Smartphone maker Samsung this week acquired mobile payments startup LoopPay.
The Apple Pay rival, CurrentC, is causing many retailers to hold off on adopting the new payment system.
I’ve attempted to make purchases twice using the new service, and both experiences have left me cold – but for different reasons.
A smartwatch app from Wallaby Financial can recommend what credit card to use based on rewards, balances and credit utilization.
LoopPay’s iPhone case allows you to make mobile payments virtually anywhere.
Security is still top concern for smartphone users regarding mobile banking payments.
Before mobile payments can really take off, providers and smartphone users are going to need to take some steps to boost security.
A new deal between Square and Starbucks may be a big step toward wider acceptance of smartphone-based payments.
Lost smartphones are a tempting target for thieves looking to access your financial accounts.
Another mobile wallet is on its way, and it may offer more options than the one made by that certain search engine giant. Isis, a venture among Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile, said Monday consumers will be able to load their prepaid, debit and credit cards from Chase, Capital One and Barclaycard onto their cellphones