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04 Mar 2015 
Why Millennials Are Increasingly Cutting The Cord








And for millennials in particular who are constantly connected to social media, it's especially hard to avoid spoilers from those who did watch live. Indeed, televisions aren't going away completely. Around half of digital media player owners say that they use devices in addition to their regular live TV viewing, which is larger than the proportions that use these devices as a substitute. President of HuffPost Live Roy Sekoff agrees that the "death of the TV" has been exaggerated. "We are certainly seeing a seismic shift in the way people consume content - and a trend towards cord-cutters and cord-nevers. But millions and million of people still watch what wed think of as traditional TV," he says. "In the end, its all about great content - who really cares if it comes to you via broadcast, cable, satellite, the Internet, OTT or beamed directly into your brain (thats coming soon, right?)" And it's true. Regardless of where you're getting your content, content is still king. The numbers are showing a 4% drop in total viewing for traditional TV, including live programs, however, says Co-CEO of PM Digital Chris Paradysz . "But viewers arent approaching television from this standpoint they just want to make use of the most accessible means of consuming the content they crave." What everyone can agree on is that we've reached a pivotal point where this shift to OTT on TV screens will surely impact the entire entertainment industry, pay-TV, cable networks and online providers alike. Let's stay tuned.
Read More: Why millennials are increasingly cutting the cord







Cord-Cutting Has "Markedly Increased" in Past Year, Analyst Says - Yahoo News




The worlds first 14nm mobile processor with 64-bit platform, new LPDDR4 memory system and UFS 2.0 flash memory provide higher performance and enhanced memory speed with lower power cord cutters consumption. Moreover, the worlds first 1440P/VP9 hardware based codec enables users to enjoy high resolution streaming video while also using less power. In addition, the 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen offers users the highest pixel density of 577ppi. Enhanced outdoor visibility with a brighter display (600cd/mm) lets consumers experience content without compromise anywhere, at any time. Easy and Protected Mobile Payment Samsung Pay, a new, easy-to-use mobile payment service that will be compatible with more locations than any competing offering in a single application, will launch on Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in the United States during the second half of this year. Protected by Samsung KNOX, fingerprint scanning, and advanced tokenization, Samsung Pay works with both Near Field Communication (NFC) and Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) technology to make it device, merchant and card issuer agnostic. Enhanced Security The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are built on the upgraded Samsung KNOX, end-to-end secure mobile platform, offering defense-grade features for real-time protection from potential malicious attacks. Both of these new devices are also ready for immediate enterprise adoption, with market leading MDMs and KNOX enhancements enabled at launch to simplify and improve mobile device management. Additionally, the Find My Mobile feature secures lost devices and protects personal information through a number of services, including the all new remotely controlled Reactivation lock. With an enhanced touch-type fingerprint scanner, it also provides quick authentication and saves encrypted data in secure device storage. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will be available globally starting from April 10, 2015 with 32/64/128GB storage options** available in White Pearl, Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum, Blue Topaz (Galaxy S6 only) and Green Emerald (Galaxy S6 edge only). Full details and product images are available at www.samsungmobilepress.com . *Average speed based on internal testing conducted by Samsung.
Source: Beautifully Crafted from Metal and Glass, Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge Define What?s Next in Mobility - Yahoo Finance







Beautifully Crafted from Metal and Glass, Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge Define What?s Next in Mobility - Yahoo Finance




In the past 12 months, about 1.4million homes in the U.S. became so-called "cord-cutters" or "cord-nevers," according to Craig Moffett of MoffettNathanson Research, and on a cumulative basis, about 3.8million homes are now considered cord-cutters or cord-nevers. Year-over-year growth in the fourth quarter for cable TV subscribers amounted to minus 2.2 percent, Moffett notes, while satellite TV managed to grow subscribers by 0.1 percent and telephone companies grew their TV sub counts by 9.9 percent. The total for the industry was a drop of 0.1 percent. Read MoreCable Companies Powerless Against Rising Network Fees, Cablevision CEO Says "A year from now, the fourth quarter may well be viewed as the calm before the storm," Moffett wrote. "A host of new OTT services will launch early this year, ranging from Dish's Sling TV to Sony's full-suite cable-replacement service. While none look like world-beaters on their own, they are likely to have at least some collective impact." Moffett's report includes a disclaimer that his analysis is in part based on occupied housing data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau, which he calls "slightly suspicious." "The real revolution is likely to come from new content makers entirely, delivering entertainment to millennials through entirely different distribution models," Moffett writes. "There's no timetable for that kind of generational shift, but maybe, just maybe, we're beginning to see it in the most recent quarters' data." Email: Paul.Bond@THR.com
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/cord-cutting-markedly-increased-past-analyst-says-190737336.html







