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Alibaba's payments arm is involved in a transit pilot in 30 cities across China.
Kristen Gramigna, chief marketing officer for BluePay, gives some insight into what she believes works at the point of sale.
The joint venture between AT&T; Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless will change its name to avoid any perceived connection with extremist militant terrorist group.
Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez addresses one particular marketing issue that is backfiring on mobile wallet providers.
Technology is giving this corner of the payments market renewed energy.
Cherian Abraham, who is the mobile commerce and payments lead at Experian Global Consulting, dives into what we could see happen in the next iPhone.
The trade group Mobey Forum advises financial institutions to reconsider the role prepaid plays in mobile financial services.
Noah Glass, Founder and CEO of Olo, believes mobile ordering will one day change this particular industry.
The main goal of the system is to finally deliver the most basic financial services to a large number of citizens that have, in their abject state of financial exclusion, been reduced to mere spectators to the oft-spectacular Indian growth story.
Mobile network operators, bank card issuers, acquirers and the card brands are working together on a variety of projects.
Executives from White Castle and Dave & Buster's gave their take on the issue at the NRA Show.
Tomasz Krajewski, head of commerce at eLeader, discusses the conditions needed in a country for Vodafone to find success with its mobile payment system.
Boston-based company says customers increased spend after merchants integrated iBeacon.
ACI Worldwide's Mark Ranta thinks FIs should take it to another level.
CEO Ben Kaplan discusses the role gift cards can play in mobile payments.
Agency wants to know how emerging tech can help financially underserved consumers
Android might have the market share, but consumers spend more with Apple's system.
Smartphone devices and apps changing how consumers interact with machines.
Executives gathered at the National Restaurant Association Show last month to discuss growing trend.
BISON intended to help companies self-regulate.
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