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The Federal Reserve's policy-making committee meets again Aug. 21. As expected, the Federal Reserve cuts interest rates for the sixth time this year, citing concerns over a slowing economy. The federal funds rate was lowered 25 basis points to 3.75 percent, a seven-year low. In its statement, the Fed said it remains concerned about the sagging U.S. economy, adding that it sees conditions that indicate further deterioration. On the stock markets, the Nasdaq composite index and Dow Jones industrial average dipped lower soon after the Fed announcement but then recovered, perhaps indicating that some investors expected the Fed to cut rates by as many as 50 points.

CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Busted smartphones and busted wallets, Dear Maggie,My question is regarding cellular service contracts and smartphones, I am a longtime Verizon Wireless customer, In our household, we have owned five smartphones over the past three years, Four out of those five smartphones have failed prior to the two-year contract expiration, There have been software issues, touch-screen failures and one of the phones just went bonkers, These smartphones all made it past the one-year warranty, which leaves us with an inoperative phone and usually about one more year of a contract to fulfill, Verizon has no good answer for this, Their remedy is to purchase another phone with data at full price, I have purchased two used smartphones in order to fulfill my contract, Now that I am due case for apple iphone 7 plus - clear/gold foil/confetti dot multi for a new contract, I am afraid to purchase another smartphone, Prices for new smartphones are now even higher, and it appears contract periods are lengthening, What do you suggest?..

The area of mobile payments is a hotbed of activity, drawing in everyone from tech giants like Google to credit card providers and wireless carriers. The companies see big opportunities in adding services on top of mobile payments and in developing a stronger relationship with customers through their smartphones. Pay with Square is a little known but handy service offered to iPhone and Android users. Consumers link a credit card to the account once and open a tab at a store or restaurant. Once there, consumers don't have to pull out a wallet at all; the store can sense the phone's location and automatically transfer payment. The cashier can verify the identity of the buyer through a picture ID and name that pops up on their screen.

This set of newcomers can help you decide what to snack on but they can also introduce new terms of endearment into your conversations, For example, the cupcake emoji, which so far is much less controversial than the bagel emoji, could be a sweet new way to address a loved one, though the bagel could be used as a symbol for cuddling along case for apple iphone 7 plus - clear/gold foil/confetti dot multi with the cupcaking, Yes, this one can mean lettuce, salad or even cannabis if you like to use rap parlance, But there's also hidden pun potential behind this leafy emoji, Lettuce entertain you with the new lettuce emoji every time you want to say, "Let's!" Thank you, I'll be here all week, try the llama (one of the cutest of the new animal additions, by the way)..

If you're sticking to the beaten track, What Now? helps you find the international equivalent of the local sites you use at home -- for example, helping you find a restaurant-booking site like Open Table when you're in foreign cities, such as Toptable in Great Britain or La Forchette in France. What Now? is also the official tourist app for London tourist body visitlondon.com. When you've found something fun to do, Peachinc can sort you out with tickets. It sends mobile tickets that stick a QR-style code on your phone to get you into events. But the clever thing is that their codes are so compact they can be sent by SMS -- and therefore, displayed on the screen of even an old phone like the Nokia 3210 lurking in your drawer. Handy in emerging markets, where it's already being used, as a f'r'example, on the turnstiles of a Saudi soccer stadium.


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