Google has been pretty quiet recently about Google Wallet, a new payment service announced back at the end of May. But that is about to change soon, folks. Engadget has received an image taken from a Radio Shack computer indicating that Google and Radio Shack are prepping for an upcoming launch in stores. Usually in large retail rollouts like this, retailers send out info before it's about to go public. According to the image taken, the service is set to go live sometime in September. If Radio Shack is already receiving info about the launch, maybe we'll see some other info from more retailers soon. Stay tuned and ready those NFC-enabled devices.
Android AirDrop competitor Nearby Sharing gets shown off in hands-on video
Thanks to the guys over at XDA-Developers, we are getting a first look at Android's upcoming AirDrop competitor Nearby Sharing, formerly Fast Share.
YouTube moderators have to acknowledge growing risk of PTSD — or else
Accenture, the firm behind YouTube's moderation services, has been found forcing its contractors to sign a document acknowledging the potential for mental health decline. While pitched as voluntary, deferring contractors have been threatened with firing.
When will my phone get Android 10?
Android 10 is here! So, why isn't it on your phone yet? Here's a breakdown of which phones are confirmed to get the update and when you can look forward to it.
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Do you want to be able to print photos directly from your Android phone? Well, now it's easier than ever and we have found the best photo printers to choose from in 2019.