Companies have deemed technology improved enough that cloud-based gaming can become a reality. Even Walmart, apparently.
Rumors had been growing that Walmart was working on its own streaming service of some kind, but now it turns out that has all gone out the window.
Near the end of last year, the banking establishment, Chase, officially debuted its own mobile payment option, Chase Pay.
Walmart is a staunch supporter of its own mobile payment option, Walmart Pay, which means it’s also staunchly not supporting Apple Pay.
Despite the fact that Apple already has a well-adopted mobile payment option for customers and merchants alike, Walmart decided in 2015 that it wanted to do its own thing.
In December of last year, Walmart, one of the largest retail chains in the United States, announced its own proprietary mobile payment option, Walmart Pay.
Apple Pay has a wide adoption from businesses of all types, but there are some out there, like Walmart, that aren’t too keen on the idea.
Many wireless networks have been working hard to remove “unlimited data” from their profile altogether, with the likes of Verizon and AT&T opting for buckets of data instead.
Black Friday is one week away, but retailers already are gearing up for the big holiday shopping season with pre-Black Friday sales that kick off a week in advance. Both Best Buy and Walmart are jumping on the early sales bandwagon with a handful of discounts on iPads, iPods and more.