Restaurant health inspection reports from July | Norwalk Reflector




Observed a bucket with some towels being stored on the floor at greater than 200 PPM for chlorine. Cloths that are in use for wiping food spills from tableware and carry-out containers shall be maintained dry and used for no other purpose; cloths in use for wiping counters and other equipment surfaces shall be held between uses in a chemical sanitizer, or laundered daily; cloths used with raw animal foods shall be kept separate from other cloths, dry cloths and solutions shall be free of food debris and visible soil; containers of sanitizer solutions shall be stored off the floor, and used in a manner that prevents contamination. Single-service articles, single-use articles or single-use disposable sanitizer wipes shall be used in accordance with EPA-approved manufacturer's label use instructions. During the inspection, the towels were placed in the sanitizer bucket, the bucket was placed up off the floor, and the sanitizer concentration was diluted to 100 PPM. A follow-up inspection will be conducted regarding this violation on July 28 at approximately 11 a.m.; Violation: Cutting or piercing parts of can openers are not removable for cleaning and for replacement. Observed the can opener blade very dirty with a large quantity of food build-up on it. To prevent foodborne illness, cutting or piercing parts of can openers shall be removable for cleaning and replacement. Facility must remove blade and properly clean and sanitize it. A follow-up inspection will be conducted regarding this violation on July 28 at approximately 11 a.m.; Violation: Non-food surfaces of equipment are dirty. A meat slicer was found to have food debris in the gap in the base of the unit, on the legs, cord, etc.
Read More: Restaurant health inspection reports from July | Norwalk Reflector



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04 Mar 2015 
Why Millennials Are Increasingly Cutting The Cord








And for millennials in particular who are constantly connected to social media, it's especially hard to avoid spoilers from those who did watch live. Indeed, televisions aren't going away completely. Around half of digital media player owners say that they use devices in addition to their regular live TV viewing, which is larger than the proportions that use these devices as a substitute. President of HuffPost Live Roy Sekoff agrees that the "death of the TV" has been exaggerated. "We are certainly seeing a seismic shift in the way people consume content - and a trend towards cord-cutters and cord-nevers. But millions and million of people still watch what wed think of as traditional TV," he says. "In the end, its all about great content - who really cares if it comes to you via broadcast, cable, satellite, the Internet, OTT or beamed directly into your brain (thats coming soon, right?)" And it's true. Regardless of where you're getting your content, content is still king. The numbers are showing a 4% drop in total viewing for traditional TV, including live programs, however, says Co-CEO of PM Digital Chris Paradysz . "But viewers arent approaching television from this standpoint they just want to make use of the most accessible means of consuming the content they crave." What everyone can agree on is that we've reached a pivotal point where this shift to OTT on TV screens will surely impact the entire entertainment industry, pay-TV, cable networks and online providers alike. Let's stay tuned.
Read More: Why millennials are increasingly cutting the cord







