It looks like every day Facebook is pushing out something to make sure that everyone is doing everything on Facebook. It's hard to argue the point because the Facebook juggernaut has so much momentum and if you try and stand in front of it you will get crushed. Internets be warned!
Lab Zero Games, which raised over $800,000 online so they could make more content for indie fighting game Skullgirls, is finding that it is at odds with its unwanted business partner Paypal.
The fourth British man to appear in court over the 2010 hack of PayPal has escaped jail, as he was only 16 at the time of the offence.
Nearly 300 Pakistani websites were down over the weekend after a hack from a Turkish group called Eboz.
Student Christopher Weatherhead was one of four British hackers to attack PayPal in support of Wikileaks, a court heard yesterday.
Paypal is looking to expand its presence in the world of mobile payments.
One of the most established companies in credit card payments is entering mobile payments.
Mobile payments have found a somewhat unlikely target demo.
Paypal is increasing its budget for security measures.
Here's what happens when you create a new market.
Paypal's ability to collect payments in retail stores is about to expand.
The days of waiting for your check are over.
The company that pioneered the idea of turning any smartphone into a credit card reader is continuing to grow.
In an environment where mobile payment technology is getting all the buzz, Google has seen disappointingly poor results.
There appear to be two very distinct groups of people when it comes to mobile payments.
Paypal believes that mobile payments are the future, but it doesn't think services like Google Wallet and the mobile joint venture Isis are the answer.
When you get to the cash register, you now have a new option for payment aside from cash, check, or plastic.
An alleged member of Anonymous - indicted for conducting an online attack against PayPal - has asked a federal judge to allow him back on Twitter.
Paypal's been accused of ordering the destruction of a valuable violin after a dispute over its authenticity.
The man tasked with turning Yahoo around in the revolving door that is the company's CEO is Scott Thompson.