Secure Encrypted IM Messaging Chat by SECUMOBI

We are discovering on daily basis new IT security threats and other backdoor holes from NSA Snowden cases to Heartbleed security flaws. SECUMOBI has launched a patented technology for real time voice calls encryption and highly secure instant chat messaging based on a micro SD card that you insert in your Android mobile phone and run into a custom made VOIP, VOLTE Android application.

SECUMOBI secure calls messaging android app
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.encrypted.secumobi

The company behind SECUMOBI is a Swedish based SINVO AB with aims to launch new custom made products for any connected devices that answer all the demands that they had received from businesses, governments, and critical private celebrities that needs a highly encrypted solution. Download SECUMOBI Quick Guide in PDF Format
Secure Encrypted SRTP Voice Messaging Server

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Micro SD Card Encrypted End to End Authentication SECUMOBI

Pay with Mobile SEQR app directly at McDonald’s Sweden

McDonald‘s Sweden decided some time ago to offer their customers the possibility of paying with their mobile. Today the mobile payment solution SEQR is available at restaurants across Sweden and guests make purchases by scanning the unique QR-code displayed at checkout and enter their personal PIN-code. Now SEQR’s payment solution is being integrated with the existing McDonald’s app, which is one of Sweden’s most downloaded, with approximately half a million active users a month.

SEQR’s self-developed technology bypasses the card companies and is independent from phone operators. This means that it can be applied to almost all payment situations; in-store, e-commerce and mobile. McDonald’s has long been in the forefront of digital initiatives and has now became one of the first companies to integrate SEQR in its own app. In order to pay guests simply choose SEQR within the McDonald’s app which then opens up automatically. If the user has not already downloaded SEQR they will automatically directed to Appstore/Google Play.

SEQR Secure mobile wallet payment app

SEQR Secure mobile wallet payment app


“Today 65% of Swedes use a smartphone and many companies have developed their own apps in an attempt to meet consumer demand and create brand loyalty. However, these apps have until now not had the possibility of integrating the actual consumer payments. Like McDonald’s, restaurants and other merchants have the opportunity to integrate SEQR in their apps. Online magazines, for example, can easily sell content directly to consumer via their mobiles,” says Anders Forssten, Global Marketing Manager for Seamless, the company behind SEQR.

To highlight the integration, SEQR and McDonald’s are initiating a campaign together offering users a Cheeseburger for 1 SEK (10 eurocent) when paying with SEQR.

“We always want to deliver the best service to our guests, both in our restaurants and in our app. The app already included information on offers and our menu, complete with nutrition and allergy information, and engaging campaigns. Now our Swedish guests can also make smooth and fast payments through the app,” says Kajsa Dahlberg, Head of Digital Engagement for McDonald’s Sweden.

Today, SEQR is the only mobile payment solution on the Swedish market that allows consumers to pay in stores and online. In addition to making payments, users can transfer money (P2P), save receipts digitally, connect loyalty programs, pay for parking and redeem offers through digital coupons.

***Images available in press room http://www.mynewsdesk.com/seqr

For more information:
Cecilia Lago Albright, Press Contact Seamless +46 707 43 13 45, Cecilia.albright@seamless.se
Kajsa Dahlberg, Head of Digital Engagement for McDonald’s Sweden, +46 707-354 87 50

This information is such information that Seamless Distribution AB (publ) is required to disclose pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instrument Trading Act. The information was released for publication on March 10, 2014 at 08.00 am (CET).

ABOUT SEQR, by Seamless
SEQR (se•cure) is Sweden’s and Europe’s most used mobile wallet in stores and online. SEQR enables anybody with a smartphone to pay in stores, at restaurants, parking lots and online, transfer money at no charge, connect loyalty programs, store receipts digitally and receive offers and promotions directly through one mobile app. Through the SEQR app, the user simply scans or taps a QR-code/NFC at check-out and approves the purchase by entering a PIN code. Fast, smooth and safe, SEQR’s payment solution enables merchants to lower interchange fees significantly compared to those charged by traditional card companies. SEQR’s unique transaction platform has been developed by Seamless, one of the world’s largest suppliers of payment systems for mobile phones.

