Coming soon to a merchant near you: Poynt will let you decide how to pay for in-store purchases.
The e-commerce payment giant expands its offline reach to 18,000 brick-and-mortar shops across the U.S.
A new deal between the two companies will allow consumers in China to pair their Apple ID with the country's most popular payment card to make purchases on its App Store.
Anyone who shopped at a Home Depot store with a payment card since April may be exposed to the hack, the home improvement retailer says.
In a bid to dominate the physical retail experience, PayPal unveils a Bluetooth communicator that takes in-store payments hands-free.
The online payments company wants you to use its mobile payment app at any retail store, so it plans to use a generated code that is acceptable just about everywhere.
In what seems like a natural step, Apple will let store customers start using its own Passbook app for purchases, say blog sites TUAW and 9to5Mac.
By using smartphone apps and QR codes, the startup hopes to get around the barriers that most companies face with doing in-store mobile payments.
The service was first made available in May for Chrome Web Store applications. Google says the API can now be employed on apps "wherever they're hosted."
Company adds easy way for developers to incorporate one-touch in-app payments into their Chrome Web Store apps.