Global Embedded Multimedia Card (eMMC) Market Outlook 2026: Top Companies, Trends and Future Prospects Details for Business Development

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Nov 26, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
Global “Embedded Multimedia Card (eMMC) Market” Market study report covers the global and regional market with an in-depth analysis of the overall growth prospects in the market. Furthermore, it gives the comprehensive competitive landscape of the global market. The report further offers a dashboard overview of leading companies encompassing their successful marketing strategies, market contribution, recent developments in both historic and present contexts.

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The digitisation of the warranty card or how each watch becomes its own certificate

With the Hublot e-warranty, Hublot & KerQuest are fusing materials and ground-breaking algorithmics to revolutionise the user experience. The watch is thus authenticated by the recognition of the specificity of its materials. A first in the fight against counterfeiting.

Gone are the days of warranty cards and authenticity certificates; with its new Hublot e-warranty protection and warranty system, the watchmaking Manufacture is simplifying the tracking and tracing of its watches, from their manufacture through to customers, via points of sale. Faithful to its motto “Be first, unique, and different”, the watchmaker, with the Hublot e-warranty, has created a technological first in which the watch itself becomes the key to open up a new world of services. As well as facilitating use for points of sale, customers and customs alike, Hublot is improving the prevention of counterfeiting and theft. Simple, easy and effective!

The watchmaker has been working on the development

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Google Expands Pay App With Bank Accounts and Debit Card

Alphabet’s Google said it expanded its Google Pay app to enable users to open back accounts, pay friends and manage budgets.

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Google Expands Pay App With Bank Accounts and Debit Card

The updated application debuted Wednesday.


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Alphabet partnered with Citi and Stanford Federal Credit Union to launch the mobile bank accounts with plans to add 11 new partner institutions in 2021.

“Along with our bank partners, we were looking to make banking more relevant for the mobile-first generation,” Caesar Sengupta, general manager of payments at Google, told CNBC Wednesday.

“It will help our partners make banking more approachable to that generation, and not only make it more relevant, but make it more fun.”

Google will have so-called Plex checking and savings accounts, which have no monthly fees, overdraft charges or minimum-balance requirements.

People who sign up for Google bank accounts can request a physical debit card,

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Save $280 on this Dell gaming PC that has a GTX 1650 graphics card and 10th-gen Intel CPU

Looking for a great entry-level gaming PC? How about one you can save a massive $280 dollars on? The new Dell G5 gaming PC is meant to be $879.99 dollars at the moment, but if you use the code ‘DTG5AFF114’ at Dell right now, you could get it for just $599.99. as early Black Friday gaming PC deals go, this is an absolute cracker.

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The PC, which is one of our best gaming PCs, is ideal for players who are looking to make a start in the world of PC gaming, thanks to its respectable specs and respectable price tag. The machine comes with a brand new 10th-gen Intel i5 processor, an Nvidia GTX 1650 Super graphics card, 8GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD which will enable your games to load at lightning-quick speeds. If you’re looking to play games such as

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NetCents Technology Provides Update on NetCents Cryptocurrency Visa Card

Engages i2c Inc., leading technology platform to accelerate growth

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp.October 23, 2020) – NetCents Technology Inc. (CSE: NC) (FSE: 26N) (OTCQB: NTTCF) (“NetCents” or the “Company“), a cryptocurrency payments company, is pleased to provide an update on the NetCents Cryptocurrency Credit Card.

To give additional background: on August 10, 2020, the Company announced that it joined the Visa Fintech Fast Track Program – for the rollout of a Crypto-Backed Visa Card. The Company has engaged with i2c Inc. (“i2c”) to be the backend provider that links directly into the Visa network.

NetCents sets itself apart in the field of true payments innovators who turn big ideas into reality,” said i2c EVP of Sales Kevin Fox, adding, “We couldn’t be more pleased to have them as partners and to play a role in helping them bring

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Amazon removing Apple Card as payment method

In an apparent technical glitch, Apple Card users have discovered that Amazon has removed the card from available payment options, and it cannot be added again.

Users began reporting the issue on Friday afternoon as the card disappeared from user’s payment options. The card cannot be added back, and users are met with an error when an attempt is made.

The Apple Card is a standard credit card from Goldman Sachs that uses the Mastercard payment network. There are no indications as to why the card is not working on Amazon’s store.

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A source inside Apple corporate not authorized to speak on behalf of the company told AppleInsider that “the problem is not on Apple’s or Goldman Sachs’ end.”

Goldman Sachs says “they’re aware of the issue and are working to resolve it as soon as possible,” though that is just a

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Intel Powers on DG2, Its First Discrete Graphics Card for PC Gaming

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Intel’s first dedicated graphics card for PC gaming is moving from the drawing board to early production.  

Intel CEO Bob Swan this week said the company is now producing initial samples of the “DG2” graphics card. “We also powered on our next-generation GPU for client DG2,” Swan said during an earnings call. “Based on our Xe high-performance gaming architecture, this product will take our discrete graphics capability of the stack into the enthusiast segment.”

Swan’s comments suggest Intel is on track to deliver the gaming graphics card in 2021. Interestingly, the company is tapping an unidentified third-party foundry to manufacture the GPU with rumors suggesting the supplier is TSMC.  

The card follows DG1, another discrete GPU — but designed for laptops that specialize in content creation, not gaming. During the call, Swan revealed the DG1 is “shipping now and will be in systems from multiple OEMs in Q4.”

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JPMorgan Chase takes on Square and PayPal with smartphone card reader, faster deposits for merchants

  • JPMorgan’s new QuickAccept service lets businesses take card payments within minutes, either through a mobile app or a contactless card reader, and users will see sales hit their Chase accounts on the same day.
  • That fast funding is offered free, unlike competitors including Square, which typically take a day or more and charge a 1.5% fee to make instant transfers.
  • The bank designed its QuickAccept card reader, a hardware device that processes card payments via tap, dip or swipe, internally with the help of a team gained from its 2017 WePay acquisition.
  • JPMorgan will soon migrate “a large portion” of its more than three million small business customers to the new service, said Jen Roberts, CEO of the Chase business banking unit.

JPMorgan rolls smartphone card reader service to rival Square



JPMorgan Chase is making a play to sell more services to millions of American

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