You are about to visit Secured link

Google Pay adds web browser on desktop and iOS support

Up until now, Google Pay (combination of Google Wallet and Android Pay) worked in the Chrome web browser, and of course, you could also access the service through its Android app. It's expanding now, as the company has announced the service now works in additional web browsers, with desktop and iOS platforms being added to the list as well. We're starting to roll out Google Pay on the web from desktop and iOS — which means you'll start seeing it when you're shopping on browsers like Chrome, Safari, and Firefox, no matter your device. Your saved cards will automatically sync to...



Project Fi officially rebrands to Google Fi, finally supports iPhones and most Android devices

The prematurely posted report from yesterday was right: Google has indeed rebranded its Project Fi carrier into Google Fi. To further mark its exit from beta status, it's also announced that the network finally supports iPhones and most Android devices. There's a huge catch, however. While you can bring your own phone to Fi, in order to benefit from the full functionality of the service you still need to use one of only a few Android handsets that the carrier is offering directly (or has in the past). This means that the smart network switching between T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular,...



PayPal support comes to Samsung Pay

Samsung has added PayPal as a payment method in its mobile payments service Samsung Pay. Effectively, Pay users can now use their PayPal balance to make purchases anywhere - in-app, online and in eligible stores. "Users simply add their PayPal account to Samsung Pay, and can then spend the balance anywhere Samsung Pay is accepted," the South Korean tech giant said in a press release. Currently, the feature is only available in the United States, but the company says it will expand to other countries soon - specific markets and exact timeframes, however, weren't revealed. This...



Samsung Galaxy Note8 dual camera to come with 3x Optical Zoom

The Galaxy Note8 leaks just keep on coming ahead of the August 23 launch. This latest one comes from Samsung Electro-Mechanics, the division responsible for the mobile camera modules. It posted on a guidance of how a dual camera module works. Since Galaxy Note8 is expected to be the first globally launched smartphone with such setup, it's a safe to assume that the guide will apply to the phablet's camera. The first feature in the guidance is called Super Night Shot. A comparison reveals how an image looks when taken with a single camera smartphone and how the second...



OnePlus 6T market launch to start on October 30

OnePlus 6T is arriving on October 17 and the phone is pretty much revealed in renders, teasers and press images. The device will have an in-display fingerprint scanner, will skip on the 3.5 mm audio jack, and will have a 10% bigger battery than the predecessor OnePlus 6. A new bit of information has also been revealed thanks to an Amazon India listing - the market launch date, which appears to be October 30. This is the day when a pre-order offer is ending and the OnePlus 6T should be shipping and appearing on retailer's shelves. The OnePlus 6T will have a lot in common with the...