LG's Watch Sport has everything: a big, beautiful P-OLED display, a high-speed processor, NFC for Android Pay, LTE for independent connectivity, and a massive 430mAh battery. It's also the first smartwatch to ship with Android Wear 2.0 (though certainly not the last) which means that early adopters can benefit from all the platform's new features, including a refreshed interface and improved notifications.
SINGAPORE: Apple Pay, Android Pay, DBS PayLah!, Dash and Liquid Pay are just some of the growing number of mobile payment options that have transformed the way purchases can be made in Singapore. Consumers simply need to use their smart mobile devices to pay for their purchases at the cashier ...
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Citymapper's brief bus experiment in London was more than a one-off. The company, which runs an independent transport and navigation app, is now planning a permanent bus route in the middle of East London. Like its two-day trial in May, the new service will utilise bright green buses equipped with USB ports for charging (a godsend when you're traveling home at the end of a long day) and a big screen upfront for regularly updated route information. Unlike before, however, this service won't be free; you'll have to pay a small fee with a contactless card, Apple Pay or Android Pay.
Samsung has today made it possible to use the Gear S3 smartwatch with Samsung Pay, the company's alternative contactless payment method to Android Pay and Apple Pay, in the UK. What is Samsung Pay, how does it work and what banks are supported? With...
Google put in SafetyNet to make sure that Android Pay – and other banking and financial features in Android – remain secure from hacking or malicious attacks. This means that for Android Pay to work, SafetyNet will need to make sure that the firmware of the device is the approved and official version. This means
Here's the top tech news for Tuesday. 1. ANZ has become the first Big Four bank to be on all three major digital wallets. Today the bank joined Samsung Pay, adding to their existing Apple Pay and Android Pay capabilities. This is in stark contrast to the other three majors – Commonwealth, Westpac and NAB – that has resisted getting onto Apple Pay, pending a dispute with the tech giant about access to its hardware. Read more on the situation here.
ANZ has joined Samsung Pay, becoming the first of the big four Australian banks to be on all three major digital wallets. The bank had already been the only one of the majors to be on Apple Pay and was already available on Android Pay.
If using your PayPal balance feels more convenient than tapping into your credit or debit card, Samsung Pay now supports the option, just like Android Pay.
Samsung has announced that its mobile payments services, Samsung Pay, will soon support PayPal payments in-store, on the web, and in-app — basically anywhere Samsung Pay is accepted. The news comes three months after Google’s Android Pay service added support for PayPal, while last week Apple revealed that you could now pay for digital goods through
If you are a Magisk user, and you fired up Pokemon Go or Android Pay today just to be met with an error message, you aren't alone. The game of cat and rooted mouse continues, as Google's detection methods have expanded again to catch Magisk 13.2, which is the latest version. But, Magisk developer topjohnwu expects to have things fixed soon.