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Google Play now supports PayPal payments

Want to pay for apps, games, or other digital content from the Google Play Store, but don’t want to give Google your credit card information? No problem — Google now supports PayPal. The Google Play Store now lets users in 12 countries including the US and Canada make purchases using PayPal. Of course, you’ll still […]

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Lilbits (1-14-2014): So much for net neutrality

There’s no law to prevent US internet service providers from offering higher data speeds to companies that pay for the privilege. So some online video sites could stream more quickly than others, for instance. Some websites might load more quickly. In the absence of such a law, the Federal Communications Commission established its own rules… […]

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PayPal launches Android SDK, offers devs another option for in-app payments

Google offers tools that let Android developers collect payment for in-app purchases using Google Checkout. But now developers that want to let users make payments using a credit card or PayPal can offer that option, thanks to a new Android SDK from PayPal. PayPal says the SDK supports Android 2.2 or later, which should cover […]