PayPal launching instant money transfers directly to bank accounts

Despite the rising popularity of services like Cash and even some social networks like Facebook and Snapchat, PayPal is still the leading peer-to-peer money service on the market. Nearly every shopping site on the web offers a PayPal option during checkout, with the company handling over $7 million in transfers every hour. Now, the company […]

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Comment: The OnePlus 5’s higher price is actually a good thing

When OnePlus released its first smartphone in 2014, the company called it the “flagship killer.” This was because it packed powerful flagship-level specs, and instead of charging customers an arm and a leg for the handset, the OnePlus One cost as little as $300 unlocked. This year, though, OnePlus released its newest flagship with a […]

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Madness: Google Search now has a built-in fidget spinner

Google loves jumping in on popular trends, and today it’s pushed out one for the latest — fidget spinners. You know, those spinning pieces of plastic that have shown up in dozens of viral videos and the hands of everyone with a few dollars that may as well have been set on fire. more…

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Samsung Pay now supports more banks in latest market

Samsung Pay finally expanded its reach into the United Kingdom on May 16, and just over a month later, it is picking up support for two additional banks. The service now accepts credit and debit cards from six banks in total, but there are still some big omissions. As of today, customers who use HSBC, […]

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Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow launches June 29, trailer features Stephen Hawking, George Takei, Bill Nye, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson [Video]

After first announcing a new mobile Futurama game back in February, and teasing it with an initial trailer last month, TinyCo has revealed that Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow will be launched on June 29. The company has also created a new trailer for the game (below) featuring Stephen Hawking, George Takei, Bill Nye, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson […]

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