CNET TV's Brian Tong discusses the latest in Apple news, rumors, tips, and tricks. This week, the iPad gets more television than you can shake a stick at, iPhone 4 rumors heat up with reports of Apple testing near field communications, and a quick tip for reading PDFs in iOS 4.
Samsung Pay is now available in the US. Here's how it works and what you need to use the mobile payment system.
It's been challenging for manufacturers to figure out how much technology and connectivity to cram into the ordinary oven.
Samsung's mobile payments service works with older retail terminals, which means unlike Apple Pay, it's accepted almost everywhere.
Startup Nextbit launches its first smartphone as a Kickstarter project. Early commitments will nab the device, named "Robin," for $299.
This exclusive gym in Singapore uses both social and technological incentives to keep executives working out.
More than half of the Apple Watch owners polled said they find Apple Pay "magical," while another 42 percent see it as "convenient," according to data from research firm Wristly.
Australian banks are balking at giving Apple a chunk of the fees they earn from merchants and some say they don't want Apple as the middleman between them and their customers.
Smartphone titan's mobile payment system will be preloaded on select Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 devices, with the service launching in Korea first and then the US.
The payments app backed by Walmart and Target might not be ready for a national launch as expected this year, according to a report.