Seamless and GrubHub have signed a definitive agreement to merge as the two companies look to build an organization with enhanced financial strength that can better scale in the rapidly growing food-ordering industry.
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With Google Wallet’s head having recently left the company and speculation rampant that a rumored plastic Google Wallet card has been canceled, new questions are arising about just how well the search giant’s foray into mobile payments is faring.
As devices and network speeds improve and more brands take on a mobile-first approach, mcommerce will continue to accelerate and build momentum in 2013.
Tax service provider H&R Block is bulking up its application with features that help prepaid card members manage their finances.
Starting on Monday, some smartphone owners in Salt Lake City, UT, and Austin, TX, will be able to tap and pay for purchases using the Isis mobile wallet.
Apple’s much anticipated first step into mobile payments is finally here, with the company readying a way for customers in its stores to pay for purchases using the Passbook application.
Apple’s Passbook recently debuted to mixed reactions. However, there is no doubt that it will in some way be a driving force for retailers.
Given Starbucks’ significant success with its mobile payments application and the growing options for merchants to integrate payments into their own apps, when does it make sense for a merchant to offer a branded payments solution?
Isis’ much-ballyhooed launch of an NFC-enabled mobile wallet will not take place this month after all as the company continues to work the kinks out of the solution.
Google is continuing to expand its Google Wallet mobile payments application to insert it into a broader array of shopping experiences. In the latest news, the company is making Google Wallet available as a checkout service on mobile commerce and desktop sites.