The two companies strike a partnership to bring mobile payments technology to more than 20 Chevron stations in California.
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The deal also means iPhone 6 users will be able to use Apple Pay to take a bite out of their favorite Subway sandwich.
Now available in the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch, NFC is poised to play an important role in the way we use our phones, especially when it comes to mobile payments. Here's how it works.
Wired reports a mobile-payments platform powered by near-field communication is coming to the next iPhone, backing up similar stories last month.
The electronics conglomerate wants to turn its smartphones into digital wallets, just like its competitors have.
Samsung's answer to Apple Pay is being tested in its home country of South Korea. CNET had the chance to see how the mobile payment system works in real life.
Samsung Pay is now slated for a September launch in the US and South Korea -- with China, Europe and more markets to follow.
It's been a year since Apple Pay launched in the US, yet mobile payment systems have not taken off in a big way with consumers. With Samsung Pay and Android Pay also on the market, CNET.com's Lexy Savvides looks at what you should consider when using mobile payments.
The startup intends to trade under the ticker symbol "SQ" on the New York Stock Exchange.
A mobile payment system that works almost everywhere? That's the Samsung Pay promise. We take it for a test drive in shops around San Francisco.