A new survey of 3,000 adults in the U.S. and Canada finds a higher percentage of people use cash weekly than credit or debit cards.
The country’s largest retailer this week rolled out its mobile payments service nationally, allowing any customer with a smartphone to pay at checkout without using a physical credit or debit card.
The giant retailer this week unveiled its own mobile payment service, Walmart Pay. Will customers buy into it?
A Canadian-based startup has developed wearable technology that let’s you authenticate credit card payments with your heartbeat.
The tech giant announced Wednesday that select 2014 and 2015 Samsung Smart TVs will soon support major credit cards, debit cards, PayPal and other mobile billing options, allowing owners to pay for content from the comfort of their living room.
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The network is testing new technology that lets you approve purchases via facial scan in an attempt to curb fraud.
A new partnership allows cardholders to wear their credit on their wrist.
These two simple steps can help keep your data — and your money — safe from hackers.
Smartphone maker Samsung this week acquired mobile payments startup LoopPay.