The payments company is working to give its customers more choices, in hopes of becoming a bigger part of their financial lives.
At the Outside Lands music festival in San Francisco, visitors are given an RFID wristband that can be loaded with money to pay for food, drinks and merchandise.
We also look at Facebook's changes to its Messenger app and Cuban content coming to the US via Dish Network.
CEO Dan Schulman envisions a day when cashier lines die off as phones give people "all the power of a bank branch in the palm of their hand."
We also hit on PayPal's push for more workplace flexibility and Elon Musk's vision for Mars.
The payments company starts a return-to-work program called Recharge in another push by the tech industry to provide more workplace flexibility.
To remain in business there, the online payments service would need to set up local IT systems, which it does not plan to do.
The payments service says it will cease support for apps on these mobile platforms in order to focus more on Apple iOS and Google Android devices.
Hogan, the former pro wrestler, won more than $115 million in a Florida jury trial in March. Turns out he had some significant backing from a Silicon Valley billionaire.
Planning on crowdfunding a pair of hamburger earmuffs or those fancy neon hover boots? Be warned: PayPal won't back your purchase if the campaign falls through.
The company reveals it received a request in March for documents related to a probe into possible deceptive or unfair practices by Venmo.
Amazon hooks up with boutique clothier Moda Operandi, hoping to catch some magic for its fledgling payments service.
How much do you hate wrinkled clothes?
A Swedish company known for its high-end ironing systems will soon begin to sell a smart iron that costs more than $1,000.