Apple has announced a new 'Tap to Pay' feature for iOS that will allow US merchants and small business owners to accept payments directly on their iPhones.
Apple is working on a solution for iPhones that would enable them to accept debit and credit card payments through NFC, as per a new report. It claims that this functionality will be enabled through a future iOS update.
It seems that Apple Pay's Express Transit isn't as safe for some users, as some researchers showed ways to fool the system
What does Apple mean by the "Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) has taken effect?" Here's what PSD2 is and why you shouldn't bother if you use Apple Pay.
Apple Pay and other contactless payment options can now be used to pay for your tickets at subway stations and buses in Manhattan
Google is apparently working to link their Google Pay accounts to checking accounts with the collaboration of Citigroup
Yes, even contactless cards are being accepted at the registers these days. What took the United States's largest drugstore chain so long to adapt?
Samsung Pay is narrowly ahead of Apple Pay in terms of the number of global markets supported, even if the latter has made a much earlier debut in Italy.
Following Ireland and Taiwan earlier this year, as well as more than a dozen countries previously, Apple Pay has now officially expanded to Italy.
Today's another big day for the digital wallet market, as Android Pay, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay expand to Belgium, Ireland and India respectively.
More US banks are supporting Android Pay now than you can count, as well as a rapidly growing roster of Australian Apple Pay partners.
Hong Kong's tap-and-pay ecosystem started in 1997 with the Octopus Card and has only recently began to include smartphones. Will Apple Pay make way in HK?
Ever since we've used money, people have tried to steal it. That's even more true today than in prior years. NFC may address that, but is Android Pay safe?
Wait, didn't Google Wallet work at this CVS last week? Find out why companies are blocking NFC payments as a power play.
Learn why there's an iPad NFC chip in the latest models even though they can't participate in contactless mobile payments.