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Smartphones and tablets are transforming the future of health, personal care, and beauty treatments.
With treatments such as anti aging face lifting gaining momentum, there are various apps that allow users to find out their personal skin care elements: by answering a set of simple questions, anyone can find out how to provide the best skin care.
Personal care products is not high on the list of transactions performed by consumers buying with a smartphone: only 8%, according to a research by CMB and i Moderate Technologies.
Smartphones are used primarily for comparison shopping, finding the nearest store, and checking for discounts.
This, they say, is just another sign of the radical agenda of the LGBT left that seeks to undermine Christianity in the United States as we know it.
However, when one examines this situation more closely, a much less dramatic and nuanced perspective emerges.
Spark Networks, the owner of the popular religious dating websites J-Date and Christian Mingle, were recently sued focusing on a California anti-discrimination law which requires “business establishments to offer full and equal accommodations to people regardless of their sexual orientation.” The lawsuit focused on website Christian Mingle, which did not have options for LGBT people to join the site, requiring that men match with women and vice versa.
The idea behind Coffee Meets Bagel is to provide users with a faster paced experience versus traditional online dating.
Users are allowed to see if they connect with someone in a much shorter period of time with less time invested in survey questions and other matchmaking questionnaires.
Popular apps used when shopping are scanner applications for 2D barcodes or QR codes. With astronomical rates of increase in the use of tablets and smartphones, the teens apparel sector is experiencing an important transformation.
American Eagle launched a Google Wallet mobile shopping experience in selected store and launched (as did Macy’s) location-based mobile services that can reward shoppers as soon as they enter the store.
Spark Networks agreed to pay the legal fees and ,000 to each plaintiff and committed to adjust their services over the next two years to give “gays and lesbian singles a more tailored experience.” wrote, “Advocates for traditional marriage consider the Christian Mingle lawsuit settlement an infringement on religious liberty, grouping the decision with broader societal and legal pressure on those opposed to gay marriage.” Ben Shapiro of wrote, “In the latest sign that the judiciary has gone completely off the rails, a judge has now forced the owners of Christian Mingle.com, Spark, to include same-sex matches on their website.