Google introduces Android Pay, a redo in mobile payments
Google is adding a mobile payments feature called Android Pay to its smartphone operating system, along with support for fingerprint security, the company announced at its developers conference in San Francisco. David Burke, the vice president of engineering for Android development, said onstage at the Google I/O event that Android Pay will be a new way to pay with a phone in stores or through apps, replacing Google Wallet, an unsuccessful predecessor to Apple Pay.
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