Who needs money when you can have iMoney?
Clip hopes to tailor its payment solution to Spanish-speaking consumers.
In other words, PayPal is all in.
Last week I bought 13 laptops from WalMart.com. There were only two problems: I didn’t buy them, and they weren’t being shipped to my house. I’d been hacked.
Foursquare has teamed up with Visa and Mastercard to expand its check-in deals service that lets users earn better specials by using their credit cards.
Guest Post Today’s gamers have an unprecedented range of platforms, payment options and preferences to choose from, and there is little doubt that the digital goods economy will continue to grow.
The good news, if you’re PayPal, is that almost three quarters of Americans know about you and your digital wallet solution. The bad news is that under half of them really understand what a digital wallet is.
Hacktivist Christopher Weatherhead was convicted today of “conspiracy to impair” the operations of a number of payments companies in 2010.
Rovio Entertainment’s Angry Birds is going everywhere, including the prepaid-debit-card market.
Google Wallet, which just recently made big changes to support Visa, American Express, and Discover cards, is now apparently making even bigger changes. As in, back to the future changes.
In part two of our discussion on the transition to digital gaming, our Login panelists ponder how quickly the changes to all-digital will come.
Technology matters, but so does chronology. Disruption is happening in games, but at what pace?
WikiLeaks announced today that it is “back open for donations.”
Visa has led a $40 million investment round in TrialPay, one of the leaders in alternative payments known as offers.
Facebook is soon to have 14 percent of the world’s population all to itself. A new study says the social network will hit one billion users this year.
Mobile payments are on the rise, but what about when a small merchant needs to make a payment? Intuit is releasing its own debit card, tethered to its mobile payments service GoPayment to help business owners keep the cash organized.
Mobile rewards startup Shopkick has partnered with credit giant Visa to incentivize purchases made within a brick and mortar retail store, the companies announced today.
Visa announced V.me today, a PayPal-like online payments system, along with a new developer center encouraging developers to actually use it.
Google is taking its mobile payment product, Google Wallet, on the road.
Visa’s mobile payments future just got real. The company announced today that it will deploy dual-mode chips in its infrastructure that will pave the way for NFC-based mobile payments, and it has also come up with an aggressive strategy to bring retailers on board.
One out of every three online gamers is spending real money on virtual goods, according to a new study by Visa’s PlaySpan and VG Market Study.
Isis, the mobile payment network put together by AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile, today announced that it now has the support of Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
With eBay’s acquisition of Zong Thursday for $240 million, it’s hard not see it as the first salvo in a major war over today’s most important business theatre, mobile payments.