Cord-Cutting Has "Markedly Increased" in Past Year, Analyst Says - Yahoo News




The worlds first 14nm mobile processor with 64-bit platform, new LPDDR4 memory system and UFS 2.0 flash memory provide higher performance and enhanced memory speed with lower power cord cutters consumption. Moreover, the worlds first 1440P/VP9 hardware based codec enables users to enjoy high resolution streaming video while also using less power. In addition, the 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen offers users the highest pixel density of 577ppi. Enhanced outdoor visibility with a brighter display (600cd/mm) lets consumers experience content without compromise anywhere, at any time. Easy and Protected Mobile Payment Samsung Pay, a new, easy-to-use mobile payment service that will be compatible with more locations than any competing offering in a single application, will launch on Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in the United States during the second half of this year. Protected by Samsung KNOX, fingerprint scanning, and advanced tokenization, Samsung Pay works with both Near Field Communication (NFC) and Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) technology to make it device, merchant and card issuer agnostic. Enhanced Security The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are built on the upgraded Samsung KNOX, end-to-end secure mobile platform, offering defense-grade features for real-time protection from potential malicious attacks. Both of these new devices are also ready for immediate enterprise adoption, with market leading MDMs and KNOX enhancements enabled at launch to simplify and improve mobile device management. Additionally, the Find My Mobile feature secures lost devices and protects personal information through a number of services, including the all new remotely controlled Reactivation lock. With an enhanced touch-type fingerprint scanner, it also provides quick authentication and saves encrypted data in secure device storage. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will be available globally starting from April 10, 2015 with 32/64/128GB storage options** available in White Pearl, Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum, Blue Topaz (Galaxy S6 only) and Green Emerald (Galaxy S6 edge only). Full details and product images are available at www.samsungmobilepress.com . *Average speed based on internal testing conducted by Samsung.
Source: Beautifully Crafted from Metal and Glass, Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge Define What?s Next in Mobility - Yahoo Finance







Beautifully Crafted from Metal and Glass, Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge Define What?s Next in Mobility - Yahoo Finance




In the past 12 months, about 1.4million homes in the U.S. became so-called "cord-cutters" or "cord-nevers," according to Craig Moffett of MoffettNathanson Research, and on a cumulative basis, about 3.8million homes are now considered cord-cutters or cord-nevers. Year-over-year growth in the fourth quarter for cable TV subscribers amounted to minus 2.2 percent, Moffett notes, while satellite TV managed to grow subscribers by 0.1 percent and telephone companies grew their TV sub counts by 9.9 percent. The total for the industry was a drop of 0.1 percent. Read MoreCable Companies Powerless Against Rising Network Fees, Cablevision CEO Says "A year from now, the fourth quarter may well be viewed as the calm before the storm," Moffett wrote. "A host of new OTT services will launch early this year, ranging from Dish's Sling TV to Sony's full-suite cable-replacement service. While none look like world-beaters on their own, they are likely to have at least some collective impact." Moffett's report includes a disclaimer that his analysis is in part based on occupied housing data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau, which he calls "slightly suspicious." "The real revolution is likely to come from new content makers entirely, delivering entertainment to millennials through entirely different distribution models," Moffett writes. "There's no timetable for that kind of generational shift, but maybe, just maybe, we're beginning to see it in the most recent quarters' data." Email: Paul.Bond@THR.com
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/cord-cutting-markedly-increased-past-analyst-says-190737336.html







Restaurant health inspection reports from July | Norwalk Reflector




Observed a bucket with some towels being stored on the floor at greater than 200 PPM for chlorine. Cloths that are in use for wiping food spills from tableware and carry-out containers shall be maintained dry and used for no other purpose; cloths in use for wiping counters and other equipment surfaces shall be held between uses in a chemical sanitizer, or laundered daily; cloths used with raw animal foods shall be kept separate from other cloths, dry cloths and solutions shall be free of food debris and visible soil; containers of sanitizer solutions shall be stored off the floor, and used in a manner that prevents contamination. Single-service articles, single-use articles or single-use disposable sanitizer wipes shall be used in accordance with EPA-approved manufacturer's label use instructions. During the inspection, the towels were placed in the sanitizer bucket, the bucket was placed up off the floor, and the sanitizer concentration was diluted to 100 PPM. A follow-up inspection will be conducted regarding this violation on July 28 at approximately 11 a.m.; Violation: Cutting or piercing parts of can openers are not removable for cleaning and for replacement. Observed the can opener blade very dirty with a large quantity of food build-up on it. To prevent foodborne illness, cutting or piercing parts of can openers shall be removable for cleaning and replacement. Facility must remove blade and properly clean and sanitize it. A follow-up inspection will be conducted regarding this violation on July 28 at approximately 11 a.m.; Violation: Non-food surfaces of equipment are dirty. A meat slicer was found to have food debris in the gap in the base of the unit, on the legs, cord, etc.
Read More: Restaurant health inspection reports from July | Norwalk Reflector



