MasterCard's PayPass wallet will start with online purchases before moving to the physical world.
Credit card company executive Ed McLaughlin shares with CNET his vision of how the company's partnerships will spur the adoption of the digital wallet.
Digital wallets from Square, Visa, MasterCard, and others have a major perception problem, a study from ComScore finds.
Google's executive chairman and former CEO says as many as one-third of retail stores and restaurants will allow for mobile payments within the next year.
It seems some toes may have been stepped on with Google's debut of its new Wallet app -- American Express never agreed to be included in the upgrade.
The chipmaker opens the Intel Developer Forum 2012 with a peek at what it's doing to enable touch and speech functionality across all devices.
Bloomberg reports that AT&T and Verizon Wireless are working with Discover and Barclays to launch a new service that would allow people to use their smartphones as credit cards.
Details obtained from early iPhone prototypes by 9to5Mac suggest that the new phone will include the necessary hardware to enable near field communication.
Customers can soon make payments by tapping special credit cards or smartphones against new laptops. The system will work with Google Wallet.
Intel and MasterCard want to use near-field communication (NFC) to pay for things by touching your phone on your Ultrabook laptop.