ISIS has been a solid alternative to Google Wallet for those who want a mobile payment system. Tap your NFC enabled device to a supported sensor inside a store, and your bank card is charged. No need to carry around your wallet or fumble with cards (not that it’s very difficult).
But with growing ... Read More »
QSD8250, QSD8650, MSM8255. What do these letters and numbers mean to you? Probably not much unless you’re a chipset nerd like us, who spends a lot of time reading Qualcomm’s Wikipedia page. But for the average consumer (or even the average techie) these weird model numbers couldn’t be more meaningless. And that’s a ... Read More »