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?
One of the nation's most fragmented public transit regions may start using mobile payments for train and bus rides by 2022.
So many banking apps, so many apps, so little sense made. But at least Chase is working with Samsung to extend its technological reach.
Users can split their bills easily right from the one app. Also, ticket vendors are rolling out support for ticket holding in the app.
Google Pay is officially launching in Germany ahead of both Samsung Pay and Apple Pay, with credit and debit cards supported by a quartet of banks.
The card has been in testing for months, but it's now finally rolling out to Venmo users who want to sign up for one and we have the link for that.
The dockless bike share system is accepting Apple's mobile payment system. They're celebrating by giving out two-hour ride coupons.
The first venue to test the new feature was in the Napa Valley as the BottleRock music festival, allowing customers access to an instant pick-up window.
The mobile payments system got a big update at Google I/O 2018 with two new major mediums it can store on users' devices: tickets and passes.
If you shop at certain retailers with Samsung Pay, you'll be eligible to receive a small percentage back for future use with Samsung Pay.
Nine months of a lapsed commitment, then a peek of a roll-out, then this official press release. Finally, PayPal funds can be used to make Samsung Pay purchases.
The company is reported to be working with a network of smaller, private label banks to offer conventional banking features.
It was last summer when Samsung announced that PayPal would become a funding source on its mobile payments platform. Boy, does an announcement echo far.
If you pay with Apple Pay for some furniture or clothes or trips, you'll be able to notch some nice discounts for the next couple of weeks.
Apple Pay is signing up millions of users per month and some of them are coming to the mobile payments platform with a white flag hung high.
The long-awaited release of Apple Pay in Brazil is limited to one bank, while thousands of local retailers and dozens of apps and websites will support the service right off the bat.
For the time being, Google Assistant users will only be able to pull off peer-to-peer payments through their Android or iOS phones.
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.
Google has recently started enforcing region-locking for use of Google Pay in the UK and the US. Now, it's available in three more countries.
The Chinese OEM has set out a future footprint for Russia for its mobile payments system and it could have sights for Europe.
Previewed early last month, the Google Pay Android app is now available as a free Play Store download in lieu of the old Android Pay digital wallet service.
BlackBerry Messenger users will have to look to an another chat app for integrated peer-to-peer payments through PayPal.
It's second behind Brazil to get the mobile payments system which will be available for cards from three issuers and several banks.