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Gold price turns rangebound. Should you buy at current levels? Business News

Gold price turns rangebound. Should you buy at current levels? Key Highlights Prices of the yellow metal on Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) is moving in a 2% range of Rs 47,300 to Rs 48,200. Every time gold moves closer to the Rs 48,200 level on MCX it witnessed selling pressure What should investors do with gold now?…

Diginex Raises $6M In Series A Funding

Diginex , a Hong Kong-based impact technology company helping to solve the world’s most pressing ESG and sustainability challenges, closed a $6m Series A funding. The round – bringing the total amount raised to over $8m – was led by Fitch Ventures, the equity investment arm of Fitch Group.…

eBay Now Accepts Apple Pay in Safari Browser – Review Geek

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Apple Pay just joined PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, and others as an accepted payment method on the eBay desktop website. Of course, this feature only works if you’re using the Safari browser—sorry, Chrome and Firefox users. Although eBay has long accepted Apple Pay in its iOS and iPadOS apps, this marks the first time that you can use Apple Pay while shopping on the eBay desktop website. It’s a big improvement for Mac users, though you can also use Apple Pay when accessing eBay through the Safari app on iPhone or iPad. Funny enough, eBay first announced Apple Pay support back in 2018 as part of its transition away from PayPal. The company started by offering Apple Pay support to select users but didn’t really do much with the feature until now. For what it’s worth, eBay said that 2021 was the deadline for Apple Pay support, and we’re still stuck in 2021! Fans of Apple Pay will enjoy several new features this year, including an updated iOS 15 Wallet that can hold hotel keycards and government ID. If you’ve mostly avoided Apple Pay, now’s a good time to give it a test drive. Source: Appleosophy via 9to5Mac

This data comes from MediaIntel.Asia's Media Intelligence and Media Monitoring Platform.

eBay Now Accepts Apple Pay in Safari Browser – Review Geek

MediaIntel.Asia

Apple Pay just joined PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, and others as an accepted payment method on the eBay desktop website. Of course, this feature only works if you’re using the Safari browser—sorry, Chrome and Firefox users. Although eBay has long accepted Apple Pay in its iOS and iPadOS apps, this marks the first time that you can use Apple Pay while shopping on the eBay desktop website. It’s a big improvement for Mac users, though you can also use Apple Pay when accessing eBay through the Safari app on iPhone or iPad. Funny enough, eBay first announced Apple Pay support back in 2018 as part of its transition away from PayPal. The company started by offering Apple Pay support to select users but didn’t really do much with the feature until now. For what it’s worth, eBay said that 2021 was the deadline for Apple Pay support, and we’re still stuck in 2021! Fans of Apple Pay will enjoy several new features this year, including an updated iOS 15 Wallet that can hold hotel keycards and government ID. If you’ve mostly avoided Apple Pay, now’s a good time to give it a test drive. Source: Appleosophy via 9to5Mac

This data comes from MediaIntel.Asia's Media Intelligence and Media Monitoring Platform.

eBay Now Accepts Apple Pay in Safari Browser – Review Geek

MediaIntel.Asia

Apple Pay just joined PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, and others as an accepted payment method on the eBay desktop website. Of course, this feature only works if you’re using the Safari browser—sorry, Chrome and Firefox users. Although eBay has long accepted Apple Pay in its iOS and iPadOS apps, this marks the first time that you can use Apple Pay while shopping on the eBay desktop website. It’s a big improvement for Mac users, though you can also use Apple Pay when accessing eBay through the Safari app on iPhone or iPad. Funny enough, eBay first announced Apple Pay support back in 2018 as part of its transition away from PayPal. The company started by offering Apple Pay support to select users but didn’t really do much with the feature until now. For what it’s worth, eBay said that 2021 was the deadline for Apple Pay support, and we’re still stuck in 2021! Fans of Apple Pay will enjoy several new features this year, including an updated iOS 15 Wallet that can hold hotel keycards and government ID. If you’ve mostly avoided Apple Pay, now’s a good time to give it a test drive. Source: Appleosophy via 9to5Mac

