Hands-On with Google Wallet
A quick tour of Google Wallet in action, using a Samsung Nexus S 4G for Sprint.
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We saw a quick demo of the Google Wallet app, in use buying a soda at a vending machine. It's very simple, apparently merely transmitting the credit card number (and expiration date, etc.) to the vending machine.
Also shown is a bit of the Google Wallet interface, including last transaction amount, card balance, and the screen to add money to your Google ("GCard") prepaid account:
Check out the video to see it in action:
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I talked to Samsung, and they said the phone was not capable of doing that. I am amazed that what appears to be a modern phone, cannot do a simple task like downloading my contact list. I have had phones that could do that as long as I remember. That certainly has worked with my our Blackberryâ€™s on a regular basis.
If anyone knows how...
All you need to do is export your outlook contacts ...