February 25, 2014

Samsung And PayPal Move Against Apple With Galaxy S5 Finger Swipe Payments

The usual complaint about Samsung’s smartphones is that they shamelessly copy Apple, but can’t quite surpass the iPhone. This despite the fact that the Galaxy S line consistently has specs that do indeed surpass their American counterparts. Apple fans then counter that it is the iOS software ecosystem that is responsible for the iPhone’s superior user experience. But there is more to UX than apps and yesterday Samsung revealed a collaboration with PayPal that may give it a decisive edge over Apple in the critically important world of mobile payments.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/anthonykosner/2014/02/25/samsung-and-paypal-move-against-apple-with-galaxy-s5-finger-swipe-payments/

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