Rob Stringer, the vice president of marketing and product development for Cortex MCP, shares his thoughts on what we've seen the past couple of weeks in the industry.
Samsung will use a two-pronged approach to mobile payments: NFC and technology from recently acquired LoopPay.
A panel discussion at the recent All Payments Expo in Las Vegas examined current trends, and analysts believe CurrentC can find a place at the table, if it ever launches.
Andrew Hull, the strategy director for Pocket App, wanted to see if he could survive without cash for 24 hours.
Company buys PayEase, which is one of 22 licensed payment processing companies in the country.
The mobile wallet joint venture between AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile recently made changes to restructure the organization.
If the last 10 years has taught us anything, it's that disruptive technologies can shift the course of events in a way few would expect.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in December, and what we can learn from them.
Dan Kramer, the senior vice president of marketing and merchant services for SHAZAM, wrote about how new entrants in the marketplace can be successful.
Data breaches were a hot-button topic in 2014, maybe even more so than Apple Pay.
The company's new service relies on the same security standards mobile network operators use to identify their customers.
The company is partnering with direct carrier biller Bango to enable consumers to buy physical items and charge them to their monthly mobile bill.
Bango lays out the benefits of direct carrier billing in a recent webinar it sponsored on Mobile Payments Today.
Costs associated with the Apple partnership might accelerate financial institutions' plans to release their own wallets, maybe with some help from merchants.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in September, and what we can learn from them.
Direct carrier billing receives a major shot in the arm as the merger gives the San Francisco-based company significant reach across digital content brands.
San Francisco-based company partners with the three major MNOs in the U.K. to extend service beyond digital content.
Ed Busby, the former chief commerce office at Isis (now Softcard), examines what the industry might expect to happen in the next year as Apple Pay emerges.
U.K. joint-venture Weve changes direction on its plans as Apple Pay (and HCE) alter the payments value chain.
Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez examines some challenges potentially facing the mobile wallet on Apple's new iPhone 6.