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Your next car will be watching you

qz.com — For years motorists have complained about surveillance from speed cameras and license-plate readers. The next frontier in keeping tabs on motorists will be tracking drivers' eyes. GM will become the first major auto manufacturer to install eye-tracking capabilities in its cars, according to the Financial Times (paywall).

Why Apple’s mobile-payments system might actually work

qz.com — Despite a lot of investment and even more hype, mobile payments haven't really taken off. While the idea of using a mobile phone or other device to quickly and securely pay for things sounds appealing, only between 3% and 7% of consumers in the US and Europe use their phones to buy coffee, books, or other physical goods in stores,...
Sep 01, 2014

RT @zseward: Why Apple’s mobile-payments system might actually work qz.com/258475 by @fromedome

Sep 01, 2014

Why Apple’s mobile-payments system might actually work qz.com/258475 by @fromedome

Sep 01, 2014

RT @fromedome: Why Apple's mobile payments system might actually work: qz.com/258475/why-app… Control over product, right business model and motivation.

Sep 01, 2014

Why Apple's mobile payments system might actually work: qz.com/258475/why-app… Control over product, right business model and motivation.