More than a year after Starbucks introduced the ability to pay for coffee with your iPhone, Android is getting in on the action.
Google's believed to be ready to launch its long-rumored mobile payment system for Android this week.
Apple has reportedly purchased between 200-300 glass cutting machines. The move is likely connected to its next-gen iPhone, which is rumored to feature a curved cover for its touchscreen display.
A recent MasterCard survey indicates the majority of smartphone users between the ages of 18-34 are ready to embrace NFC or mobile payments.
Apple will reportedly postpone its adoption of near-field communication technology (NFC) until the nascent standard reaches critical mass.
Three prominent wireless carriers are apparently scaling back a joint mobile payments initiative known as Isis.
More than half a billion people worlwide will be using their smartphones as travel tickets by 2015, says a new report - assuming that any of us have jobs at all by then, that is.
By early 2012, you'll be able to pay for a train or bus ride with your phone in Salt Lake City.
Amazon.com, one of the most recognizable names in e-commerce, is considering introducing NFC payments that would allow customers to purchase Amazon goods in real-life stores.
Users of Android powered smartphones and tablets may no longer need their conventional wallets for shopping purposes.
The Internet is all abuzz with talks of near-field communication (NFC) chips in mobile phones and the newest and (and thinnest!) forms of payment.
Apple's iPhone 4 does not boast near field communication (NFC) capabilities. But a new report suggests the smartphone's successor could very well be NFC-enabled.
Google is preparing to deploy a beta mobile-payment service at select stores in New York and San Francisco.
Apple is said to be planning to incorporate Near Field Communications (NFC) into the iPhone 5 and the iPad 2, allowing the devices to be used to make instant payments in stores.