Google is wading back into the crowded P2P payments arena, adding a feature to its Gmail Android app that makes sending friends funds as easy as attaching a file to an email.
Whether you’re doing your daily shopping or heading for a night out, your Android phone is all you need as you walk out the door – thanks to Android Pay.
While traditional watches tell the time, Android Wear watches make the most of your time.
After a 10 month pilot, Google is ditching its Hands Free payments app, which let users leave their wallets and phones in their pockets and pay just by talking.
The next time you pop into your local “conbini”, your Android phone will be all you need to take with you.
Starting today, Android Pay is available in Ireland, helping you pay simply and securely with your Android phone.
Google is playing Santa over the holidays, hoping to win converts to its Android Pay service by rewarding Brits who use it with virtual Christmas crackers filled with prizes.
Financial Innovation Now, a public policy coalition comprised of Amazon, Apple, Google, Intuit and PayPal, has called on President-elect Trump to develop a national vision and co-ordinating strategy to promote the development of fintech innovations in financial services.
Ingenico ePayments, the online and mobile commerce division of Ingenico Group, today announced that the company will offer the ability to accept mobile payments made with the Android Pay mobile wallet to its clients from early 2017.
With the announcement made by Google on Android Pay today, this makes Hong Kong one of the first few markets in Asia Pacific to have this mobile payment option.
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