From Apple Pay to Zelle, these are the best apps for mobile payments and sending money online.
In today's top stories, Apple is reportedly working on a feature to let merchants take payments on an iPhone without any extra hardware. Meanwhile, Microsoft announces new features headed to Windows next month.
The development of the next game in the hallmark RPG franchise is being pushed back nearly six months, according to its producer.
In today's top stories, the social network site Reddit said it's going public. Meanwhile, social video app TikTok is making changes to its algorithm to show less problematic content.
In today's top stories, Elon Musk's company leaves California for Texas, while Square follows in the footsteps of Facebook and renames itself.
The change comes the same week that company CEO Jack Dorsey left his other CEO role -- at Twitter.
Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of Twitter, will no longer head the social media giant. CTO Parag Agrawal is now the boss.
Buy-now-pay-later services have flourished since the pandemic began, with PayPal introducing its own service in May.
The company says its new tools let payments, banking and cash flow "work as one."
CEO Jack Dorsey, a Bitcoin proponent, is putting more effort behind the cryptocurrency.
'We're doing it,' the digital payments company's CEO says in a tweet.
The Twitter and Square CEO says the project would be "entirely in the open."