“Pay” is the word of the year, apparently. While Samsung has jumped on board the bandwagon on its own, Google is getting in on the fun, too.
Way back in 2012, Google acquired one of the most popular email clients of the time, Sparrow. At the time of the acquisition, Google revealed that the Sparrow team would be folded into Google, and would be working on Gmail from then on.
At the end of January 2015, Google’s Project Zero security team discovered several different vulnerabilities within OS X, which were subsequently fixed with the official update to OS X 10.10.2.
On January 22, reports surfaced that Google is seriously considering launching its own name within the wireless carrier industry, thanks to partnerships inked with T-Mobile and Sprint, the fourth and third largest carriers in the United States, respectively.