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How To Use Google Pay

5 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

A new form of payment has managed to find its way into the mainstream: smartphones. Both major smartphone manufacturers, Apple and Samsung, have developed their very own ‘smart pay' apps, called Apple Pay and Samsung Pay respectively. Google's counterpart is Google Pay. The tech giant jumped into the game quite early on , back in September of 2015. As of October 2017, though, the system has been re-branded to Google Pay. Before diving into the details about setting and using Google Pay, allow me to familiarize you with the basics of the term ‘contact-less payments'. What are contact-less...
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050: Gmail redesign leaks, I/O 18 schedule, Google app design tweaks | 9to5Google Daily

050: Gmail redesign leaks, I/O 18 schedule, Google app design tweaks | 9to5Google Daily

5 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Google

Today we've got news that Google is planning to roll out its long-awaited redesign for the web Gmail client, a leak of that design, Google I/O schedule updates, and Google app news - a new design in testing, and cat and dog breeds in Lens.
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Apple's Siri Learns New Jokes

Apple's Siri Learns New Jokes

5 monthes ago   |   By Mac Rumors

Apple appears to have recently updated Siri on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and HomePod with a slew of new jokes to tell. Based on reports on Twitter and from MacRumors readers, the new jokes started rolling out earlier this month.
When you ask Siri a question like "tell me a joke" on an iOS device, Mac, or the HomePod, Siri has dozens of fresh responses to share with you.
"What's the difference between roast beef and pea soup? Anyone can roast beef."
"One night, I paid $20 to see Prince. But I partied like it was $19.99."
"I taught a wolf to meditate. Now he's Aware Wolf."
"What do you call a...
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Apple Reminds Developers App Updates Must Support 64-Bit Starting June 2018, Warns Customers About Unoptimized Apps

Apple Reminds Developers App Updates Must Support 64-Bit Starting June 2018, Warns Customers About Unoptimized Apps

5 monthes ago   |   By Mac Rumors

Apple today reminded developers about upcoming changes being made to the Mac App Store. Starting on June 1, all new app updates submitted to the Mac App Store must support 64-bit.
Apple already requires new apps submitted to the Mac App Store to offer 64-bit support, a change that went into effect in January of 2018, so this upcoming policy shift will only affect older apps that have not yet implemented 64-bit support.
Along with the warning to developers, Apple says customers who are running the latest macOS 10.13.4 update will begin receiving warning messages when launching a 32-bit app...
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Today's Apps Gone Free: Bring Me Cakes, MaxDominator and Anchor Pointer

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