Posts Tagged ‘credit card’

Apple Card packaging photos have just leaked ahead of the official launch, as some employees start receiving their cards. Check out the photos right here.

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Apple Card will eventually be made available internationally outside of the United States. Here’s everything you need to know about this exciting development.

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Apple has announced its own credit card dubbed, “Apple Card” as had been anticipated for some time. Here are all the details on this.

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Apple will reportedly launch its own credit card this year according to The Wall Street Journal. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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Here’s how you can easily add credit or debit cards to iOS Safari AutoFill system on an iPhone or iPad device.

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Mastercard has just announced new credit and debit cards with built-in fingerprint reader. Here are the details.

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Shoppers may be convinced in their droves to sign up to Amazon Prime based on its current offering and reward benefits, but the company has now extended those with the official introduction of the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card, which actually becomes its fourth branded credit card offering.

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Researchers have found out how easy it is to steal VISA credit or debit card info. The UK-based team behind the discovery have found that information such as the debit or credit card number, expiry date, and security code can be accessed in as little as six seconds via a security vulnerability in VISA’s online payment system.

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Coin, the electronic card that aimed at solving all your credit/debit/loyalty card woes, has just received a major hardware update in the form of the second generation of the product, aptly named Coin 2.0. Among a variety of enhancements, Coin 2.0 adds support for NFC-based payments, making it all that better for daily use.

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If you’ve used an Android-powered Nexus S for an extended period of time, you should probably be aware of its outstanding support for NFC payments, allowing users to simply tap their phones on modern credit card terminals in order to purchase goods. It now turns out that you can embed NFC chips into any iPhone 4 rather easily, as long as your bank provides small credit cards with NFC chips.

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