Paytm now enabled for third party UPI app mobile payments

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The Indian company has now officially announced the implementation of this new app feature. Paytm, a mobile payments company from India, has announced that it has implemented a new feature making it possible to make UPI transactions to phones registered with third party UPI applications. The goal of the feature is to make it faster and easier for users to complete money transfers. By using this new feature, Paytm users can use the mobile payments app to complete money transfers quickly and easily when sending to any phone number, even…

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Artificial intelligence model helps researchers predict shrinking snow cover

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Mountains worldwide have been experiencing a recession of their snow cover for decades. Artificial intelligence modeling is being used to map out the details of what mountain hikers and climbers have been experiencing for years as they have been working with record high temperatures. According to AI models, mountains around the globe have been losing their snow cover for forty years. The rising temperatures have made for receding snow cover as well as less predictable conditions, as was the case last July when a substantial chunk of the Marmolada Mountain…

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iPhones with USB-C are on their way

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Apple has announced that it will comply with the battery charging cable regulations from the EU. Apple has announced that it will begin producing iPhones that will be compliant with USB-C battery charging cables, more than likely eliminating the Lightning cable it has used for the last ten years. The European Union has determined that electronics companies must use the universal chargers. A newly announced rule in the European Union will require that all new smartphones – and other similar rechargeable devices – work with a universal USB-C cable by…

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Mobile payment app Paym shuts down in the United Kingdom

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The application was launched by 15 of the largest UK banks and building societies is packing it in. Mobile payment app Paym was created by fifteen of the largest banks and building societies in the United Kingdom, but after eight years of struggle to try to keep its head above water, it is giving up. The application has constantly fought to try to keep up with shifts in technology and consumer trends. The mobile payment app originally launched in April 2014. It made it possible for consumers to use their…

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