In partnership with retailers, banks, and credit card companies, Apple will launch the iOS mobile payment service Apple Pay in October.
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The exchange's Web site is back online, but only with a statement that it's closing all transactions for the time being.
The agency reportedly has a special division that monitors international banking and credit card transactions, says Germany's Der Spiegel.
Looking to battle competitors, the e-commerce company forecasts nearly double revenue and active users over the next two years.
Big W has revamped its iPhone app, making it possible to shop from Big W within the app — and, in a first for Australia, make lay-bys.
The mobile payments startup won some great press after announcing it's processing $4 billion a year. It's not as terrific as it seems.
It seems like everyone's a winner according to SecondMarket's latest Private Company Report. Investors are investing and some little startups are getting lots of attention.
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The mobile payment service drops its barrier to entry to gain market share.
Public-cloud providers could go a long way to making enterprise feel comfortable by providing access to log and data transaction analytics.