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1:20
Jul 30, 2018

Absa clients first to get Samsung Pay in SA

South Africans who bank with Absa will be among the first people to try out Samsung's mobile payment and digital wallet service.

2:00
Aug 18, 2017

Apple's Cook disagrees with Trump on Virginia violence

CEO Tim Cook joins a chorus of business leaders who have voiced their opposition to president Donald Trump.

7:00
Jun 7, 2017

Apple to make iPhone screen repairs easier

Customers in 25 countries will soon have more choices as Apple looks to reduce long wait times for iPhone repairs at its retail stores.

4:20
May 19, 2017

WeChat seeks even more China clicks

Developers are tasked with increasing user engagement through new 'mini-programs' on WeChat.

1:10
Apr 28, 2017

Apple plans to launch money-transfer service

The firm is in talks about launching a money-transfer service that will allow iPhone owners to transfer money digitally to other iPhone users.

3:20
Mar 31, 2017

Apple fights other mobile payment services

The firm wins a victory in its global fight to prevent banks from introducing their own mobile payment services on Apple devices.

3:20
Sep 1, 2016

Apple Pay, Android Pay purchases to surge

Purchases via Apple Pay and Android Pay are expected to reach $8 billion by 2018, says Juniper Research.

2:30
Jun 14, 2016

Apple opens Siri to outside developers

iPhone users may soon be able to hail an Uber hands-free, as Apple lets outside developers tinker with Siri.

4:50
Jun 2, 2016

Apple Pay struggles outside the US

Despite its US success, the mobile payment system has made little impact in the global payments market.

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Top trends shaping the payments industry today

The world of payments has been steadily moving away from coins and notes for decades.

2:20
Feb 22, 2016

Samsung, LG go head-to-head

The rivals unveil their latest flagship devices, with the LG receiving a warm welcome and the Galaxy S7 generating less buzz.

3:20
Feb 18, 2016

Apple Pay takes on China's Internet kings

Going live in China today, Apple Pay aims to convince the hundreds of millions of users of the country's entrenched services to switch.

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