The prominent success story of PayPal has inspired many start-ups. The following infographic will show PayPal’s success story on becoming world’s largest online payment system.
If you do not like PayPal for any reason, then there are some handy alternatives available. To help you we have listed a few of these online payment services in this article.
Microsoft has just rebranded its built-in payment framework in Windows 10 from “Microsoft Wallet” as it was originally known on Windows Phone to “Microsoft Pay”.
Google has announced that some major banks will offer built-in Android Pay integration in their mobile banking apps.
Samsung Pay has all the features of Android Pay, while supporting both NFC and MST. Here we explain how to use it to make your payments.
Samsung has officially confirmed that Samsung Pay is coming to India and you can sign up for early access to the mobile payment platform.
Security researchers have recently discovered a new variant of point-of-sale (POS) malware called Multigrain that sends payment card data using the DNS.
Using outdated technology can at best hurt your efficiency and at worst cost you customers and even your business. Here are five pieces of technology your company needs to keep current in order to stay competitive.
NFC based Mobile payments like Apple Pay are great ideas, but there are still lot of barriers in place before smartphones can become another way to pay. VeriFone is looking to solve this with its new mobile point of sale (mPOS) payment terminal. This new mobile payment option called PAYWare Mobile e355 does a few things unlike previous mobile payment terminals that have come before it.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Alibaba , a Chinese e-commerce company, and Apple are currently in talks over a partnership to provide a payment solution for China.