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Mobile Minutes: Megapixels; Sony takes on Amazon Echo; Netflix eyes second screen; NatWest’s mobile payments flaw

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February 26, 2016

 

Screen Shot 2016-02-25 at 3.40.27 PMSmartphone makers are finally moving past megapixels
Smartphone companies like Apple and Samsung have long trumpeted their devices’ megapixel count, which measures the size of a camera’s image when printed, as shorthand for the quality of the photos they produce.
Read more on Time

The Xperia Agent is Sony’s bold plan to one-up the Amazon Echo
The Amazon Echo has become a hit because day by day, week by week, it’s kept getting better.
Read more on Wired

Netflix interested in virtual reality, tests second-screen experience
Netflix continues to be very interested in virtual reality, an executive of the streaming service said at the sidelines of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, according to a report from Trusted Reviews.
Read more on Variety

NatWest’s Paym flaw: Bank admits mobile payments can go astray
NatWest has admitted a flaw within its mobile payments service which means that money could end up in the wrong account.
Read more on The Telegraph

 

 

 

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