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Wouldn't it be nice if you could turn off your credit and debit cards when you're not using them? An app called CardControl lets you do just that.
By creating an independent, peer-to-peer 'mesh' network among devices, users could wrest the Web free from the hubs of giant corporations.
A number of iPhone users have noticed the setting automatically switched on after an iOS update -- an important, if sneaky, push to increase use of the company's iBeacon technology.
Google's mobile operating system dominates the global smartphone market. But it's Apple iOS users who are spending money.
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