Founded in 2001 and active in 30 countries, Seamless handles more than 3, 1 billion transactions annually through 525 000 active sales outlets. 4 600 merchants have chosen SEQR including Sweden’s largest grocery chains, fast food chains and national retailer chains including McDonald’s, Hemköp and Ur&Penn. SEQR was launched in Romania in 2013 and is scheduled to launch in Finland and Belgium in the spring of 2014. In 2013, SEQR won the Mobile Money Global Award for Best Mobile Money Deployment in Europe. Seamless is traded on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm, under the SEAM ticker. www.seqr.com

Google & Pandora for Infotainment in Cars

Google and Pandora Partnering with Auto Brands for In-Car Services during this year with few automotive brands such as Audi, Honda, Hyundai, BMW, Toyota, GM and Honda.
The news was announced via Open Automotive Alliance (OAA) and the Android Blog
Pandora:
1.58 billion Listening Hours
76.2 Million Active Monthly Listeners

Very Nice Search Organic Traffic improvements :)

Pandora Web Radio SEO search traffic

Pandora Web Radio SEO search traffic

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New roads ahead for Android and the Open Automotive Alliance
Tech companies and auto industry leaders join forces to make the connected car a reality in 2014
January 6, 2014 [12:01AM]
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.; INGOLSTADT, Germany; DETROIT, Mich.; TOKYO, Japan; SEOUL, South Korea., January 6, 2014 – Extending the success of the Android ecosystem, which has seen over one billion devices activated to date, a coalition of auto and technology companies announced today a new industry alliance aimed at bringing the Android platform to a device that’s always been mobile: the car.
Audi, GM, Google, Honda, Hyundai and NVIDIA have joined together to form the Open Automotive Alliance (OAA), a global alliance of technology and auto industry leaders committed to bringing the Android platform to cars starting in 2014. The OAA is dedicated to a common platform that will drive innovation, and make technology in the car safer and more intuitive for everyone.
The OAA is aimed at accelerating auto innovation with an approach that offers openness, customization and scale, key tenets that have already made Android a familiar part of millions of people’s lives. This open development model and common platform will allow automakers to more easily bring cutting-edge technology to their drivers, and create new opportunities for developers to deliver powerful experiences for drivers and passengers in a safe and scalable way.
“The worlds of consumer and automotive technologies have never been more closely aligned, and this alliance will only pave the way for faster innovation,” said Ricky Hudi, Head of Electrics/Electronics Development at AUDI AG. “Working toward a common ecosystems benefits driver safety above all.”
“Partnering with Google and the OAA on an ecosystem that spans across vehicles and handheld mobile devices furthers our mission to bring vehicles into our owners digital lives and their digital lives into their vehicles,” said Mary Chan, President of General Motors’ Global Connected Consumer unit. “We see huge opportunities for the Android platform paired with OnStar 4G LTE connectivity in future Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles.”
“Millions of people are already familiar with Android and use it everyday,” said Sundar Pichai, SVP of Android, Chrome & Apps at Google. “The expansion of the Android platform into automotive will allow our industry partners to more easily integrate mobile technology into cars and offer drivers a familiar, seamless experience so they can focus on the road.”
“We are very pleased to join this alliance with Google as a founding member because Honda is committed to providing the very best connected-car experience to our customers,” said Yoshiharu Yamamoto, president, CEO and director of Honda R&D Co., Ltd. “The Honda team is looking forward to collaborating with Google and all OAA members to help advance the safety, value and ease of use of connected-car technologies.”
“Through the OAA, our customers using Android devices will soon be able to enjoy the continuous user experience in their Hyundai and Kia vehicles.” said Dr. Woong-Chul Yang, Vice Chairman of R&D, Hyundai Motor Group. “By introducing the latest IT technologies safely and securely throughout our full range of vehicles, we continually strive to provide the highest levels of convenience and enhance the in-vehicle experience.”
“The car is the ultimate mobile computer. With onboard supercomputing chips, futuristic cars of our dreams will no longer be science fiction,” said Jen-Hsun Huang, president and chief executive officer, NVIDIA. “The OAA will enable the car industry to bring these amazing cars to market faster.”
OAA members share a vision for the connected car, and bringing these open standards of innovation to the market will help extend people’s mobile experience seamlessly to another platform they already know and love. Timing from each automaker will vary, but you can expect to see the first cars with Android integration by the end of this year. The OAA invites other automotive technology companies to join in this endeavor.

