1. @noel WaPo will sell individual articles soon:

    FYI - From tonight's CNN Reliable Sources: "Among the new revenue streams are "flexible payments," which were described to staffers as "frictionless payments" that would target a "likely untapped" audience. In other words, a person who may be interested in reading a single story
  2. Jack Dorsey’s Block is the most interesting company in crypto right now

    By Jeff John Roberts In the early days of crypto there were just a handful of companies, including some venerable names like Coinbase, Kraken, and Grayscale, which are still around. Today, there are hundreds of firms that offer crypto, including those like BlackRock and PayPal tha
  3. Garmin Lily 2 Review

    By Amber Sayer, MS, CPT Designed for women, the Lily 2 is Garmin's smallest and most stylish fitness tracker . Starting at $249.99, the Lily 2 tracks activity and sleep, along with key health metrics such as blood oxygen saturation (SpO2), energy reserves, heart rate, and respirati
  4. Amazon One Now Lets You Scan Your Palm With Your Phone

    By Charlie Sorrel But you might want to 'hold off' for now Key Features Amazon One is a service that lets you pay for things by scanning your palm. Amazon's new app now lets you scan your palm and upload it. Using biometrics for direct authentication is a terrible idea. Good news for f
  5. Samsung Pay will stop working with Russian Mir cards in April

    By Nate Ostiller, The Kyiv Independent news desk The Samsung Pay system will stop working with Russian Mir cards as of the beginning of April, according to a message posted on Samsung's website on March 27. The Mir payment system was instituted following Russia's il
  6. for my money #ApplePay is the easiest way to transact both online and in person. I find myself carrying my wallet less and less. This has the potential to be a huge business for #Apple as they continue to roll this out internationally (they gave >1billion phone worldwide). it wil