Done Amazon launches its own credit card reader, undercuts Square on transaction fees By Kevin Fitchard 2 hours ago 0 shares Content preferences Done Amazon on Wednesday unveiled Local Register , its take on the mobile credit card reader that lets small merchants take payments from their smartphones and tablets. The reader works with Amazons Fire HD and HDX tablets, as well as on iOS devices and a limited number of Samsung Android smartphones, but surprisingly it isnt compatible with the new Fire Phone at least, not yet. Dozens of companies have challenged Square in the mobile point-of-sale space, but none so far have had Amazons brand recognition. Whats more, Amazon appears to be going for Squares jugular in pricing. Its standard fee on any card swipe is 2.5 percent of the transaction amount, while Square charges 2.75 percent . Whats more, Amazon is offering a promotion to retailers that sign up for Local Register before October 31: Android Sentral Berita Its dropping its transaction fee to 1.75 percent until January 1, 2016.
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myMail becomes most popular alternative email app for Android and iOS
Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done LEAKED: Google’s Next Major Smartphone May Come With A Screen That’s Bigger And Sharper Than The iPhone By Lisa Eadicicco 48 minutes ago 0 shares Google The Google Nexus 5. Google and Motorola are supposedly teaming up to release a new smartphone in the near future, and if the latest leak turns out to be true, it could give both Samsung and LG some stiff competition. The new phone, which some are speculating to be called the Nexus 6, will reportedly feature a 5.2-inch display with a super high resolution of 2560 x 1440, according to specifications spotted by PhoneArena .
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Amazon launches its own credit card reader, undercuts Square on transaction fees – Yahoo Finance
It’s gained top position in many established markets including the USA, Canada, Germany, France, the UK, Brazil, Japan, India, Spain, Mexico and Australia. In India, Brazil, Mexico and others it has more than twice as many downloads as the next most popular mail app. Dmitry Grishin, CEO and co-founder of Mail.Ru Group, maker of myMail, says, “The future of email is mobile, and we have worked hard to build an app and client that are ready for this future. To win the top two mobile platforms worldwide so quickly and in such a decisive way proves that we’re moving in the right direction. We firmly believe that smartphones and tablets are the preferred platform for email, and we’re aiming to deliver the best possible experience for our users and anyone who wants a sophisticated yet simple way to manage their inbox”.
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