Despite slower-than-expected adoption by consumers, mobile payments will still more than double this year compared with 2012, eMarketer says.
EE promises double 4G speeds in 12 cities tomorrow -- and the superfast network will buy you lunch too.
The two-year-old company says it's created a shopping experience that won't include cash or credit cards. It won't say how it does it, yet, but Silicon Valley's top investors believe it.
Research firm Gartner publishes a report indicating that poor NFC adoption has curtailed mobile-payment growth worldwide. But on the bright side, mobile money transfer is booming and will continue to grow through 2017.
The company said today that it will charge Square customers 3.25 percent per swipe. The Square Register app is also available in the country.
The company is offering the deal through the end of the year to businesses that dump their current register solution in favor of PayPal Here.
Adobe's new creative software requires a subscription, YouTube may soon launch premium channels, and the new Fitbit Flex is the best health-tracking device you can buy.
Private-car summoning service launches pilot program allowing taxi customers to use a smartphone app to request a cab. But the app won't accept payments, at least at first.
Neither near-field communications nor any similar mobile-payment technology appears to be on Apple's agenda at this point.
A freshly-published patent application describes a potential payments system in which buyers don't have to reveal any personal details to the retailer.