They sound alike, but the two mobile payment solutions each offer their own unique advantages.
Samsung's rival to Apple Pay puts your credit card information on your smartphone, letting you securely buy things with a swipe of your thumb and a tap of your finger.
To honor the memory of iconic "Star Trek" actor Leonard Nimoy, some Canadians are drawing Spock on their $5 bills.
More and more, says Juniper Research, people will use their mobile devices to buy products or do their banking, boosted by services such as Apple Pay.
Technically Incorrect: Nanoplug took to Indiegogo to plug its tech for a tiny hearing aid, but now it's touting a device that appears identical to a product already on the market. Contributors are furious.
Alibaba's Tmall online marketplace for consumers in China plays host to retailers like Apple and Nike, which pay Alibaba a commission on all sales. Amazon decides to suck it up and join the list.
The exchange's Web site is back online, but only with a statement that it's closing all transactions for the time being.
We spoke to Ubuntu's mobile boss, Cristian Parrino, to find out how the operating system is different from Android, Firefox and Tizen.
Hewlett-Packard aims to offer simple, secure tools to help big companies muster next-generation mobile networks.
Fraud detection systems can lock accounts when people travel, but location-sensing smartphone software now can help approve a legitimate transaction.