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Mobile Payments Today was at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. This photo gallery gathers a little bit of what we saw.
Best Buy, Target, and Wal-Mart were among the first major retailers to announce their support for the Merchant Customer Exchange. More than three years later, the proposed mobile payments system is still more an idea than an actual product.
See a little bit of what you missed if you didn't join us for our show this past August in Chicago.
View highlights from the event, which drew attendees from Walla Walla, Washington to Tokyo, Japan - and points in between - to discuss the future of money and payments.
MasterCard Canada's Will Giles shows how the NFC-enabled mobile wallet works in the real world.
Despite the naysayers, mobile payments remains a hot topic at mobile, tech and payment conferences. From CES in January to CTIA in May, mobile payments was discussed at conferences large and small.
The 2013 International CES conference brought together 140,000 people to look at the next big thing in consumer electronics.
Mobile payment startup LevelUp continues to sign new merchants, and a recent trial of LevelUp at Paciugo in Allen, Tex. shows how easy it is to pay -- and save -- with the mobile app.
For all the virtual ink spilled over the funds Square has raised and the millions of merchants the company has signed to its service, it's easy to forget it's a drop-dead simple app with good design.
Following months of anticipation and weeks of rumor, the Isis Mobile Wallet is now available for download to select Samsung NFC-enabled phones.
Channel-crossing capability and skyrocketing popularity make the mobile banking app an ATM industry influencer to watch. Next gen technology and a focus on the customer experience make Digital Banker a mobile app to watch.
Dunkin' Donuts recently launched a new mobile payment app to compete with that other purveyor of coffee products.
Screenshots of Barclaycard's new mobile wallet program.
Square's mobile wallet makes paying with your phone as easy as walking into your favorite store.
Austin, Tex.-based Tabbedout has an app that makes waiting for your check a thing of the past. The app is slick and simple to use.
American Expresses Serve app gives account holders mobile access to P2P services.
Starbucks keeps improving its app. Now customers can do more than pay for their coffee.
The Shopkick mobile coupoing app uses location-based services to let consumers collect free stuff just for visiting a merchant.
The LevelUp payment app from SVNGR is simple and streamlined, using location-based services built into the phone to find merchants who accept it. It eschews NFC for QR codes that are read by scanners at the point of sale.
One of the many mobile point of sale solutions on the market, the Intuit GoPayment product makes it quick and easy for small businesses to accept credit cards using their mobile devices