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Braintree(Paypal Unit), pay with bitcoins allow shortly

eBay bought Braintree  in 2013, a company that describes itself as “a paypal company ” integrating its payment system to the ubiquitous paypal (also from ebay). Since then we have followed his movements closely, and now announced that in the coming months will allow paypal payments with bitcoins. Bill Ready, CEO of the company announced…

facebook Messenger

Now We can send small videos via Facebook Instant Messenger

From Facebook Messenger is now possible to send videos up to 15 seconds, just as we do from Instagram, thus entering the category of video messages . Whatsapp acquisition by Facebook has not stopped, let alone the development of Facebook Messenger, used by 200 million people a month, according to recently reported themselves. We saw…

Amazon will launch its subscription service payments

Amazon continues to expand its services in the area which today still dominates Paypal and other companies specializing in online payments. According to Reuters, Monday, Amazon starts a new payment service, which will allow startups and other companies allow recurring payments, with the idea that third party services allow their users from paying their telephone bills…

david marcus

Paypal President Quits To Join Facebook

David Marcus, president of Paypal for the past two years, has decided a change of scenery and migrate to Facebook. From now be vice president of messaging products at Facebook, a sector in which it has no experience in recent years, since before working on Paypal founded Zong, a provider of mobile payments for gaming…

Touch-ID

Paypal integrate Touch ID into your applications

Of all that has API’s available to developers after WWDC Apple 2014 Touch ID is one of the most game will give developers. Unlocking applications, access to private files, there are thousands of choices but one of them is going to take more than talk and payments. Touch to make payments using ID beyond App…

iPhone Become Hostages Of Cyber Criminals

Technology does not cease to amaze me, ever. What appeared to be one of the best tools against theft has become a way of precisely one. And it turns out that several Australian iPhone users have received messages where they are forced to sign a $ 100 PayPal account or your phone will be locked.…