These two simple steps can help keep your data — and your money — safe from hackers.
Companies are scrambling to grab a piece of a very small pie as they acquire or roll out mobile wallet platforms to take on Apple Pay.
Smartphone service providers are now forbidden from blocking access to legal content or deliberately slowing data transfer speeds.
Smartphone maker Samsung this week acquired mobile payments startup LoopPay.
The credit processing company says it wants to track your location using your smartphone to reduce declined transactions and prevent fraud.
The kill switch, which allows smartphone owners to disable or erase a phone remotely, may be behind a huge drop in robberies, officials say.
Our survey found 71 percent of Americans indicate they use a mobile device — like a smartphone or tablet — to access the Internet.
Cable giant Cablevision will offer a nationwide Wi-Fi only mobile service beginning next month. Here’s why it won’t keep cellular carriers up at night.
Should a bank be able to make an automated call to a smartphone without first verifying the phone number’s owner?
The social media network has partnered with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to send out information when a child has been abducted.