The Wocket is a stand-alone smart wallet that costs $180.
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If high prices have held you back from investing in wireless earbuds, the cheap new FireFlies might match your budget.
The service lets you pay for items via your smartphone, but it's good only at Walmart stores.
From the Cheapskate: Originally $99.99, this wallet features a built-in 2,400mAh battery and a Lightning cable. This dad likes it quite a bit.
Designed for portable durability, Coloud's two new on-ear headphone models and pair of earbuds ring up for less than $40 each.
Fitbit just bought wearable payments technology from Coin, but you won't likely see it in the 2016 product line.
Only a few months remain for Google Wallet's physical debit cards.
As expected, Apple introduces a cheaper, tinier iPhone, which starts at $399 and goes on sale Thursday.
The Hands Free app lets customers pay for items in stores by simply telling the cashier, "I'll pay with Google." But will customers speak up?