Microsoft’s return to the world of wearables won’t be a fitness tracker, but a smart wearable aimed at commercial users. The TrekStore-made device will offer advanced features for healthcare and manufacturing industries.
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T-Mobile is giving football fans (or just fans of Super Bowl commercials) a preview of the commercial they’ll air during Super Bowl 50 next weekend.
The teaser, released on YouTube Jan. 29, shows a soundstage and a cast of characters, including Super Bowl commercial regulars the Budweiser clydesdales, preparing to start shooting, with the voice of a director and production assistants trying to get everyone in place.
But none of those characters will appear in T-Mobile’s commercial. Instead, the commercial says, “they will be magenta and the [other] carriers will hate it.”
Super Bowl 50 starts at 5:30 p.m. Central on Feb. 7 and airs on CBS.
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There are many different mobile pay options out there, but Samsung Pay stands out above the rest. The reason for this is it can be accepted anywhere, and retailers don’t need any special machines for it to work.
In the latest commercial from Samsung they hired comedian Hannibal Buress to show you just how easy it is to actually use Samsung Pay. The commercial is basically Buress walking into Katz’s Deli in New York and ordering some food. When he goes to pay they tell him that they can’t do mobile payments and everyone is impressed when Samsung Pay works.
Normally I’d say a commercial like this is a little simplistic, but there is literally nothing else to say. Walk into a store and pay for items just like you would using a regular credit card. The only problem is Samsung is taking forever to roll out Samsung Pay worldwide and I can’t try it yet.
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