• Facebook Pay will let you make payments through Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram

    Last night, Facebook launched its new payment service called Facebook Pay in the US. The service will let you pay other people and businesses across Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram. You can add your debit or credit card to Facebook Pay and choose if you want it available in certain apps or all Facebook apps. In the beginning, the service will be available on Facebook and Messenger to pay for fundraisers, in-game purchases, event tickets, person-to-person payments, and select pages on Facebook Marketplace.  The company said Facebook Pay will roll out on Instagram and WhatsApp without specifying a timeline. It’s important… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: WhatsApp,Facebook,Instagram

  • Where to watch the Trump impeachment hearings

    The impeachment inquiry hearings of US President Donald Trump start soon, and for the first time in the history of such things these hearings will be available to stream online. Here’s where and how you can watch the event streamed live. Given this is an event of extreme public interest, it’ll be streamed by multiple sources. C-SPAN has a special landing page just for the impeachment, where it’ll stream the event live. PBS Newshour will also have a livestream from its YouTube channel: If you don’t want to go to any of those sites, the House Intelligence YouTube channel will… This story continues at The Next Web

  • Apple will reportedly reveal the 16-inch MacBook Pro any day now

    We’ve been hearing rumors about a 16-inch MacBook Pro since at least the beginning of the year, but have seen little to prove it was actually coming. Now it seems the 16-inch model is the real deal, and could be set to replace the 15-inch model soon. Very soon. As in, as maybe as soon as tomorrow. The news comes via Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman, who has a strong track record with Apple rumors.  The new device will purportedly feature a larger, higher resolution screen and an overall spec bump, but cost the same as the current 15-inch model. We know… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: MacBook,MacBook Pro,Apple