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Breaking : Delhi High Court orders PayPal to stop services in...

PayPal, an online payments system, based out of California has received a notice from Delhi High Court to stop its operations in India at...

API-based startup Postman bags $50 million from CRV, Nexus Venture Partners

Postman, a Bengaluru-based platform for API development has bagged $50 million (approx ₹350 crore) in fresh funding led by CRV along with participation from...

PayPal refuses to come to Pakistan fearing company’ interest protection: Official

Islamabad, May 17: PayPal will not come to Pakistan despite the government's efforts to convince the American company, which operates a worldwide online payment...

Huawei CFO’s arrest compels countries to impose ban over buying or...

Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer (CFO) of Huawei was arrested in Canada on behalf of the United States on Saturday and was facing...

How to download and convert YouTube videos to mp3 format

YouTube is the world's leading video sharing platform whose headquarters is in San Bruno, California. The service was started in February 14, 2005, by 3 PayPal employees....

PayPal to soon integrate with Google services

For several years now PayPal has been a billing option in the billing option in the Play Store, while Android Pay integration arrived last...

Digital payments company PayPal starts domestic operations in India

In the crowded digital payments market of India, PayPal is banking on Buyer and Seller protection feature.

Paypal’s India business operations to being starting next week

Paypal is expected to launch their India operations starting next week. In the first stage, the company will provide a payment gateway for merchants.

PayPal launches technology innovation labs in Bengaluru, Chennai

Paypal has launched 2 innovation labs in Chennai and Bengaluru to help innovators working with new technologies.

PayPal launches Go Global, Shopping Buddy campaigns in India

Paypal, an online payments platform has launched two new campaigns in India which will primarily focus on the concept of referrals.