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03 Mar 2015 
Why Millennials Are Increasingly Cutting The Cord








millennials aren't cutting the cord simply because of medium preference, but also due to increasing prices. The average cost of an expanded basic cable service has increased an average of 6.1% annually since 1995 , up to about $65 a month (lower than many cable television services, according to the NPD Group ). AT&T's U-Verse and FiOS have both reported that there will be a rise in 2015. And when subscriptions or streaming services or alternative television packages are more than half the price of standard cable (even when combined), why wouldn't you ditch the traditional? Even a combination of several streaming options ends up costing less than traditional cable. Live television isn't dead yet But it's not that millennials are completely done with live television - no, they'd just rather find a more accessible, cheaper option. Forty percent want access to live TV online, desiring real-time experiences rather than on-demand. Mitch Lovett , professor of marketing at Simon Business School at the University of Rochester, says that most people are still watching many hours on a traditional TV format. "However, as options become better for the live events, the bundled 'must-view-live' and 'happy-to-delay' programming will be broken. This is on the horizon. This change is likely to have profound impacts on viewing and content creators." We can't deny the incredible popularity of subscription on-demand services like Netflix , Hulu and Amazon , but these streaming sites can't completely compete with live television. There's something special about watching content as it airs, while thousands of others are tuned in at the same time.
Full story here: Why millennials are increasingly cutting the cord







Cord-Cutting Has "Markedly Increased" in Past Year, Analyst Says - Yahoo News




In addition, the 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen offers users the highest pixel density of 577ppi. Enhanced outdoor visibility with a brighter display (600cd/mm) lets consumers experience content without compromise anywhere, at any time. Easy and Protected Mobile Payment Samsung Pay, a new, easy-to-use mobile payment service that will be compatible with more locations than any competing offering in a single application, will launch on Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in the United States during the second half of this year. Protected by Samsung KNOX, fingerprint scanning, and advanced tokenization, Samsung Pay works with both Near Field Communication (NFC) and Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) technology to make it device, merchant and card issuer agnostic. Enhanced Security The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are built on the upgraded Samsung KNOX, end-to-end secure mobile platform, offering defense-grade features for real-time protection from potential malicious attacks. Both of these new devices are also ready for immediate enterprise adoption, with market leading MDMs and KNOX enhancements enabled at launch to simplify and improve mobile device management. Additionally, the Find My Mobile feature secures lost devices and protects personal information through a number of services, including the all new remotely controlled Reactivation lock. With an enhanced touch-type fingerprint scanner, it also provides quick authentication and saves encrypted data in secure device storage. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will be available globally starting from April 10, 2015 with 32/64/128GB storage options** available in White Pearl, Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum, Blue Topaz (Galaxy S6 only) and Green Emerald (Galaxy S6 edge only). Full details and product images are available at www.samsungmobilepress.com .
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/beautifully-crafted-metal-glass-samsung-173000388.html







Why DISH Network Needs to Offer Another Alternative to the Cable Company - NASDAQ.com




In the past 12 months, about 1.4million homes in the U.S. became so-called "cord-cutters" or "cord-nevers," according to Craig Moffett of MoffettNathanson Research, and on a cumulative basis, about 3.8million homes are now considered cord-cutters or cord-nevers. Year-over-year growth in the fourth quarter for cable TV subscribers amounted to minus 2.2 percent, Moffett notes, while satellite TV managed to grow subscribers by 0.1 percent and telephone companies grew their TV sub counts by 9.9 percent. The total cord cutters for the industry was a drop of 0.1 percent. Read MoreCable Companies Powerless Against Rising Network Fees, Cablevision CEO Says "A year from now, the fourth quarter may well be viewed as the calm before the storm," Moffett wrote. "A host of new OTT services will launch early this year, ranging from Dish's Sling TV to Sony's full-suite cable-replacement service. While none look like world-beaters on their own, they are likely to have at least some collective impact." Moffett's report includes a disclaimer that his analysis is in part based on occupied housing data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau, which he calls "slightly suspicious." "The real revolution is likely to come from new content makers entirely, delivering entertainment to millennials through entirely different distribution models," Moffett writes. "There's no timetable for that kind of generational shift, but maybe, just maybe, we're beginning to see it in the most recent quarters' data." Email: Paul.Bond@THR.com
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/cord-cutting-markedly-increased-past-analyst-says-190737336.html



