Make the most of your dollar and time when buying a phone in troubling circumstances.
When there are massive global events impacting all aspects of daily life, you would be forgiven for thinking buying a new phone won’t be top-of-mind for most of us. But technology like smartphones is incredibly important for staying connected and informed, especially in times when human-to-human contact is dramatically minimized and so many of us are working from home.
If you haven’t tried out a payment app lately, here’s the nudge you need.
We’re going to look back on 2020 as a point where we collectively renewed our focus on public health and hygiene. The coronavirus pandemic will stick with us as a reminder of just how easily viruses can spread, and make us all think about what we touch on a daily basis. One thing that’s unavoidable is going to stores and paying for goods — whether it’s your weekly groceries or a new pair of shoes. But you can reduce your risk factors here: perhaps now’s the perfect time to start using contactless payments.
After four long years of regular, and then not-so-regular updates, Samsung has now pulled the plug on support for the Galaxy S7 series.