Aiming for a common design aesthetic and user experience for merchants, the mobile payments company unveils a new piece of hardware.
The location-based social network is extending its merchant-friendly tools to iPhone and Android.
Starting next year, merchants will be able to accept PayPal payments if they have an existing relationship with Discover's payment network.
A Wall Street Journal story contends that, in some cases, Amazon has looked at which products merchants are selling that are popular, and started competing with them.
The search giant wants to expand its merchant approval program to any U.S. businesses worthy of Google's stamp of approval. It's all a part of the company's new shopping experience.
New company lets you text your local businesses. And get a reply back. Yeah, you think that'd already be a thing, but it isn't.
New feature on check-in service lets businesses send status updates that may include special promotions and photos to repeat customers already in the vicinity.
Company says location-based offers and broad mobile accessibility will be features of the new platform, which won't require merchants to adopt new infrastructure or buy new terminals.
The auction giant releases the results of a report about the environmental benefits of its small-seller business model. Is it legit or just some image-boosting?
The Silicon Valley startup is unveiling technology that tracks shoppers - inside and outside of physical stores. But don't freak out.