Starbucks is often viewed as a great place to drop in, have a pick-me-up, and use free WiFi. If that’s your M.O., Google has made life a little bit better for you. Starting in August, Google will team up with Starbucks to bring faster WiFi speeds to all 7,000 company operated locations throughout the US.
Google and Starbucks partnership offers customers free unlimited music through All Access
A new Google and Starbucks partnership will let customers enjoy free access to unlimited music and radio through Google's new All Access music streaming service. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Square leads mobile payment processing business with $10B payments per year
Serial entrepreneur Jack Dorsey must have the magic touch. After leaving Twitter for another venture, the microblogging service's co-founder hit the jackpot anew, this time with mobile payment processor Square.
Square Wallet app now being accepted at 7,000 Starbucks locations
Starbucks customers sporting an Android smartphone can now choose to pay for their coffee fix using the official Starbucks app or the Square Wallet app. And while they both have the convenience of not having to swipe your card, the Square Wallet app does have an extra perk.
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