317 Results for



Visa helps Olympic athletes make payments using jewelery

The credit card company made a water-resistant, battery-free ring that athletes can test out at the games in Rio.

By 3 June 2016


Walmart, Visa go to court over how you pay for your unicorn helmet

The giant retailer and the giant financial services company fight over PINs versus signatures.

By 12 May 2016


Visa talks up shopping speed of its high-tech Quick Chip plastic

Designed for both security and convenience, Quick Chip-equipped cards will make shopping faster and safer, says Visa.

By 20 April 2016


Visa, Chevron pump up mobile payments

The two companies strike a partnership to bring mobile payments technology to more than 20 Chevron stations in California.

By 6 October 2015


Ibtihaj Muhammad parries her way to Olympic fencing dreams

CNET chats with the US Olympic fencer on breaking barriers, staying connected and wearing techie jewelry.

By 6 June 2016


Apple Pay says bonjour to France and nei ho to Hong Kong

The mobile payments service is now available in nine countries, with two new regions added in the past 24 hours.

By 20 July 2016


Android Pay launches in Australia in partnership with ANZ, Amex

Customers from ANZ, American Express and a number of smaller financial institutions can now make contactless payments with their Android phone, and shopping and delivery apps are jumping on board too.

By 14 July 2016


Amazon signals plans to expand in PayPal's backyard

With a new partnership program, Amazon Payments is hoping to find its way onto many more retailer websites.

By 5 April 2016


Apple-FBI drama continues, plus Kanye, Chris Christie make social waves (The 3:59, Ep. 3)

What Apple and the FBI told Congress; how your car might pay at the pump for you; and trending social topics Chris Christie and Kanye West. CNET gives you the latest tech news, fast.

By 3 March 2016


Paying with your face and car is the new paying with your phone

Mobile payments companies are using tech to make it even easier for us to spend more money.

By 3 March 2016