Apple, Google and Samsung are all fighting for a chance to replace your wallet. Here’s a closer look at the mobile payment scene’s new big three.
Samsung has just announced the company’s acquisition of LoopPay, a mobile payment startup company. This acquisition will open up doors for Samsung to compete with mobile payment systems like Apple Pay and Google Wallet.
WePay has integrated Google’s Instant Buy API into its business service, allowing customers to send and receive online payments via Google Wallet.
LoopPay, a mobile payment startup company, has just announced their plans to partner with XPAL Power and Trident Case to bring LoopPay-enabled cases to the Galaxy S5 and Note 4.
Google has decided to end its Google Wallet API for digital products come March 2, 2015. Merchants and customers alike will need to find alternatives.
Sources have noted considerable growth in the Google Wallet mobile payment platform in the last couple of months, following the launch of Apple Pay.
Apple may be late to the mobile payments party, but the launch of Apple Pay could end up being a good thing for Android.
Early testers of CurrentC, a new mobile payment system, were recently sent an email explaining their email addresses may have been stolen.
Visa and MasterCard will soon make mobile payments easier, and finally accessible, for some Android users thanks to a feature built into KitKat. Read on for more!
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