mobile payments

iPhone Touch ID ATM withdrawal coming to 70,000 locations

iPhone Touch ID ATM withdrawal coming to 70,000 locations

ATMs are about to become a lot more convenient for iPhone users with Touch ID on their device. FIS and Payment Alliance International, two companies in the ATM market, have announced a partnership that will allow Apple's Touch ID to be used to make cardless withdrawals at over 70,000 ATM locations across the US, including gas stations, stores, restaurants, and shopping malls.

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Android Pay is now available in Australia

Android Pay is now available in Australia

Last month, Android Pay broke into Asia by launching in Singapore, and today the service is turning its sights south and launching in Australia. Android Pay will be launching with support from 28 banks across the country, but of the largest four banks in the region, only the Australian and New Zealand Banking Group is supporting the roll out from the beginning.

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Apple Pay now available in Switzerland

Apple Pay now available in Switzerland

Apple Pay is the mobile payment service that Apple is pushing in an effort to get folks to buy things in stores using iPhone and Apple Watches. Apple Pay is currently available in several countries and the latest location for Apple users to get support for Apple Pay is Switzerland. Now the Swiss can pay for items in stores or via apps without having to dig out there credit cards or wallets to pay.

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Android Pay begins its Asian expansion with Singapore

Android Pay begins its Asian expansion with Singapore

On the heels of Samsung launching its own Samsung Pay system in Singapore, Google is now announcing the availability of Android Pay in the same city as well. Largely considered to be tech capital of Southeast Asia, Singapore enjoys being usually the first target of new technologies and platforms in the region. Now Android users in the country will be able to test the promised hassle free benefits of not having to get out your wallet to pay for your next coffee or next McDonald's buy.

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Samsung Pay launches in Australia partnered with Citibank and AmEx

Samsung Pay launches in Australia partnered with Citibank and AmEx

Samsung has announced that Samsung Pay has now launched in Australia with partners American Express and Citibank. The launch happened as of today and aims to bring the ability to pay using your smartphone to Aussies. Samsung says that its mobile payment service will work in just about any location where you can pay with a participating credit or debit card.

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Apple Pay for the web rumored for announcement at WWDC

Apple Pay for the web rumored for announcement at WWDC

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is less than two days away, but that's still plenty of time to speculate on rumors and tips about what will be announced during the Monday morning keynote presentation. The latest such news includes a report that Apple Pay could make its way to the web, integrating with select retailers' website to allow quick and easy mobile-based payments.

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Visa payment ring makes wireless NFC payments at Rio Olympics

Visa payment ring makes wireless NFC payments at Rio Olympics

We've seen several tech-enabled rings in the last few years, from failed attempts at turning them into gesture motion controllers, to new ones that prevent a partner from streaming a new TV show episode without you. But now Visa is taking a stab at it by turning the ring into a contactless payments device. Just like you'd swipe your smartphone over a terminal to make a payment, Visa's ring puts your credit card directly on your finger.

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Fitbit’s Coin acquisition paves way for fitness band mobile payments

Fitbit’s Coin acquisition paves way for fitness band mobile payments

Coin, a four-year-old company that has developed technology for making mobile payments, was acquired by Fitbit this week. The acquisition will give Fitbit access to Coin’s intellectual property pertaining to its wearables payment platform, and will also bring some of Coin’s ‘key personnel’ to Fitbit. The deal spells the end to Coin’s payment products, but opens the door to mobile payments for Fitbit’s own customer base.

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How to use Walmart Pay (hint: it’s really simple)

How to use Walmart Pay (hint: it’s really simple)

Walmart Pay, the retailer's alternative to Android Pay and Apple Pay, just made its first big rollout, arriving in all of the company's stores in both Texas and Arkansas. Given how big Texas is, it's not surprising the rollout encompasses nearly 600 stores -- that's a lot of stores, yes, but also a lot of customers who have a new-fangled way to pay. How do you use Walmart Pay? It's pretty easy.

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Walmart Pay arrives in 590 stores across Texas and Arkansas

Walmart Pay arrives in 590 stores across Texas and Arkansas

Walmart Pay is finally starting its grand rollout, giving the retailer’s hoard of shoppers a mobile way to pay in-store that doesn’t involve Android or Apple. The rollout is starting with Arkansas and Texas, but not in a trickling fashion — all the stores in both states are getting support for the mobile payment option, amounting to 590 locations. Walmart Pay was first announced this past December.

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Kohl’s now lets you earn loyalty points through Apple Pay

Kohl’s now lets you earn loyalty points through Apple Pay

Technology is supposed to make things easier, but sometimes having an app for everything can be more of a pain than it's worth. That's why it seems so strange that so far when you use Apple Pay, you still have to use a separate loyalty card or app most places. You'd think that with all of our technology, we could do both things with the same app. Well one retailer is getting on board with this idea.

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Chinese customers can pay for Uber rides with Alipay app globally

Chinese customers can pay for Uber rides with Alipay app globally

Uber and Alipay have announced a tie up that will make it easier for Chinese Uber users to pay for rides. Under the new agreement Chinese travelers can pay for rides using either the Uber or the Alipay apps in all 400 cities where Uber operates. Alipay currently boasts over 450 million active users.

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