News and Articles About Mobile Payments
The coffee giant continues to prove itself a master of buzz.
Check out these three cool, innovative Nordic startups that are seeking to expand to the U.S.
The new payments paradigm has been billed as a potential credit-card killer.
One of the country's largest banks is teaming up with the social network to allow its customers to transfer money via tweets.
The mobile payments company's Order app now allows users to pre-order their coffee and alerts baristas as they approach.
What does this one-size-fits-all card mean for the mobile-payments landscape?
That's right. America's richest man believes Bitcoin is a promising payments solution. Why? Because its 'cheap.' However, his outlook isn't as bright on the anonymity aspect.
While startup competitors don't have PayPal's breadth of services, they are entering areas that the once-nimble PayPal should own -- but doesn't.
Mobile payments systems promise to be convenient but security is the first concern of people on both sides of a transaction.
The oft-maligned startup rolled out a product that looks very different from its initial $30 million idea.
Apple Pay just may revolutionize cashless payments.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley argues, however, that Samsung and others still have some time to come up with an alternative.
While Apple has taken security precautions, experts warn there are ways hackers can still get your data.
A new payments system baked into the forthcoming iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch could revolutionize how business is done across the globe.
The sixth-generation iPhones also come with a new Retina HD display and a mobile payments system that some say could upend the credit-card industry.
As the terrorist organization ISIS dominates international news, a mobile wallet company with the same name is now calling itself "Softcard."
As rumblings of a PayPal-eBay split resurface, former PayPal exec Keith Rabois thinks there is a simple solution.
Staying competitive following Amazon's announcement of its first mobile card reader, Square unveils new features.
It's only a matter of time before eBay subsidiary Braintree begins accepting Bitcoin payments, but eBay and PayPal wont, at least not initially.
Amazon officially entered the mobile payments race today. Here's a helpful roundup of the most important details small-business merchants should brush up on before making the leap.
How embracing this convenient, easy-to-adopt growing checkout practice can expand and enhance your customer service, right from your smartphone or tablet.
If the rumors are true, the nation's largest online retailer could give Square and PayPal a run for their money.
In Silbert's crystal ball, the cryptocurrency will be accepted by every e-commerce website and force money-transfer giants like Western Union and MoneyGram to close up shop.
Can fast food get faster? McDonald's is trying to speed up with tech, testing a new order-ahead and payment app in Georgia.