Despite long odds, Isis still has some cards to play.
Visa launches three new initiatives to lay the groundwork for mobile payments in the U.S.
Visa CEO Joe Saunders tells analysts the company will see real benefits from mobile payment investment.
Wireless carrier T-Mobile USA Inc. is looking to offer a different type of mobile payment.
PayPal says it is looking at many technologies, including NFC, then days later its parent company comes out and says NFC is "not for commerce." What does it mean? The devil is in the details.
Barclaycard is having some fun with contactless payments. The U.K.
Isis announces big four credit card companies will participate in its mobile payment network.
American Express and Sprint partner to provide new Serve mobile wallet to wireless customers.
While mobile payments promise bells and whistles in the U.S., developing economies look to simple solutions to help the unbanked.
Visa continues to prioritize mobile payments with two new investments.
There are a lot of people who deserve credit for the Google Wallet announcement.
Google announces its Google Wallet NFC payment product.
Orange and Barclaycard introduce U.K.'s first contactless payment product
Visa announces its new strategy for digital wallet and mobile payments.
The Isis network is reportedly scaling back its plans for its own payment network.
A process called “tender steering” is new to most retailers. It means that a retailer can provide incentives to customers to use a particular type of card to pay.
Square to embrace Visa's best practices for mobile payments
Start-up Square receives funding from industry leader.
Should you trust unnamed sources on mobile payments? Probably.
Today we heard that Sprint Nextel Corp. will be launching NFC based payments this year – not next year, but this year.