I met with Samsung on its home turf in South Korea to see how Samsung Pay is going to get better at letting you pay for things without thinking too hard.
Even as Apple grapples with lower iPhone sales, its mobile payments service continues to make gains.
Mastercard has a new way for people to pay via their Android phones. Sorry, iPhone users, you're out of luck.
Criminals stole credit card info -- including names and numbers -- in a malware attack revealed earlier this year at more than 300 franchise locations in the US.
If you're one of the very few who own a Windows 10 handset, and have a compatible credit card, you'll be able to use Microsoft Wallet with tap-to-pay this summer. That's a lot of ifs.
CEO Dan Schulman envisions a day when cashier lines die off as phones give people "all the power of a bank branch in the palm of their hand."
The credit card company made a water-resistant, battery-free ring that athletes can test out at the games in Rio.
World's biggest phone maker inks payments deal with the financial affiliate of China's biggest e-commerce company.
Fitbit just bought wearable payments technology from Coin, but you won't likely see it in the 2016 product line.
Diapers didn't work out so well for Amazon last year, but the retailer seems to be trying again with its own generic brand of grocery items. Meanwhile, Walmart Pay launches in nearly 600 stores, but it's not as snazzy as Apple Pay or Android Pay.