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03 Mar 2015 
Why Millennials Are Increasingly Cutting The Cord








millennials aren't cutting the cord simply because of medium preference, but also due to increasing prices. The average cost of an expanded basic cable service has increased an average of 6.1% annually since 1995 , up to about $65 a month (lower than many cable television services, according to the NPD Group ). AT&T's U-Verse and FiOS have both reported that there will be a rise in 2015. And when subscriptions or streaming services or alternative television packages are more than half the price of standard cable (even when combined), why wouldn't you ditch the traditional? Even a combination of several streaming options ends up costing less than traditional cable. Live television isn't dead yet But it's not that millennials are completely done with live television - no, they'd just rather find a more accessible, cheaper option. Forty percent want access to live TV online, desiring real-time experiences rather than on-demand. Mitch Lovett , professor of marketing at Simon Business School at the University of Rochester, says that most people are still watching many hours on a traditional TV format. "However, as options become better for the live events, the bundled 'must-view-live' and 'happy-to-delay' programming will be broken. This is on the horizon. This change is likely to have profound impacts on viewing and content creators." We can't deny the incredible popularity of subscription on-demand services like Netflix , Hulu and Amazon , but these streaming sites can't completely compete with live television. There's something special about watching content as it airs, while thousands of others are tuned in at the same time.
Full story here: Why millennials are increasingly cutting the cord







Cord-Cutting Has "Markedly Increased" in Past Year, Analyst Says - Yahoo News




In addition, the 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen offers users the highest pixel density of 577ppi. Enhanced outdoor visibility with a brighter display (600cd/mm) lets consumers experience content without compromise anywhere, at any time. Easy and Protected Mobile Payment Samsung Pay, a new, easy-to-use mobile payment service that will be compatible with more locations than any competing offering in a single application, will launch on Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in the United States during the second half of this year. Protected by Samsung KNOX, fingerprint scanning, and advanced tokenization, Samsung Pay works with both Near Field Communication (NFC) and Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) technology to make it device, merchant and card issuer agnostic. Enhanced Security The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are built on the upgraded Samsung KNOX, end-to-end secure mobile platform, offering defense-grade features for real-time protection from potential malicious attacks. Both of these new devices are also ready for immediate enterprise adoption, with market leading MDMs and KNOX enhancements enabled at launch to simplify and improve mobile device management. Additionally, the Find My Mobile feature secures lost devices and protects personal information through a number of services, including the all new remotely controlled Reactivation lock. With an enhanced touch-type fingerprint scanner, it also provides quick authentication and saves encrypted data in secure device storage. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will be available globally starting from April 10, 2015 with 32/64/128GB storage options** available in White Pearl, Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum, Blue Topaz (Galaxy S6 only) and Green Emerald (Galaxy S6 edge only). Full details and product images are available at www.samsungmobilepress.com .
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/beautifully-crafted-metal-glass-samsung-173000388.html







Why DISH Network Needs to Offer Another Alternative to the Cable Company - NASDAQ.com




In the past 12 months, about 1.4million homes in the U.S. became so-called "cord-cutters" or "cord-nevers," according to Craig Moffett of MoffettNathanson Research, and on a cumulative basis, about 3.8million homes are now considered cord-cutters or cord-nevers. Year-over-year growth in the fourth quarter for cable TV subscribers amounted to minus 2.2 percent, Moffett notes, while satellite TV managed to grow subscribers by 0.1 percent and telephone companies grew their TV sub counts by 9.9 percent. The total cord cutters for the industry was a drop of 0.1 percent. Read MoreCable Companies Powerless Against Rising Network Fees, Cablevision CEO Says "A year from now, the fourth quarter may well be viewed as the calm before the storm," Moffett wrote. "A host of new OTT services will launch early this year, ranging from Dish's Sling TV to Sony's full-suite cable-replacement service. While none look like world-beaters on their own, they are likely to have at least some collective impact." Moffett's report includes a disclaimer that his analysis is in part based on occupied housing data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau, which he calls "slightly suspicious." "The real revolution is likely to come from new content makers entirely, delivering entertainment to millennials through entirely different distribution models," Moffett writes. "There's no timetable for that kind of generational shift, but maybe, just maybe, we're beginning to see it in the most recent quarters' data." Email: Paul.Bond@THR.com
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/cord-cutting-markedly-increased-past-analyst-says-190737336.html



