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Australia to regulate digital payments like Apple Pay under new legislation

November 27, 2023

Via: BGR

Today, Australia’s government announced it would bring Apple Pay, Google Pay, and other digital payment services into a new regulatory legislation alongside credit cards and other payments, Reuters reported. This new legislation is set to be introduced to parliament this […]


App Review, Applications

T-Mobile ditches AutoPay discount for Apple Pay despite history of security woes

June 26, 2023

Via: 9to5Mac

T-Mobile’s long-feared and unpopular change to AutoPay is set to officially go into effect next month. Starting on July 25, T-Mobile will no longer accept credit cards, Apple Pay, or Google Pay for AutoPay. This means that if you want […]


App Review, Applications

The new Google Wallet is starting to show up on people’s phones

July 18, 2022

Via: The Verge

Google Wallet, the app that will replace Google Pay in many countries (more on that in a moment), has started to show up on people’s phones. According to Google spokesperson Chaiti Sen, the company has “started rolling out the Wallet […]


Android Phone, Products

The Pixel-exclusive rebirth of a beloved Android feature

December 1, 2021

Via: ComputerWorld

Friends, rabbits, internet-persons, lend me your ears (bunny-shaped or otherwise). Today, we need to take a titillating trip back in time — ’cause a pivotal part of our Android-flavored past is about to poke its way into the present. So […]


App Review, Applications

Google Pay gains international money transfer support at last

May 11, 2021

Via: Phone Arena

Launched all the way back in 2015 as Android Pay on the underlying technology of Google Wallet and rebranded as Google Pay a little over three years ago, the search giant’s Apple Pay-rivaling digital wallet platform has been slowly but […]


App Review, Applications

Apple Pay vs. Samsung Pay vs. Google Pay: Which mobile payment system is best?

June 14, 2018

Via: CNET

Mobile payment systems want you to swap your wallet for a phone or in some cases, a watch. Rather than carrying around cash and cards, just tap your phone to pay. Currently, the three most established systems are from Apple, […]