Les 100 meilleurs sites en France – Visites par Moteur de Recherche Google et Autres

Google.FR 11/17/2013

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Damn what an Ad by VOLVO TRUCKS! EPIC SPLIT

Watch Jean-Claude Van Damme carry out his famous split between two reversing trucks. Never done before, JCVD says it’s the most epic of splits — what do you think? Please share & comment!
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Jean Claude Van Damn Volvo Nailed That Commerical! http://t.co/fe0cxOjRAM #volvoepicsplit #JCVD

This live test was set up to demonstrate the precision and directional stability of Volvo Dynamic Steering — a world first technology that makes the new Volvo FM easier to drive.

Filmed in Spain on a closed-off landing field at sunrise in one take.
Directed by Andreas Nilsson
Soundtrack by Enya: Only Time

More about Volvo Dynamic Steering:

http://volvotrucks.com/fm

Don’t miss coming films and other exciting material:

https://www.facebook.com/VolvoTrucks

https://twitter.com/VolvoTrucks

See the Teaser with Jean-Claude Van Damme and the technician behind the new steering: http://youtu.be/Yatg89gi0nM

Google YouTube Music going ALL-IN for Organic Search Traffic

How would the other music labels defend the direct search traffic conversion towards Google and YouTube properties?
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Check out these simple search queries related to few popular singers where Lady Gaga is popular worldwide and Ziad Rahbany for Lebanese and Arabs diaspora.

The Estimated current organic search traffic value for allmusic.com website is around $1,643,856 per month.

Actual Organic Search Traffic for AllMusic.com

Actual Organic Search Traffic for AllMusic.com


(email us to get the full value of organic traffic to all other related music websites elias.kai AT Gmail DOT com)

Imagine if one morning all music related site and apps (spotify, rdio, pandora, tunein, deezer, listenarabic) will wake up with all search traffic turned up to be owned by Google with a direct monetisation level of each singer name, songs, labels, lyrics and other valuable items for this industry which is the online and mobile tickets concerts booking systems?

Lady Gaga Search on Google

Lady Gaga Search on Google

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Is it too early for some to start thinking of a good exit?

What if Google is going to offer few mobile phones with unlimited phone calls?
What if Google is going to offer free driven green cars?

How would Google monetize all of it? Well, really simple Geo-Based Location Audio, Video, advertisement targeted to your instant behavior! :)

Warner Music Group
Warner Music drew criticism and outrage for refusing to put its music on Google‘s music site Google Music, but relented a year after the

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“Google Music Arrives On iOS, Includes A Free Month Of “All Access” Radio” http://t.co/JQntCv7Ayv

3D inForm Dynamic Shape Display

Check the future of display and demonstrating your 3D projects in a collaborative framework :)

We are currently exploring a number of application domains for the inFORM shape display. One area we are working on is Geospatial data, such as maps, GIS, terrain models and architectural models. Urban planners and Architects can view 3D designs physically and better understand, share and discuss their designs. We are collaborating with the urban planners in the Changing Places group at MIT on this (http://cp.media.mit.edu/). In addition, inFORM would allow 3D Modelers and Designers to prototype their 3D designs physically without 3D printing (at a low resolution). Finally, cross sections through Volumetric Data such as medical imaging CT scans can be viewed in 3D physically and interacted with. We would like to explore medical or surgical simulations. We are also very intrigued by the possibilities of remotely manipulating objects on the table.

Source: http://tangible.media.mit.edu/project/inform/

inform 3d dynamic display

inform 3d dynamic display

3d inform dynamic display collobaration

3d inform dynamic display collobaration

Listen to Your Music on Google Glass – Would you like some location based Ads?

Listen to Your Music on Google Glass… And Would you like to have music for free but enable location based audio ads?

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New features have been added to Glass, which isn’t publicly available yet. The enhanced, music-oriented feature set includes:

Sound search: The feature has been added to voice commands. Music recognition technology is triggered by the phrase “OK Glass. What song is this?”. Much like Shazam, it displays details such as artist, title, year, and album cover.

Google Play: Another voice command will pull up songs from users’ libraries and from Google Play Music All Access. This can be triggered directly from sound search, making the process of listening to discovered tracks easy.

Glass Earbuds: These will be available at the end of November for a steep $85. The lightweight earbuds are designed for active users. They are “engineered to deliver crisp, full-range audio while still letting you hear your surroundings” and come in five colors.

Google Glass has posted a video of Young Guru putting the new features to work. He uses the device to help him speak Spanish, identify a song, email the song to a friend, listen to the song, and record and incorporate audio in a studio session. Young Guru is a DJ, producer, USC artist in residence, and is part of the Google Glass Explorer program.

Soon to be released with www.ListenArabic.com – Why not?