Ninety-five percent of young buyers use the Internet to shop for a new vehicle, said a report released today by AutoTrader.com (ATG) and conducted by IHS Automotive. About half used a smartphone, up from 34 percent in 2013. That compares with 28 percent of all buyers. Its vital for dealers to have a strong online presence if they want to have an influence on decision-making, said Isabelle Helms, AutoTrader vice president of research and market intelligence.
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A Closer Look: Multitasking on mobile devices - Yahoo News
The hack comes hot on the heels of research aired at the Black Hat security conference that showed a serious vulnerability within Google's Nest Thermostat . Luckily, one of the flaws is pretty innocuous, since it requires user consent. The other, Blackphone has now patched.
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Super-secure Blackphone rooted at DefCon conference
You can have several apps open at once, and you can temporarily set an app aside by minimizing it into a small dot. Again, this only works with selected apps. __— LG's G3 PHONE: LG's latest smartphone, the G3, has a Dual Window feature. Just hold the back button and choose two apps to open side by side. As with Multi-Window, you're limited in your choices.
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