Indeed, Google notes that Google Pay is not an inherently new product, but rather a "new name and look for existing Google payment products". That changed in 2015, when Google chose to spin off the tap-and-pay portion of the service into Android Pay. You might remember previous payment solutions Google has offered through the years such as Android Pay and Google Wallet. Then in 2015, Google came out with Android Pay, with support from three major USA carriers.
If you've ever paid for groceries with Android Pay, used Chrome to automatically fill in your payment info, or purchased an app on Google Play, then you've already experienced some of the ways Google helps you pay for things online and in stores.
Say Hello to Google Pay; brought Android Pay and Google Wallet together
This all-new Google Pay branding was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show 2018 event being held in Las Vegas. Have you noticed the Google Pay branding yet?
While the branding was unveiled at the CES 2018 event, many users had reportedly been getting this update days in advance as they were already seeing the Google Pay logo on their phones while making payments. Those include Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse and Instacart. Google says you'll see Google Pay online, in-store, and across Google products, as well as when you're paying friends.
Stock in Active Zone: The Charles Schwab Corporation (SCHW)
The investor is now holding $58.99 million shares due in part to a decrease of 1.34 million new shares in their portfolio. On Tuesday, October 31 Murtagh Nigel J sold $361,194 worth of The Charles Schwab Corporation (NYSE:SCHW) or 8,000 shares.
California Commissioner Condemns Session's Move Against Legal Pot
In some states, recreational marijuana use has been legal for five years, and those states are vowing to fight this new memo. To say this is an established industry with thousands of people and livelihoods depending on it would be an understatement.
The world will be watching what you do, US warns Iran
Large pro-government rallies have been held in response, and officials have blamed the anti-government unrest on foreign meddling. Ambassador Nikki Haley argued the unrest could escalate into full-blown conflict and drew a comparison with Syria.