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02 Mar 2015 
Cord-cutting Has "markedly Increased" In Past Year, Analyst Says - Yahoo News








image source In the past 12 months, about 1.4million homes in the U.S. became so-called "cord-cutters" or "cord-nevers," according to Craig Moffett of MoffettNathanson Research, and on a cumulative basis, about 3.8million homes are now considered cord-cutters or cord-nevers. Year-over-year growth in the fourth quarter for cable TV subscribers amounted to minus 2.2 percent, Moffett notes, while satellite TV managed to grow subscribers by 0.1 percent and telephone companies grew their TV sub counts by 9.9 percent. The total for the industry was a drop of 0.1 percent. Read MoreCable Companies Powerless Against Rising Network Fees, Cablevision CEO Says "A year from now, the fourth quarter may well be viewed as the calm before the storm," Moffett wrote. "A host of new OTT services will launch early this year, ranging from Dish's Sling TV to Sony's full-suite cable-replacement service. While none look like world-beaters on their own, they are likely to have at least some collective impact." Moffett's report includes a disclaimer that his analysis is in part based on occupied housing data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau, which he calls "slightly suspicious." "The real revolution is likely to come from new content makers entirely, delivering entertainment to millennials through entirely different distribution models," Moffett writes. "There's no timetable for that kind of generational shift, but maybe, just maybe, we're beginning to see it in the most recent quarters' data." Email: Paul.Bond@THR.com
Red the full story at: http://news.yahoo.com/cord-cutting-markedly-increased-past-analyst-says-190737336.html








Source: Amazon Don't pay for speed you don't need Picking a broadband package can be tricky and many people opt for more than they need. I almost fell victim to this a few days ago when my cable company, Cox, sent me an email offering faster Internet for $5 a month for six months (with the price rising after that). I almost jumped before taking stock and realizing that my current package allows me to stream movies and play games without any problems. Faster may be better, but at some point, your connection is fast enough for what you do. Time Warner Cable actually offers a handy speed checker which allows you to test your current speeds no matter which provider you use. My office connection on Comcast is fast enough, but we could upgrade to faster (and more expensive) service. Source: Screen shot Consider your options The people who pay the best prices for cable and Internet tend to be the ones on promotional deals. While switching can be a hassle involving multiple phone calls and appointments, it's often a way to cut your bill. In some cases, just the possibility of switching (and threatening to leave) can get your existing carrier to lower your pricing or at least offer to sweeten your deal (perhaps by throwing in a free premium channel like HBO or Showtime). Before you switch to save some short-term dollars, however, you need to work out the long-term costs.
Read More: 3 Ways To Cut Your Cable And Internet Bill - NASDAQ.com







Beautifully Crafted from Metal and Glass, Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge Define What?s Next in Mobility - Yahoo Finance




Protected by Samsung KNOX, fingerprint scanning, and advanced tokenization, Samsung Pay works with both Near Field Communication (NFC) and Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) technology to make it device, merchant and card issuer agnostic. Enhanced Security The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are built on the upgraded Samsung KNOX, end-to-end secure mobile platform, offering defense-grade features for real-time protection from potential malicious attacks. Both of these new devices are also ready for immediate enterprise adoption, with market leading MDMs and KNOX enhancements enabled at launch to simplify and improve mobile device management. Additionally, the Find My Mobile feature secures lost devices and protects personal information through a number of services, including the all new remotely controlled Reactivation lock. With an enhanced touch-type fingerprint scanner, it also provides quick authentication and saves encrypted data in secure device storage. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will be available globally starting from April 10, 2015 with 32/64/128GB storage options** available in White Pearl, Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum, Blue Topaz (Galaxy S6 only) and Green Emerald (Galaxy S6 edge only). Full details and product images are available at www.samsungmobilepress.com . *Average speed based on internal testing conducted by Samsung. Results may vary by device or situation. ** Portion of memory occupied by existing content Samsung Galaxy S6 & Galaxy S6 edge Product Specifications 2,600mAh * All functionality, features, specifications and other product information provided in this document including, but not limited to, the benefits, design, pricing, components, performance, availability, and capabilities of the product are subject to change without notice or obligation.
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/beautifully-crafted-metal-glass-samsung-173000388.html



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