When Apple Pay was released, it blew Google Wallet out of the water. A year later, the latter has been re-branded as Android Pay, a more formidable opponent, if not an improvement, to Apple Pay.
The wireless service will allow users to completely opt out of being targeted with the unique mobile identifiers called "supercookies."
Days before the rumored launch of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Verizon has asked Google to leave Wallet functionality off the phone. Critics of the move are skeptical of Verizon’s security explanation, pointing to the telecom Isis consortium, instead.
Testing tells us that website visitors convert best when you use everything you know about them to customize content. But if some of the things you know are stuck in silos that could be a problem.
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