The gold rush to win the mobile payment race has attracted a lot of different companies, however it's still unclear which ones will succeed at this multi-billion dollar industry. Feature
PayPal is partnering with retail and hospitality services firm NCR to offer consumers new mobile payment options at restaurants and retail stores.
PayPal is extending its fledgling mobile wallet service to five additional U.S. retail partners, increasing the number of physical stores supporting the payment processing technology to 18,000.
Online media center in the cloud company Plizy received an early holiday gift when Atlas Venture poured $4 million into its coffers as part of a Series A round of funding.
Square is rolling out a new mobile gift card service integrated with Apple's Passbook virtual wallet application.
PayPal is now selling its PayPal Here credit card reader at 1,800 AT&T Mobility stores across the country. The partnership represents PayPal Here's first U.S. retail deal.
eBay reported revenues of $3.4 billion for the third quarter of 2012, up 15 percent over the year-ago quarter.
Groupon is rolling out a new mobile payments processing platform that promises lower merchant costs than rival efforts from Square and PayPal.
PayPal is rolling out a mobile payments application optimized for Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system. The app joins PayPal's existing mobile services for Apple's iOS and Google's Android.
PayPal released an updated version of its Android payment application highlighted by a revamped user interface as well as new features including credit and debit card scanning.