Google has begun swapping out Google Wallet and Android Pay with Google Pay.
Fast, simple checkout. Easy access to rewards and offers. One spot for purchases, passes, and payment methods. All of these are ways we’ve been working to make paying safer and easier for everyone, everywhere. And you can make the most of these features with the new Google Pay app for Android. Show More Summary
This article was adapted from a Google Testing on the Toilet (TotT) episode. You can download a printer-friendly version of this TotT episode and post it in your office. By Ben Yu Helper methods make it easier to create test data. But...Show More Summary
Snapchat has added Giphy's GIF stickers to Stories. They're also backtracking on their recent redesign with tabs for the Friends and Discover screens.
Samsung Pay is Samsung’s answer to Android Pay, which has now been renamed to Google Pay. Not only does it offer magnetic strip payments (which make it compatible with regular payment terminals rather [...]
Thanks to a drunken photo session at a kebab place that went down over the weekend, the internet is now in love with the Pixel 2 XL camera. Funny how these things happen, but a single Tweet that included four photos taken with a Pixel...Show More Summary
OpenSignal has published an updated State of LTE report for February, 2018. To be quite honest, 4G technology doesn’t seem to have evolved too much lately, given everyone is more focused on developing and deploying 5G, so this report doesn’t really have anything too exciting. Show More Summary
Madfinger Games' highly-anticipated MMOFPS is now finally up for pre-registration on the Google Play Store.
AT&T rolled out its “Sponsored Data” program not too long ago, and at first it was only available for its postpaid customers. Business customers were eventually brought into the mix, too, and now prepaid customers are seeing inclusion as well. As first noted by The Verge today, AT&T [...]
Now that we’re a full year into the return of unlimited data on almost all US wireless carriers, it’s time for an update on the current unlimited data plans from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Like we did last February and then again in August, we’ve got it all laid out for you in a … Continued Unlimited Plan Comparison: Verizon vs. Show More Summary
Many phones out there are still waiting for their update to Android 8.0 Oreo, but one company can safely say that their Android-powered scooter has it. Archos, a company based out of France, has just debuted the Citee Connect, an Android-powered scooter. It is equipped with a 5-inch display which the company has dubbed a [...]
If you use an Android device, it’s hard to escape Google Assistant’s reach. Google is putting its digital assistant in basically everything from your car with Android Auto to your living room on Android TV. Because of this, we have to...Show More Summary
The Samsung Rewards program offers points for users paying with the Samsung Pay app. However, users will earn half as many points from now on.
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You've heard of Android in the car, but how about Android on a scooter? The Archos Citee Connect is an Android-powered urban transport.
That’s a lie, who does want this thing? Archos, a company we haven’t written about in two years, but typically is known for budget-friendly devices you’d skip over, announced the “first Google Android scooter” today. It’s called the Archos Citee Connect, for those curious. Show More Summary
Regardless of the manufacturer name on the back of your Android device, you can install any one of the following apps and use it as your primary means to surf the web, manage email, or keep tabs on your agenda.
If you feel a bit strange about the front-facing camera just sitting there, staring at you like that, this is the feature for you.
We take the Google Pixel 2 out for a selfie-fest, comparing its front facing camera and modes to competitors like the Galaxy Note 8, the LG V30, the OnePlus 5T, and the Honor View 10!
Back in January, Google announced that it was shaking things up in the mobile payment space, effectively combining Android Pay and Google Wallet into one service. That new service is called Google Pay and the app is now rolling out for Android users. With it you’ll get a [...]