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Mobile World Congress may be over, but the dust is still settling from the biggest mobile event of the year.
Many Starbucks fans are angry about the changes and sharing their rage via Twitter, but loyalty platform experts agree that the move was smart for the coffee chain.
Thomas Yohannan gives his thoughts on the company as it prepares to release its first earnings report as a public company next week.
The company is testing what it calls a 'Hands Free' app that enables users to make and confirm purchases without a payment card or mobile wallet.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in February, and what we can learn from them.
As new commerce endpoints continue to emerge, issuers must reconsider how to position their strategy and their brand in a digital world, writes Jordan McKee, senior analyst with the 451 Research Mobility team.
When it comes to online commerce, the point at which money changes hands has often been the moment a sale falls apart. What was a carefully crafted brand experience becomes off-putting and complicated.
Starbucks will accept Chase Pay as a payment option later this year at its 7,500 U.S. locations.
Can airlines and global businesses position themselves to potentially gain hundreds of millions in additional revenue by adopting a "mobile-first" payments strategy?
This renewed focus on the customer experience comes at a time when the smartphone, wearables and the Internet of Things become more relevant to consumers and retailers.
Bitcoin recently celebrated its seventh birthday. It has come from humble beginnings, but this year bitcoin prices and blockchain tech are ready to explode.
While physical biometrics work when someone has physically presented themselves to the authenticating party, these same biometrics quickly lose effectiveness in an online world. So, what's the alternative?
Kelly Passey, the EVP of business and product development at Access Development, believes providers still haven't given consumers a good reason to adopt mobile payments.
Will Hernandez, editor of Mobile Payments Today, had one thing on his mind after he watched PayPal's Super Bowl 50 commercial: hipsters.
Guest columnist Paul Underwood explains how going cashless in the U.K. would help banks, merchants and consumers.
Mobile Payments Today spoke about this concept with payment technology providers at the recent National Retail Federation Big Show in New York City.
The two-day event caters to bankers who want to transform their FI's culture, technology and environment in order to reach and retain a new generation of retail customers.
The card network has outfitted the big game's venue, Levi's Stadium, with over 500 contactless-enabled point-of-sale terminals and 200 more across other Super Bowl-related venues in San Francisco and Santa Clara.
The industry vibe has changed almost beyond recognition, particularly in the mobile payments arena.
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.