Agent remembers things so that you don’t have to. Here are 5 things that Agent can do for you automatically to make your life easier: Save your battery Silence your phone during meetings Remember where you’ve parked Auto-respond when you’re driving Allow only urgent calls and messages through when you’re sleeping Drive Agent is triggered by bluetooth. It can be configured to: -Silence your phone -Read SMS messages aloud -Auto respond to texters and callers to let them know you’re driving (editable message) -Only respond to your own hand-picked list -Reply to those not in your contact list Battery Agent is set to trigger at any percentage you choose. It helps conserve battery by giving you the option to: -Turn off bluetooth -Dim your screen -Pause autosync [note: this will NOT prevent you from getting texts and calls. It simply stop your apps from updating in the background] -Revert back to normal settings when your battery level goes over that trigger initial percentage Parking Agent remembers where you parked -It uses activity detection to determine when you’re driving -Pinpoints where you park on a map inside the app -Will remember your last five parking spots Meeting Agent syncs with your calendar to silence your phone when you don’t want to be disturbed -Can be configured to activate for busy events only -Gives you the ability to specify your working week so that it only syncs with your calendar on days and times you prefer Sleep Agent will silence your phone automatically when you go to sleep. You can configure the following: -Sleeping times -Minutes of inactivity before activating -Auto response to callers and texters during your sleeping hours -List of contacts that can wake you
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'This might rally them': Former FBI agent says Trump's move to fire Comey could backfire

A former FBI agent told Business Insider they were "surprised" at the timing of FBI Director James Comey's firing last week and that the ordeal would lead to increased camaraderie at the bureau. The ex-agent, who spoke on background to provide their candid thoughts on the fa…

Former FBI agent: Here's who Trump should pick as the next FBI director

A former FBI agent with more than two decades of service to the bureau told Business Insider in a recent interview who they believed would be a great choice to be the bureau's next director: Fran Townsend, the former homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush. The…

FBI agents were reportedly 'in tears' after James Comey was fired

Following the wave of criticism after President Donald Trump fired former FBI director James Comey on Tuesday afternoon, FBI agents were reportedly distraught at the abrupt departure of the head of their agency. "I'm literally in tears right now. That's all I have to say," s…

LivePerson launches platform to combine bots and human customer service agents

EXCLUSIVE: LivePerson has created a platform for monitoring the customer conversations carried out by both humans and bots on platforms like Chatfuel and IBM Watson. Called LiveEngage for Bots, the platform manages third-party bots together with customer service agents talking to customers in live c…

US border-patrol agents busted 67 pounds of marijuana — hidden in a coffin

On Saturday, US border agents at an immigration checkpoint southeast of Tucson, Arizona, noticed a white hearse traveling south on State Route 80. Later that evening, they saw the same vehicle traveling north on the same route but noticed it turn west before reaching the imm…

REPORT: Many undocumented immigrants recently rounded up by ICE agents had no criminal convictions

Roughly half of the 675 immigrants arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in February had either no criminal convictions, or had at most committed traffic violations, according to data obtained by The Washington Post. Of these: Two immigrants had been…
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