This data comes from MediaIntel.Asia's Media Intelligence and Media Monitoring Platform.

eBay Now Accepts Apple Pay in Safari Browser – Review Geek

MediaIntel.Asia

Apple Pay just joined PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, and others as an accepted payment method on the eBay desktop website. Of course, this feature only works if you’re using the Safari browser—sorry, Chrome and Firefox users. Although eBay has long accepted Apple Pay in its iOS and iPadOS apps, this marks the first time that you can use Apple Pay while shopping on the eBay desktop website. It’s a big improvement for Mac users, though you can also use Apple Pay when accessing eBay through the Safari app on iPhone or iPad. Funny enough, eBay first announced Apple Pay support back in 2018 as part of its transition away from PayPal. The company started by offering Apple Pay support to select users but didn’t really do much with the feature until now. For what it’s worth, eBay said that 2021 was the deadline for Apple Pay support, and we’re still stuck in 2021! Fans of Apple Pay will enjoy several new features this year, including an updated iOS 15 Wallet that can hold hotel keycards and government ID. If you’ve mostly avoided Apple Pay, now’s a good time to give it a test drive. Source: Appleosophy via 9to5Mac

This data comes from MediaIntel.Asia's Media Intelligence and Media Monitoring Platform.

eBay Now Accepts Apple Pay in Safari Browser

MediaIntel.Asia

[Bang & Olufsen’s Latest True Wireless Earbuds Add ANC and a Big Price Tag] Apple Pay just joined PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, and others as an accepted payment method on the eBay desktop website. Of course, this feature only works if you’re using the Safari browser—sorry, Chrome and Firefox users. Although eBay has long accepted Apple Pay in its iOS and iPadOS apps, this marks the first time that you can use Apple Pay while shopping on the eBay desktop website. It’s a big improvement for Mac users, though you can also use Apple Pay when accessing eBay through the Safari app on iPhone or iPad. Funny enough, eBay first announced Apple Pay support back in 2018 as part of its transition away from PayPal. The company started by offering Apple Pay support to select users but didn’t really do much with the feature until now. For what it’s worth, eBay said that 2021 was the deadline for Apple Pay support, and we’re still stuck in 2021! Fans of Apple Pay will enjoy several new features this year, including an updated iOS 15 Wallet that can hold hotel keycards and government ID. If you’ve mostly avoided Apple Pay, now’s a good time to give it a test drive. Source: Appleosophy via 9to5Mac

This data comes from MediaIntel.Asia's Media Intelligence and Media Monitoring Platform.

Boeing turns first profit in almost 2 years, shares jump 5%

Boeing on Wednesday posted its first quarterly profit in almost two years as revived domestic travel fueled 737 MAX deliveries, and shares rose 5% despite festering US-China relations and depressed long-haul travel. The 737 MAX is integral to Boeing’s financial recovery.…

China says Taiwan Strait crossing by US warship shows America as ‘biggest destroyer of peace’

China accused the United States on Thursday of being the single biggest cause of friction and threats in the Taiwan Strait , soon after a US warship crossed the waterway for the seventh time this year. The frequent passage of American vessels through the strait showed that “the US is the biggest destroyer of peace and stability … and the biggest maker of security risks across the Taiwan Strait”, according to a statement from the People’s Liberation Army Eastern Theatre Command.…

China says Taiwan Strait crossing by US warship shows America as ‘biggest destroyer of peace’

China accused the United States on Thursday of being the single biggest cause of friction and threats in the Taiwan Strait , soon after a US warship crossed the waterway for the seventh time this year. The frequent passage of American vessels through the strait showed that “the US is the biggest destroyer of peace and stability … and the biggest maker of security risks across the Taiwan Strait”, according to a statement from the People’s Liberation Army Eastern Theatre Command.…