After years of brainstorming - Google finally has had the genius idea of unifying both these platforms under a single brand. The newly introduced itself is the combo of Android Pay and Google Wallet services.
If you're a developer looking to support Google Pay on your website, check out to Google's payment FAQ site or the support pages from Google's payment processing partners. At the core, Google Pay is simply a combination of Android Pay and Google Wallet. Then in 2015, Google came out with Android Pay, with support from three major United States carriers. Google Pay is aimed at becoming a unified platform which can be used for Play Store transactions, payment at NFC-enabled booths and miscellaneous online transactions (to pay for stuff purchased from the Google Store).
Texas reporter vanishes after telling friend she was being followed
The roommate said the blue truck looped back around and parked behind her and Roland got out of her auto and the truck sped off. Police say she appeared to have spent much of her time searching for her phone, which was found in her auto .
Google has announced it's creating a more unified way of paying for things online and in-store.
If you use Google's products, there's a good chance the company already has a copy your credit card details stored somewhere - in your Chrome browser's autofill settings, gathering dust in a Google Wallet, or inside Android Pay.
Panthers Facing Questions About Cam Newton's Quick Return
I hate that I couldn't do enough to get a win today for a lot of guys that I think so highly of. "We romped him good". Newton later said he did NOT feel like he had a concussion, but suffered an eye injury from his helmet slipping down.
You may have already seen Google Pay branding in the wild as it is now featured on Airbnb, HungryHouse, Instacart, Dice and Fandango. Now, it has been rebranded for the third time, as Google Pay - a branding Google (and we) hopes sticks. Google Pay is already available on Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse, Instacart, among others.
President Trump Announces Delay of Fake News Awards
Trump had coined the term "Fake News" during his presidential campaign, targeting media houses for "biased" news. In November, he tweeted about a competition among news networks for the "Fake News Trophy", excluding Fox News.