News and Articles About Mobile Payments
Starting next spring, merchants will be able to accept PayPal through their existing relationship with Discover card.
From fee structures to device compatibility and support, here are the differences between mobile payment providers you should know about before getting started.
More companies are accepting mobile payments. But failing to protect credit-card data could risk hefty penalties and fines.
When PayPal launched its newest mobile payment platform, it joined a wide selection of existing services. Here's a breakdown of the leaders.
Mobile payment systems such as Swipe, Pay Anywhere and Square offer merchants free readers, apps, activation and cancellation.
If you're thinking about accepting mobile payments, here's what you need to consider before getting started.
Looking into mobile payment applications for your business? Consider this comparison of the leading systems.
The popular mobile transaction application adds several new functions aimed at businesses.
'Geofencing' technology helps eliminate a customer's need to handle a credit card, or even a mobile phone, when making a purchase.
New 'contactless' mobile payment app might be ahead of its time, especially for small businesses.
Pageonce lands a new cash infusion to mobilize the 'wallet of the future.'
Now that just about everyone is carrying a cell phone, it's time to consider how to make mobile part of your marketing.
Learn how you can protect your business when it comes to point-of-sale systems for smartphones.
A California yogurt shop and other merchants are turning to a new mobile commerce method that sticks it to cash and credit.
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