Square acquired photo sharing app Viewfinder today, which was attempting to build a private social network that let you send photos and later retract access rights if you want.
Square has just released the simplest way to send money to anyone online. And yet, there’s no guarantee it will be a success.
Today JUSP launched the Europe’s answer to the Square credit card reader in Milan, Italy. Like Square, this credit and debit card reader connects to any phone or tablet simply via your device’s headphone jack. But the company has plans not just for Europe, but also for Africa, Latin America, and parts of Asia that don’t have a developed point of sale infrastructure yet.
Accounting software company Intuit is adding support for popular mobile payment service Square to its QuickBooks app, the company announced today.
Square is making selling products online as simple as embedding a YouTube video in your blog.
The company, which launched on iOS just over a year ago to “deobfuscate” application crashes, helps developers find what’s happening when their mobile apps freeze or unexpectedly quit. Besides Twitter, companies like Square, Kayak, Yelp, Path, and Yammer use Crashlytics.
In other words, PayPal is all in.
It has barely been eight months since VeriFone announced its Sail mobile payments system, but the company is already retreating from the market.
Guest Post If you think that the rise of companies like Square means the end of paper money, you’re very, very wrong.
Putting its new money to good use, Square signed a lease on a 150,000 square-foot space at 1455 Market Street in San Francisco’s Central Market neighborhood.
Mobile payments startup Square, just two weeks after closing more than $200 million in new funding, announced the acquisition of New York design firm 80/20.
Groupon is now offering all of its merchants in the U.S. a way to accept credit card payments at low rates through mobile software and card reader attachments for iPhone and iPod Touch devices.
Editor’s Pick Jack Dorsey confessed something on stage here at Techonomy Detroit today: He hacked into the world’s largest dispatch company’s email system in order to get a job.
It’s getting to be a tough market in mobile commerce. Google and Apple are both out with solutions that approach digital wallet status, upstart startups like Square are claiming merchant mindshare, and the original mobile payments company, PayPal, is having to forge a path from the desktop to the smartphone.
Mobile payment company Square today added former Obama Chief Economic Advisor Larry Summers to its board of directors.