After reports of fraudulent transactions, Google has decided to suspend paid Chrome extensions and switch to an interoperable W3C standard that will roll out on iOS first.
Officials across the European Union have already made their thoughts on Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency project clear. Now those concerns have extended to Apple Pay, with EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager’s office probing whether the company’s pre-installed mobile payments software is playing dirty with the competition, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.
Apple has confirmed the Apple Card will begin rolling out in the U.S. next month. The card, first announced back in March 2019, promises to eliminate fees, charge less interest and offer enhanced security and privacy protection. Unfortunately, Australians will have to wait awhile to get their hands on it.