Apple Pay continues its European expansion and Samsung delays the next launch of its mobile payment service.
Making attempts to expand payments globally, Apple Pay has run into technical challenges, low consumer take-up and resistance from banks.
Japanese authorities are going to start the experiment with fingerprint payment terminals this summer.
Samsung doesn’t share many details until the official presentation at the Samsung Developer Conference next month.
Google is extending boundaries for its Android Pay that will be soon supported by the largest banks in the UK.
Verizon dispels prior information and publishes official data that Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will support Samsung Pay.
However, the number of retailers and consumers using mobile wallets as a convenient payment option remains relatively small.
This year’s CES trade show attracted thousands of producers, with IoT developers taking center stage during the event.
Samsung is rolling out a new lineup of smart TVs that will be ready for its Internet of Things (IoT) platform called ‘SmartThings’.
Samsung announces the SmartThings Hub that allows users to monitor, control, and secure their home.
Researchers admit that there have recently been too many hacks of the Internet of Things devices and warn about further ones.
Samsung makes dream of having home appliances connected to the Internet real. Its new platform Artik promises to connect 26 billion units by 2020.