The company known for its mobile phone credit card scanner reveals another source of revenue as it continues to stave off reported money troubles.
Aiming for a common design aesthetic and user experience for merchants, the mobile payments company unveils a new piece of hardware.
Apple has already confirmed that it won't charge merchants or consumers for card transactions, yet it's unclear how much in fees the company can generate from banks.
Twitter dives into social-media fueled shopping with a "Buy" button that lets consumers purchase goods without leaving its site.
The Chinese e-commerce giant, poised to make US stock market history, sets some high expectations for its pricing.
Reports suggest Apple could unveil its own mobile-payments system and an NFC-equipped iPhone 6 at its September 9 event. If so, how would an Apple iWallet actually play out?
Unless customers got their orders in early -- and we mean very early -- they'll now have to wait until spring 2015 to get their hands on Coin's all-in-one credit card.
The startup ticked off preorder customers by announcing a shipping delay and communicating the news poorly. But Coin can still get back on its feet. Here's how.
The startup behind a smart electronic device that stores credit and debit cards will offer a beta program for 10,000 customers.
The social network scraps its gift-giving service, saying it wants to focus on helping businesses and developers boost their sales via the site.