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Paypal Here

Paypal announced Paypal Here, a mobile payments solution for mobile devices for payments by credit card, similar to the Square, released in 2010 by the hands of Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of Twitter. The Paypal credit card reader allows small businesses to accept almost any form of payment, it will charge traders a fixed rate of 2.7% for every transaction made through the device. The service works with a free app available at the app store and is capable of sending invoices or accepting debit and credit cards, checks and PayPal. The system is available now for iPhone and will be available soon for Android.



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Leica D-Lux 7

Leica aims for your pocket with the new D-Lux 7 compact camera. The D-Lux 7 sports a 4/3 sensor, 24 - 75 mm zoom lens, a touchscreen display as well as a high resolution EVF, and is capable of recording 4K video, providing big camera quality in a pocketable package. It is also the first D-Lux model that can be used with the new Leica FOTOS app. The app lets you control the camera from your smartphone and it also makes it easy to quickly transfer images to your Andro...
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APPLE CARD

Apple fans rejoice, you can now apply for the Apple Card right in the Wallet app on your iPhone. If approved, the digital card can be added to the app immediately to begin using it right away. Backed by Goldman Sachs and Mastercard, the Apple Card is a new credit card that promises no annual fees, late fees or over-the-limit fees. You can buy things effortlessly, with just your iPhone, or use the Apple‑designed titanium card (with no number, security code, exp...
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CUBE 3D HOME PRINTER

3D printers are experiencing huge popularity, more and more brands are trying to conquer the 3D printer market. Cubify introduces The Cube - a sleek and simple 3D printer. The printer weighs only 8.5 pounds, but despite its light weight, is capable of printing large objects. For around $1600 you get this 3D printer at home and you can get started with ideas that were previously only in your head. Through programs such as "On Demand 3D Parts" or Cubifys "Cloud 3D" pr...
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