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Now, the company appears to be hiring for two new senior electronic payments positions, according to Re/code. Citing anonymous sources, Re/code writes that Apple is looking to fill positions for head of product and head of business development. "Their ambitions are very, very serious," one of the sources told Re/code. Apple already lets hundreds of millions of users buy music, books, and apps through an iTunes account linked to their credit cards. So, expanding this payment process into a digital wallet, or some other sort of mobile payment service, could be a feasible shift for the company.

In January, it was rumored that Apple was exploring a move beyond the digital realm into letting users pay for physical goods and services -- such as clothes or a taxi ride -- with an iTunes account, Reportedly, Apple has been conducting on-going meetings with industry executives to discuss the topic, Expanding into a mobile-payments business could put the company in direct competition with services like Stripe and eBay's PayPal, According to little & fierce on charcoal iphone case Re/code, there's the possibility that Apple could even partner with PayPal in some sort of joint payment system..

CNET contacted Apple for comment. We'll update the story when we get more information. The tech giant is reportedly looking to hire some senior executives to head its rumored electronic payments business. Several clues have surfaced over the past few months that point to Apple working on its own mobile payments business. We've seen patent filings, rumors of secret meetings, and analyst predictions. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.

This means that Samsung is attempting to trademark the words as they pertain to technology, The application to trademark "plot" and "citron", for example, will cover use on, Computer software applications, downloadable; computer programs (downloadable software); computer application software for mobile phones, smart phones, tablet computers, portable media players and handheld computers; computer software for managing and organising various digital reading contents, namely, digital electronic-books, digital electronic-newspapers, thesis and digital little & fierce on charcoal iphone case electronic-magazines; mobile phones, smart phones; digital cameras; portable media players; MP3 players; MP4 players; portable computers; wireless headsets for mobile phones, smart phones and tablet computers; rechargeable batteries; battery chargers; leather cases for mobile phones, smart phones and tablet computers; flip covers for mobile phones, smart phones and tablet computers; tablet computers; television receivers; audio electronic components, namely surround sound systems; digital set-top boxes; DVD players; Light Emitting Diode (LED) displays; monitors; 3D eye glasses; computers; printers for computers; semiconductors; downloadable electronic publications; downloadable electronic books..

That's rather broad, but there seems to be a focus on ebooks and other reading material. None of the terms seem to have been trademarked in other countries, or even in use by Samsung previously, (with the exception of "App Connect") which indicates that they are likely to be applied to new products. It could also mean that the company plans to apply for trademarks in other regions, using the Australian trademarks — should they be granted — as precedent. The applications have not yet been approved by IP Australia. You can read more about the filings on TMWatch.

Samsung has filed for six trademarks in Australia, including five words and a new logo, Samsung has filed for six trademarks in Australia, including five words and a new logo, Samsung has applied for several trademarks in Australia, including a number of words and a new logo for its UHD curved TV, As reported by trademark blog TMWatch, the company has filed applications little & fierce on charcoal iphone case to trademark the words "Plot", "App Connect", "DTOC", "Citron" and "Diffuser" under Class 9 of the goods and services trademark classifications..

Developed by Australian menswear label M.J. Bale, in association with Visa and the Queensland-based Heritage Bank, the Power Suit is woven from superfine Australian Merino wool and features a contactless chip and antenna in the sleeve. By passing their cuff over a contactless payment terminal, wearers will be able to pay for transactions wherever Visa PayWave is accepted. M.J. Bale also promises that "you can top-up your suit instantly" thanks to a linked Heritage Bank prepaid account that can be accessed online or through an app.

We're a little curious about whether the suit will cause its dapper wearer to accidentally pay for things when leaning across a retail counter or pass a cigarillo to a mysterious stranger at a bar, But presumably the owner will be able to afford that kind of accidental spend, if he can get his hands on the suit in the first place, One of the limited-edition Power Suits will sold in M.J, Bale's Westfield Sydney store, while another is currently being auctioned on eBay to raise money for 4 ASD Kids, a charity that little & fierce on charcoal iphone case supports children with autism spectrum disorders..

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