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Huawei Watch 2 review

by Joshua Vergara 19 hours ago35 comments

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 review

by John Velasco 1 day ago19 comments

Super Mario Run is now live on Google Play

by David Imel 19 hours ago26 comments

Google officially announces Android O

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 days ago42 comments
16 articles

ISIS mobile payment system delayed again

After much fanfare surrounding the new mobile payment system being put forward by carriers, ISIS is encountering delays anew. A venture launched by AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile, the ...
by J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 14, 20122

ISIS coming in September to Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, HTC One X, Amaze 4G, Droid Incredible 4G LTE

Earlier today we heard that T-Mobile has made available an Ice Cream Sandwich build for its Galaxy S2 version that enables NFC/ISIS features on ...
by Chris SmithAugust 28, 20127

T-Mobile Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich update also brings NFC/ISIS support

While we keep talking about Google Wallet mobile payment features, that are available only on NFC-ready devices, the fact remains that Google is ...
by Chris SmithAugust 28, 20124

Google, ISIS and U.S. carriers join Mobile Payments Committee

Mobile payments are going to become more and more popular in the foreseeable future, and we’ll probably rely more and more on smart mobile devices ...
by Chris SmithAugust 9, 2012
 
 

How it Works: NFC (near field communication)

In our fourth edition of the “How it Works” series, we’re going to talk about NFC, or near field communication, a technology that’s being adopted by more and more smartphone ...
by Chris SmithJune 25, 20125

Paying with smartphones to outpace credit cards & cash by 2020, experts say

Cash? Forget it. Credit cards? How dated. More than two thirds of technology insiders believe that paying with smartphones will overtake both credit card payments and cash ...
by Mike AndriciApril 19, 20122
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