The Broadview

Mobile payments provide convenience

Senior Anna Doggett pays for her lunch at Mayflower Market using Apple Pay, like she does most days. Instead of cash, Doggett uses mobile payment methods more often than she uses cash or a debit card when purchasing her meals or buying products.

Cece Giarman, Editor-in-Chief

November 1, 2018

When she pays for her frequent lunches at Mayflower Market, senior Anna Doggett avoids fumbling through her wallet to count out exact change by hovering her phone over the card reader using Apple Pay. Doggett is a part of the growing digital payment movement driven by the services which aim to make payi...

Smartphones targeted by thieves

February 7, 2012

Isabelle Pinard & Rebecca Lee Dozens of passengers travel by Muni or BART with earbuds in and smartphones out, but in a matter of seconds their cell phones could be whisked out of their grips and into a thief’s hands. San Francisco is one of the top 20 cities for cell phone loss or theft, with...

iPads to be adapted into classrooms

Theology teacher Paul Pryor-Lorentz places an inventory label on an iPad for use by a faculty member. Teachers involved in the program received their iPads last Thursday and will begin curriculum development immediately.

February 17, 2011

Zoe Newcomb Editor-in-Chief Rising sophomores and incoming freshman slated to be the first group of students participating in a pilot program integrating Apple Computer’s iPad into select classes, with the goal of making the technology standard for all students within the next few years. “I’m ...

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