You are now able to add your digital COVID-19 vaccination cards to devices that support Samsung Pay, and have them stored in the Samsung Wallet
Samsung says there won't be any account fees, overdraft fees or transfer fees for creating an account, and there will be exclusive rewards as well.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about when Apple may finally launch the iPhone 12 series, the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 and more
Samsung has announced a new competition to the Apple Card service, as the new Samsung Money debit card would arrive later this summer
The Samsung Pay debit card will be launched in partnership with SoFi and it will be backed by a cash management account.
A recent report from Korea predicts that the Samsung Pay application on the upcoming Galaxy S10 models will include a cryptocurrency wallet.
So many banking apps, so many apps, so little sense made. But at least Chase is working with Samsung to extend its technological reach.
Samsung Pay is narrowly ahead of Apple Pay in terms of the number of global markets supported, even if the latter has made a much earlier debut in Italy.
The Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+ will have the same general hardware layout, but that layout will be fairly impressive for a high-end mid-ranger.
Following Ireland and Taiwan earlier this year, as well as more than a dozen countries previously, Apple Pay has now officially expanded to Italy.
Today's another big day for the digital wallet market, as Android Pay, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay expand to Belgium, Ireland and India respectively.
Technically, Samsung Pay can now work on any relatively new Android phone with the Gear S3 watch. In reality, Google Pixels aren't supported yet.
More US banks are supporting Android Pay now than you can count, as well as a rapidly growing roster of Australian Apple Pay partners.
The current breadth of mobile payment systems is still fairly limited. We’ve…
Samsung’s pretty satisfied with its new mobile payments system that it’s worked…