movies, music and photos in the cloud, so you can enjoy them on your phone whether you're at home or on the go. You can also check out your documents from the cloud, and print wirelessly using Acer Print. It's not a bad looker either. On the front is a stainless steel receiver, and the back hosts a Dolby speaker plate with tiny perforations. There are tactile details on the volume button and rear, and a narrow bezel borders the phone, a little like Samsung's D8000 TV. There's a 4.3-inch screen, and while there's no word on exact resolution, Acer has said it will be HD and fully laminated.
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