Huawei will launch its new flagship phone, the 5G-capable Mate 30 Pro, next month despite it won’t be using Android and Google apps. The temporary reprieve on Huawei’s US ban doesn’t apply to new Huawei products.
Line Pay has partnered with VISA to bring new blockchain solutions, contactless payments, and a pre-paid digital visa card. Line says that with this new partnership, they will be able to reach 187 million people around the world.
After the Trump administration blacklisted Huawei last week, tech companies in the U.S. including Google, have started mulling out options to cut ties with its Chinese counterpart Huawei.
Telegram launched private testing of its Telegram Open Network. The new blockchain is available to several development teams at the moment.
Google’s mobile payments and loyalty platform has a new look for the already established features, plus new tools to help track payments and others.
Thanks to Basepay ambitious plans, cryptocurrency payments will soon become available to a great number of people all over the world.
Google is bringing together some of its payment services under a new brand called Google Pay. The service will simplify online payments and accelerate access to users’ payment information.
Reportedly, LG has encountered certain problems while testing its mobile payment service LG Pay and had to cancel the scheduled launch.
Mi Pay is launched in collaboration with China UnionPay.