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.
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.
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 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.
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.
The app was published to the Play Store, left for LG Android phone users curious enough to download in confusion and had a hint of flagship moniker projection.
But where will it actually launch, if the long-imagined mobile payments system actually does? Nothing is assured from a trademark application.
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?
It started with Google Wallet which then turned into Android Pay and then…
The current breadth of mobile payment systems is still fairly limited. We’ve…
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