Unlike the AT&T application, which is free, the one being offered by Sprint tacks a $2 per month surcharge on your phone bill.
As we reported back in August, the embedding of high technology into our automobiles might soon lead to car thefts featuring something a bit more technically involved than simply smashing a window and hot-wiring a car.
Are we so dependent on our technology that we’ve got to leave it up not to our own devices, but to our devices – our smartphones – to keep us under control?
In this commissioned study, Travelers examined each of their auto insurance claims that were filed over the last sixteen months. They report that there has been a substantial increase in the number of claims filed on mobile devices.
While many car insurance companies provide smartphone applications that offer policy service, State Farm’s Driver Feedback app, currently available for devices running Apple iOS, has a different goal than being an outlet for customer service. This app aims to make[...]