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Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez examines some challenges potentially facing the mobile wallet on Apple's new iPhone 6.
Apple intros mobile wallet capabilities that combine NFC, Passbook and Touch ID. Company has support from banks, major card issuers and retailers.
ACI Worldwide's Mark Ranta discusses the problem of keeping your mobile apps in order on a smartphone.
Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez reviews what has been an exciting week for the future of mobile payments.
The big message from this year's CONNECT Mobile Innovation Summit was not about retailers and restaurants deciding if mobile should be part of their digital efforts. Rather, it was about how brands should layer mobile into everything else they are doing.
Ed Busby, founder of Hudson Mobile Advisory, lays out a plan for merchants to accept mobile payments.
At least one merchant services provider believes the card networks should consider it to stay relevant as more payment providers, and alternatives such as Bitcoin, enter the market.
Michelle Evans, senior consumer finance analyst at Euromonitor International, shares her key takeaways from last week's conference.
MAPCO Express customers can use the new mobile app at 276 locations across Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.
Brands are more concerned about creating the right overall mobile experience that will keep users coming back again and again.
Square sellers can now view their sales data alongside additional analytics from dozens of other platforms such as social media services and other payment providers.
Retailer is still in the process of determining the scope of the intrusion, which first began in April.
The initial partnership consists of deals with Burberry, DonorsChoose and GLAAD, and also with a variety of big names in entertainment, including Brad Paisley, Demi Lovato, Eminem, Pharrell, Paramore, Ryan Adams, Soundgarden and others.
Processor gives businesses the ability to expand their payment card acceptance options.
Bank Mandiri partners with goSwiff and local company to release Mandiri Mobile POS.
Company's new offering gives retailers the ability to offer consumers custom rewards.
The greater the number of features -- such as mobile payments -- associated with a card, the greater the likelihood of customer retention.
CurrentC has been launched in private pilot mode in select locations across the country. The private pilot will expand through 2014, with regional and national rollouts to follow in 2015.
BitPay will process bitcoin transactions at the school's bookstore.
Mobile POS provider partners with TaxJar, an online service that manages sales tax filing for e-commerce merchants.
European mobile point-of-sale provider payleven drops fixed pay-as-you-go transaction fee-model for U.K. customers processing more than £2,500 per month.
Companies with combine efforts to offer payment products and create the largest at-pump interactive digital media network.
Strategic technology partnership allows Apriva resellers to offer merchants Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin acceptance.
Citi is the first global bank to introduce its own branded digital wallet in the U.S.
Entersekt's mobile application provides an addition to 3D Secure protection of online purchases.
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