There are steps you can take now to minimize the fallout if your smartphone gets nicked. But many say technology that would render phones completely useless if they're taken is still needed.
Starbucks coffee chain's mobile-pay app will soon feature a tipping option.
Tired of subsidizing the rest of the gang's big meals when all you had was a salad? There's an app for that. Other apps help to share rent, vacations and utilities.
The settings keep changing, but if you'll take even a minute to check some things, you can make yourself safer.
Phone costs are ticking higher, even as competition increases among carriers.
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