Apple Pay or merchants' CurrentC? Consumers will have to decide which mobile payments system works better for them.
Apple says a total of 750 banks and credit unions are now working with the iPhone-centric payment service.
The closure comes amid rocky efforts by tech companies to expand into the financial industry.
South Korean authorities have commenced a search and seizure at LG Electronics' headquarters in Seoul as part of their investigation into whether LG employees intentionally damaged rival Samsung's washing machines.
With the expanded list, Apple says its mobile-payments system now supports cards that account for 90 percent of credit card purchases in the US.
Here's a snapshot of the high-profile hubbub between those who make art and the online firms that sell it.
Startup plans to use the funds to meet demand for its iPad point-of-sale platform for retailers, restaurants and grocery stores.
Microsoft's latest Windows Phone ad pokes fun at the idiocy of overzealous Samsung and Apple fanboys.
Microsoft's entry into the smartwatch market might be worth your time. Also, Moto unveils the Droid Turbo and AT&T's in trouble with the FTC, in this look back at the week.
Coming soon to a merchant near you: Poynt will let you decide how to pay for in-store purchases.