Today, we're introducing several new features to the Google Wallet app* for Android and iOS devices that make it easier to shop in stores and get paid by friends and family.
Google design whiz Dan Makoski is quitting the search giant's free-thinking Project Ara 'pirate' mobile development division to join Capital One as VP of design, with an initial focus on m-commerce and payments.
Goldman Sachs has gone to court to get Google to delete an email containing "highly confidential" client data because it was sent to the wrong recipient.
PayPal has released an app for the new Android Wear line of smartwatches.
Typing shipping and billing information on mobile devices can be a difficult experience, which is one of the reasons why 97% of mobile shoppers abandon their shopping carts.
In a surprising move, Google has opened up its Wallet to rival PayPal for app sales on the Google Play platform.
Google is to integrate its Wallet application with Google Glass, enabling users to transfer money to friends with a single voice command and a couple of hand gestures.
The PR problems for Google Glass continue to mount as a US regional bank openly mocks the smart spec tech in a new video ad for its own mobile banking app.
Peckish Americans now have a new tool at the disposal in the quest for pizza after Domino's integrated Google Wallet into its Android ordering app.
Speculation about the future of Square is growing after the mobile payments startup was forced to pour cold water on a Wall Street Journal report claiming that, facing growing losses and a shrinking cash pile, it has been in talks about a possible sale to Google.
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