This will increase the frequency of StreetPasses for anyone who regularly goes by a Nintendo Zone at Starbucks, McDonald’s, or other retail outlets.
Google will soon provide free Wi-Fi inside all 7,000 company-operated Starbucks locations in the United States, the company announced today.
Smartphone and tablet devices will get a quick boost while you’re sipping your coffee.
Social media management utility HootSuite added the most popular online survey tool, SurveyMonkey, to its app directory today, along with real-time visual traffic analysis tool Chartbeat.
And, almost as an aside, the company stated that it has now passed seven million users.
Paying with Square’s mobile payments solution at Starbucks is often more of a hassle than it’s worth (well, at least in 24 locations).
In a move to further its partnership, 7,000 company-operated Starbucks locations will begin selling Square’s mobile credit card readers that help small businesses process payments, Square announced today.
Guest Post As brands like Starbucks and Honda showed this year, marketers can use social networks for more than just sending messages to customers.
Veterans of the Starbucks Card Mobile team create their own white-label mobile payments platform for merchants, backed by $10 million.
Guest Post I had a magical mobile payments experience today.
If you’re the type of person that happily pays $4 for a coffee-like beverage, then you’ll definitely be interested in what Starbucks is rolling out today.
The coffee conglomerate officially launched Passbook integration Thursday. The update allows Starbucks mobile users on iPhone and iPod to store their digital cards in Passbook for quick and easy mobile payments.
Editor’s Pick Developers are already releasing their own gift and loyalty card apps for Passbook — an app that puts your loyalty cards, coupons, boarding passes, event tickets, and more on the iPhone. The app launched today, alongside iOS 6, Apple’s latest mobile operating system.
Guest Post For die hard Starbucks junkies, it seems the best bet in the short term is to pay with your Starbucks card or the Starbucks mobile app.
Guest Post By now, you’ve probably heard that Starbucks is going to be investing $25 million in Square, the San Francisco-based mobile payments company. As part of the deal, Starbucks will switch its credit and debit card processing to Square in the United States. But once you get past the headline, what does this really mean?
Editor’s Pick After hearing chief executives Jack Dorsey and Howard Schultz discuss how the arrangement came to be, it seems like one of the most logical unions between tech and business in recent memory.
In surprising news tonight, mobile payments startup Square has announced an extensive partnership with Starbucks.
The Starbucks brand may be synonymous with pricey lattes, but the coffee conglomerate has pushed a number of mobile initiatives in 2011 to make its name also stand for digital innovation.
Starbucks has processed more than 20 million mobile payment transactions, the company revealed during its earnings call Thursday.
Rovio Entertainment, the company behind Angry Birds, is in talks with Starbucks to bring the game to life in Starbucks’ retail locations.
Starbucks will soon begin offering free iPhone apps, just like it does for music from iTunes, at its checkout counters, CNet reports.