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My initial reaction when I heard about Android Pay in Google I/O last week was, what about Google Wallet!? Like a lot of Android fans, I was pretty giddy back
Here’s a bit of a refresher of some of the things that were announced at Google’s yearly developer conference, Google I/O 2015.
Via a Google+ post, the Google Wallet team tells that it is building a new Wallet app for Android and iOS. This app will allow anyone who has a US
In what is being seen as an attempt to revive its mobile payment system – Google Wallet, the search engine giant is set to unveil a new service called Android Pay at
A confession of mine, I have never eaten at Dunkin’ Donuts. I have heard great things about them, and I love donuts, I just happen to live in a city where
ChowNow, an online ordering and marketing platform for restaurants, has partnered with Google to bring Google Wallet to thousands of restaurants across the United States. As of today, any restaurant
Back in September, Apple introduced Apple Pay, a feature that allows users with an iPhone 6 or Apple Watch to pay for things with their device rather than a credit
Back in 2010, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon all teamed together to introduce Softcard (back then it was ISIS), a mobile payment competitor to Google Wallet, so that carriers had better
Now rolling out to the Google Play Store, the Google Play Services has been updated to version 6.5 and adds in some nice new features to a variety of apps.
Google is steadily making their way around their apps estate adding material design to as they go along, and now it’s Google Wallets turn. What’s new other than the material
Google Wallet seems to sometimes be forgotten about by Google, rarely receiving any updates. It is, however, receiving quite a big update. The features will be for both Android and
As many of you know we are right in the middle of graduation season, and Father’s Day is just around the corner. Instead of the annual tie or cliche’ socks from
Google has recently pushed an update to its Wallet app allowing users to use multiple Google accounts on Wallet. No major changes to the user interface have happened except for
Domino’s Pizza on Monday announced that customers can now order and pay for their pizza using Google Wallet. The payment system has been integrated into the mobile ordering application for
Google will soon be cutting off support for the tap and pay feature on devices not running yet running KitKat. Pre-KitKat devices aren’t quite as secure as devices running 4.4