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Blue Nile, Neiman Marcus, Office Depot and Rue La La among the latest merchants who plan to offer MasterCard's digital wallet service at checkout.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in January, and what we can learn from them.
Apple released record-breaking first quarter earnings Tuesday afternoon, but the mobile payments industry still doesn't have concrete transaction numbers for the company's wallet.
Mobile Payments Today caught up with the mobile wallet provider at the National Retail Federation's Big Show trade conference.
Michelle Evans, senior consumer finance analyst at Euromonitor International, states her case for why retailers need to have a way to reach consumers anytime and anywhere.
Company debuts the Toughpad FZ-R1, a tablet that features an integrated EMV reader and is also capable of accepting NFC-enabled mobile payments.
Jordan McKee, a senior analyst on the 451 Research Mobility team, discusses how same-day in-store pickup options are working well for retailers who are offering it. Mobile can eventually play a large role in this recent trend, he wrote.
The partnership between the two companies gives small and medium-sized merchants another option for mobile point-of-sale services as Microsoft positions its newest tablet as a commerce device.
Consumer technology preferences are forcing merchants to rethink how they meet expectations.
Panelists discuss the need for merchants to build great experiences in physical enviroments and use mobile to enhance interaction.
The mobile wallet joint venture between AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile recently made changes to restructure the organization.
Cloud-based software provider Moki has announced that Belly, which it says is the country's largest customer loyalty network and marketing solution, has selected Moki's Total Control to manage, secure and analyze 11,500 customer-facing digital signage kiosk tablets that power Belly's loyalty program in more than 10,000 businesses worldwide.
Company says some 50,000 locations nationwide accept the company's wallet and rewards program.
The holiday shopping season accounted for the majority of such transactions.
Lootsie, a loyalty and rewards platform for mobile apps, has raised $3.5 million in seed funding as it seeks to improve its product.
TCF Bank, Western Union and USA Technologies all announce integration within their respective businesses.
Users can link a closed-loop gift card to the app to pay for purchases at 680 locations.
Revenue that mobile commerce merchants lost to fraud spiked 70 percent in 2014 to 1.36 percent compared with 0.80 percent in 2013.
InvoiceASAP, which provides invoice services for small businesses, is the first WePay customer to implement the Instant Buy feature.
The company soon will roll out its mobile order-ahead service to 600 locations throughout the West Coast.
The companies are announced a limited promotion for customers who sign up in January and February to receive a free chip and PIN card reader and free transactions for their entire first month.
Smart terminals will accept magnetic stripe, EMV and NFC payments.
The SwipeSimple product includes encrypted mobile card readers, payment acceptance applications for iOS and Android devices, a real-time reporting and admin dashboard for merchants, and a reseller portal.
The user experience combines SMS, voice, mobile Web, and access to mobile apps to bridge users from offline to online.
The mobile wallet will be accepted at 217 locations in northern California and northern Nevada.
Company also puts emphasis on contactless and EMV acceptance.
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