Diana Layfield, VP, Payments & Commerce, Next Billion Users at Google, writes on the Official Google India Blog:
We’ll start with support for more than 80 billers, including national and state electricity providers, gas and water, and DTH recharge. These include billers like Reliance Energy, BSES and DishTV, and in total will cover all states and major metros in India. Tez also supports Bharat BillPay system, which lets you fetch the latest bill from your providers.
Competition is always good.
Black Panther had a worldwide release this past Friday and the film, which has been getting incredible reviews from everywhere, has now gone into the history books with the 5th highest opening weekend at the box office.
Also notice how 8 out of the Top 10 films listed on the page as from the same studio. Guess which one?
The folks at Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv worked on a new visual identity for Jetpack — the WordPress plugin/service that supercharges your installation with additional features.
The new logotype has been drawn in a distinctive title case, and works well with the brand architecture that Jetpack is developing. The Jetpack symbol has also been simplified to emphasize its electricity and energy.
Jetpack is one of the first plugins I install on any new WordPress site and its new logo looks dope.
Manish Goregaonkar has published this absolutely fascinating analysis of the iOS crashing bug that occurs when it comes across a particular text string.
So there’s yet another iOS text crash, where just looking at a particular string crashes iOS. Basically, if you put this string in any system text box (and other places), it crashes that process. I’ve been testing it by copy-pasting characters into Spotlight so I don’t end up crashing my browser.
I was pretty interested in what made this sequence “special”, and started investigating.
Even if you are not interested in the technical details, I urge you to go read it. The explanation about Indic scripts is incredibly interesting read.