The Google Pixel 2 launch has been nothing if not problematic. From screen burn-in issues to devices that failed QC being shipped to customers, the launch has been a tad messy and many people aren’t happy. Unfortunately, a new issue is ... Read More »
Though people in the US have been enjoying Android Pay for a long time now, Canadians haven’t been so lucky. Thankfully, rumor has it that the mobile payment service is coming to Canada by May 31.
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AliPay, the Chinese mobile payment system owned by Alibaba, is coming to the US. It would be hard to imagine a new mobile payment system succeeding, especially one most people here have never heard of, but the company has partnered with First Data to make it a reality.
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Android Pay already simplifies paying for your stuff in stores that support it. Rather than inserting your credit card, waiting a couple of years for it to process while staring downward, and pulling out your card as it beeps far too loud, you simply unlock your phone and tap it ... Read More »
Android Pay is a new feature coming to Android Wear 2.0, that is if you have the hardware in your watch to make it work. But if your watch has Android Wear 2.0 and NFC, you’ll be able to ... Read More »
Android Pay is finally coming to New Zealand, but it’s starting off pretty limited. The service is only compatible with the Bank of New Zealand, and only the BNZ Flexi Debit Visa card.
If you have this card, then you’ll be able to install the app and add your card. From there you’ll be ... Read More »
Yet another mobile payment system has emerged, this time in Canada. American Express has launched Amex Pay, an NFC mobile payment system built into the Amex CA app for Android.
This mobile payment system is similar to what Android Pay and Apple Pay offer. You connect your card, tap the phone to a compatible scanner, ... Read More »
Though many banks now support Android Pay, Chase has not offered any support for its cards in the mobile payment app, meaning that those with Chase cards have been left out. Thankfully, that’s about to change.
We knew that chase would eventually support Android Pay, but thanks to this leaked document, we have a ... Read More »
Android Pay is meant to be as simple as possible. You just unlock your phone, tap a sensor, and you’ve paid. Unfortunately, loyalty programs aren’t quite as easy. You still have to bring up your loyalty card and have the cashier scan a barcode.
Walgreens is changing that by becoming the first ... Read More »
As services like Android and Apple Pay have become the standard in payment systems, anyone trying to enter the game now has to have something good to compete. Samsung Pay, for example, doesn’t just rely on NFC for secure payments, it can also use traditional magnetic card readers by generating a magnetic field. ... Read More »