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PSD2-compliant payment product that supports merchants to handle complex split settlements. Quick integration and no upfront fees, while meeting all PSD2 requirements. Acapture, a global, data-driven omnichannel PSP, has launched SlicePay, an easy-to-integrate product designed to reduce the burden of payouts to multiple parties in various countries and currencies. By adding SlicePay to its portfolio, Acapture now offers a PSD2-compliant solution to its international clientele. It supports marketplaces, sharing economy operators, franchises, online travel agencies and other companies handling third-party funds to become fully compliant with PSD2 (Payment Service Directive 2).

iPhone X: Everything We Know

The iPhone X is Apple's new flagship 10th anniversary iPhone featuring a 5.8-inch OLED display, facial recognition and 3D camera functionality, a glass body, and an A11 Bionic processor. It will launch on Friday, November 3. The iPhone X, pronounced "iPhone 10," was introduced at Apple's September 2017 event as a classic "One more thing..." addition to the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus product lineup. According to Apple, the iPhone X represents the biggest technological leap forward since the original iPhone was introduced 10 years ago, and it sets the path for the next decade of iPhone development.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch could be seen as one of the biggest comebacks in phone history following last year's disastrous Galaxy Note 7 battery failures, and after the successful arrival of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus earlier in the year, the signs are the Note 8 is set to build on that. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is official, and we've got everything you need to know about Samsung's brand new phablet right here.Samsung took to the stage in New York at its latest Unpacked event to take the covers off the Galaxy Note 8 - revealing a big screen smartphone complete with dual cameras and an updated S Pen.

HTC is partnering with Qualcomm for a self-contained Vive virtual reality headset exclusive to the Chinese market. The headset, called the Vive Standalone, is billed as a “premium” device and will run apps from HTC’s Viveport platform. It’s powered by a Snapdragon 835 chip and is based on Qualcomm’s all-in-one reference design, which includes inside-out positional tracking that would put it in the company of high-end tethered headsets.