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What, a company calling itself "iDevices" is allowed to do business with Apple? Don't you know that Apple owns the letter "i"? /s It looks to be limited to on-off function for now. Still I'm waiting for the multi-port version before parting with my cash.
Hire me, hire me. For 10% of the bonus I will run the company into the ground 10 times faster. That's 100x more efficient that your chimps with MBAs. Your MBAs teach you all about efficiency right?
For a second, I misread it as PoopPay. Since this is Samsung, it's probably not too far apart. But really, credit card data on the most insecure mobile platform?
Come out now, BlackBerry!
 This is my biggest reason to not use Square: it knows everything I paid for. How hard is it for advertisers to buy access to Square, and that when they learn that I frequently purchase products from brand A or visit store X, they will push for "have you considered brand B and location Y?"
Reading article gives me the impression that one cannot use his/her fingerprint to unlock the iPad and must type the passcode. It takes me a minute combing through the comments to find out that's not the case. The iPad can register 5 fingerprints. Get everybody in your home to put their thumbs on it and you are set. Of course if the iPad never leaves home and only trusted users have access to it, why bother locking it then complaining about the inconvenience?
No one got fired? Let me guess why: because the CEO of Samsung Electronic is the son in law of Samsung Group's Chairman; the Marketing VP is the CEO's cousin on his father's side, twice removed; the COO is CIO's "uncle"; and the Chief Designer's father's friend has a direct connection to the Korean Presidential Office.   It's a happy dynasty. Why should anyone get fired?
 Where can you find drivers for it? And how does it fit? I want to buy TWO of them for my Mac Pro too. Good things come in pairs
How the f* is this even possible? This is total adware shit that I don't want on my phone.
Next up: Operation F**k the Constitution, about how the Department of Justice, NSA and FBI manufacture a child's murder to force phone companies to decrypt their devices. Coming to a theater near you in 2017.
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