Internet News

Samsung Pay Arrives In India

India now has access to Samsung's mobile payments service. Samsung Pay first launched two years ago and now it's available on Galaxy devices in the Indian market. Once your have a credit or debit card attached to the service, you can easily make purchases.

Amazon Alexa Adds Ordering From Prime Now

Alexa, Amazon's digital assistant, can now be used to order items through Prime Now. Tens of thousands of products are available through the service and will be delivered in as little as two hours. When you tell Alexa to order something, it'll pick the next delivery window.

Facebook Redesigning Comments To Be Like Messenger

Facebook is working on a redesign of its comments section that'll see that part of the social network look a lot more like Messenger. BuzzFeed News has confirmed the company is now testing a new mobile layout that looks quite a bit different. This is only a test for right now.

India Might Get Amazon Music Next Year

Amazon could bring its music streaming service to India next year. The Economic Times reports it is planning on a launch in early 2018. Local production firm executives have reportedly said Amazon is speaking with record labels to get streaming rights in the country.

Twitter Launching Live API Tomorrow

Twitter is close to releasing a Live video API that'll make it easier for big broadcasters to utilize the network for livestreaming. With the API, Twitter's live video capabilities will grow beyond its existing Periscope integration. The API will be out tomorrow, March 21.

Instagram Lets Users Save Live Videos

It's now possible to save your live videos on Instagram. An update to the app on iOS and Android has introduced the ability to save broadcasts once they're over. That ability has been one of the key limitations of the service's livestreaming feature, which was introduced in 2016.

Ebay To Offer Guaranteed 3-Day Delivery

In an effort to better compete against Amazon Prime, eBay has announced a Guaranteed Delivery offer that includes guaranteed 3-day deliveries in the US. The initiative will roll out in the United States this summer for free. The offer will apply to over 20m products.