China’s ecommerce sectors continue to show that mobile wallet systems can be successful, according to new data from Forrester Research.
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PayPal has pulled the plug on mobile remote check deposit, eliminating a distraction as the company continues to focus on building its digital payments business.
Social gifting brand eGifter claims to be the first iOS application to offer bitcoins as a payment option.
Tim Hortons announced the launch of its successfully piloted scan-to-pay bar code technology that makes grabbing a quick bite to eat mobile efficient.
Yogurty’s addresses the adoption challenges faced by some mobile wallets with the integration of its loyalty program as an incentive to propel mobile payments.
With no clear leader in mobile payments, a rapidly growing number of merchants are planning branded payment apps threatening to cause consumer fatigue and a shakeout.
Apple has made big leaps forward in the past by owning entire ecosystems, and the payments space has so many historically entrenched players that displacing them would be difficult.
Is mobile technology the silver bullet that has finally arrived which will change the rules and be a catalyst for redistribution of value creation from the payments players to the merchant segment?
The Western Union Co. launched a new mobile money transfer service for Nigerian consumers to continue its goal of offering mobile commerce services around the world.
A number of near field communication-enabled devices are hitting the market and many marketers are experimenting with their own mobile payment technology. However, consumer education about NFC is still rather low and although the technology is somewhat new, 2013 may not be the year of contactless payments.