How to use Apple Pay

If you’re using an iPhone, Apple Pay is the easiest way to initiate contactless payments. Not only is the digital wallet service free to use, it is already built into your phone. Apple Pay works by letting you add a digital copy of your debit or credit card to the Wallet app. Once set up, … Read more

Most of you are open to buying an old phone

Hadley Simmons / Android Authority New flagship smartphones are released every year, but we thought buying an old one like last year’s flagship made more sense than ever. It’s easy to see why, as performance is still great on many older devices and many brands offer long-term update support. But are readers open to buying … Read more

Grosse Pointer Bryan Neumeister in Depp testifies, defamation case

Lawyers for actor Johnny Depp turned to digital forensic expert from Grosse Pointe Farms on Wednesday to punch holes in the defense in a defamation case against ex-wife Amber Heard. Bryan Neumeister has been tasked with analyzing the images provided by Heard’s legal team to determine if any have been altered. The defense claimed that … Read more

Apple Stores Bringing iPhone Touchless Payments to iPhone Starting Today

Apple in February Unveiled New “Tap to Pay on iPhone” Feature This will allow compatible iPhones to accept payments via Apple Pay, contactless credit and debit cards, and other digital wallets, without the need for additional hardware. Apple started Feature testing at the Apple Park Visitor Center Earlier this month and now BloombergMark Gorman Tweeted … Read more

Apple’s iPhone Emergency SOS saves a woman from attempted rape

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and you may earn commission as an Amazon Partner and Affiliate Partner on eligible purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not affect our editorial content. With her horrific case over years ending with her attacker sentenced to prison, the attempted rape survivor tells how she used Iphone SOS Emergency for … Read more

Dangerous predatory spyware infects Android phones – what to do

As part of its ongoing efforts to make Android smartphones More secure, Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) often spends its time searching for zero-day vulnerabilities that can be exploited by cybercriminals and other threat actors. These vulnerabilities pose a significant risk to users as they have been detected but not yet patched. in a new … Read more