LG to Jump Into Mobile Payments Fray
LG has indicated it plans to offer a mobile payment service called LG Pay. The company has signed agreements with the largest credit card issuers in South Korea, Shinhan Card and KB Bookman Card. LG said LG Pay will work with all its phones, but it did not describe what technology it will use to power the system. Apple Pay and Android Pay use NFC, while Samsung Pay relies on NFC and MST for interacting with retail terminals. LG will launch LG Pay in Korea first, but the timeframe is unclear.
Apple, Samsung Support Digital Key for Unlocking Cars with Phones
Jun 21, 2018
The Car Connectivity Consortium this week announced release 1.0 of its Digital Key specification, which will let people use their phone to unlock their car. The spec supports the ability to lock, unlock, start, and share access to cars from smartphones and other devices.
AT&T-Run FirstNet More Generally Available to First Responders
Jun 11, 2018
AT&T today said fire, medical, police, and other first responders now have more access to its FirstNet network. FirstNet has been available for purchase by agencies, but hasn't been directly sold in stores.
Memoji Lets iPhone Users Make their Own, Self-Styled Animoji
Jun 4, 2018
iOS 12 will make iMessage more fun, says Apple, thanks to the addition of Memoji. Similar to the way Samsung's AR Emoji work, the iOS 12 Memoji will let people customize an animated emoji sticker that resembles their face.
Samsung Pay Launches In the US
Sep 28, 2015
Samsung today made its mobile payment service, Samsung Pay, available to U.S. consumers.
An other one?
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