Easily split a tab or send money to someone using your iOS or Android device.
By saying “send money” out loud, some people could soon have the ability to wire friends cash with their eyeglasses.
An e-wallet service from the social network, that lets you store money on your account to spend across the Web, is waiting on regulatory approval in Ireland, reports Financial Times.
The Android and iOS mobile apps add new features to track online orders, receive notifications, and more.
Blockchain claims that Apple offered "no explanation and no opportunity to address any issues" with its application or Bitcoin wallets.
The patent application describes the backend for an e-wallet system that would let people securely pay for items on the go via their mobile phones.
While NFC adoption has yet to set the mobile world on fire, Google moves to broaden access to Google Wallet with a debit card tied to your account.
Google revamped its Wallet application to allow users to send money to anyone in the US for free. Here's how you can get started.
Previously only available for Android phones, the virtual wallet app is now up for grabs for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch owners.
The new version of Google's virtual wallet can handle all phones running Android 2.3 or higher, and lets you send money to any U.S. resident with an e-mail address.