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All-Purpose Guru said:Their current painful solution, Walmart Pay, tries to offer convenience for using a debit card, which is not subject to the high prices of credit cards
Your statement is wrong. You can use a credit card with Walmart Pay, do it all the time.
It’s also not a “painful” solution. It’s somewhere in between using a physical credit card and Apple Pay.
The biggest issue with Walmart Pay is that you have to open up the Walmart app & click on Walmart Pay to use it. Once you scan the QR code, it’s actually faster than Apple Pay. On the positive side, all of your receipts are stored in the app, so saves paper and makes for easy returns.
nunzy said:Digitimes? We already know this will never happen. They are always wrong.
coolfactor said:My first question was — how do they know who is a firefighter and who isn't if people are using their personal phones in the field? But I guess these are department-issued phones that were affected?
It was actually a department vehicle that had an installed SIM. The firefighters were having to use their personal devices to supplement until they could get the plan updated through the county’s billing department.
rwx9901 said:I read the Bloomberg report and it seems that evidence is already there that is being done. Now the government is saying the report is inaccurate? Come on, man.
The article is mostly right, but it is made to look like China is doing the spying when in reality it is someone else.
Who do we know that has a history of installing spy chips on computers? Hint: Snowden told us.