Merchants are finally phasing out signature requirements for transactions, though the US is moving more slowly on it. “We just love signing things here; after football, it is our national pastime.”
Interesting information: The Talmud requires signatures for contracts — as important as marriage, or as minor as buying a cup of coffee. Does this mean religious Jews will no longer be able to use credit cards? Can religious Jews now use Apple Pay and the Android equivalent?
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Apple has trouble selling new phones because its old phones are too good. Unlike Android phones, which become obsolete rapidly, iPhones just keep on keeping on.
The main reason I chose to upgrade this year is because I got tired of lugging around a big-ass iPhone 7 Plus. If I’d gone instead for the iPhone 7 two years ago, i’d still be using it.
I still see many people using phones that appear to be the iPhone 6. That’s a four-year-old phone.
Allo is shutting down, Hangouts is becoming Chat, and becoming more Slack-like.
Also, Google+ is hanging on as a business collaboration service, like Slack.
Google’s messaging strategy is a confusing mess, and every time they try to simplify it it just gets worse.