Samsung may alter its schedule to prevent clients from switching to 10nm chips from TSMC

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Samsung has cemented its position as the market leader currently all thanks to its 14nm FinFET production method that brought us the Exynos 7420 in the Galaxy S6 and this production process allowed Samsung to steal big customers like Apple and Qualcomm from Taiwan Semiconductor…

Standardized security might waive Android Pay transaction fee

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Standardized security might waive Android Pay transaction fee

Mobile payments are well on their way to becoming the next big tech trend, whether we like it or not. Apple Pay has been at the forefront of the technology, investing heftily in the system, despite retailer distrust and numerous technical and legal issues. In…

comScore US report says Android is still more popular than iOS

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ComScore has finished tallying up the numbers for the first three months of 2015 and it has a few facts to share about the US mobile market. The data shows that over the said period 188.6 million people in the US were identified as owning…

Apple no longer sells iPhones with a two year AT&T contract

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Apple no longer sells iPhones with a two year AT&T contract

Most people nowadays tend to go for carrier-subsidized deal on smartphones. It just seems logical since you are already paying for a subscription to a certain company and most people would prefer spacing out such a huge expense. This is definitely applicable for iPhones, especially…

Under 25% of top 100 US retailers currently accept Apple Pay

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Under 25% of top 100 US retailers currently accept Apple Pay

A vast majority of the top US retailers currently do not accept Apple Pay, according to a report from Reuters, which carried out a survey of the top 100 retailers in the country. As per the report, less than a quarter of the surveyed companies…