Square Announces Adding Support For Apple Pay In 2015

Square Apple Pay Support

Recently a report has been done by CNN Money on Square, and why they announced that they are accepting support with Apple Pay. The report goes on to say “Square founder Jack Dorsey — who also famously launched Twitter told CNN that he wants to help businesses accept all forms of payments, and Apple Pay is no exception.” They also go on to say, “Apple Pay and Square have generally been viewed as competitors in the mobile payment space, but Dorsey doesn’t see it that way.”
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Apple’s iPhones Infringing on Pager Technology?

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Apple Inc. was recently told to pay a Texas company $23.6 million after a jury found their iPhone, and other devices using SkyTel pager technology from the 90′s, and it is said without any permission. This is the second trial in which Cupertino, California-based Apple was accused of using pager technology without paying for it. They won the first case, involving a different company, last month in California.


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Eddy Cue And Host Rich DeMuro go on a Apple Pay Demonstration

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The two, which was ‘Apple executive’ Eddy Cue and Rich DeMuro of KTLA 5, went on a Apple pay demonstration, and explained some of the payment features. As the video goes on, they talk about some of Apple pay’s abilities, which sports some unique things about it. They also went on about how secure the new mobile payment service is, due to the fact that it uses Touch ID for authentication, and token-based transactions which simply hide credit card details.
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Apple Picks Samsung For 80% Supply of A-Series Mobile Processors

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According to the Korea Times, Apple and Samsung have struck a major ‘deal’. In this deal Samsung Electronics is said to supply Apple with a large majority of the application processors, these processors are used in the iPhone and iPad. Korea Times also notes that “Samsung will become a primary supplier of APs to Apple, pushing its chief Taiwanese rival TSMC back to second place”.


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