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Amazon will be folding its Amazon Wallet beta today, having run the trial with a limited audience for the past six months.
In the wake of the public getting a better look at the upcoming Apple Watch, a new study has found that nearly half of wearable device owners want to be able to pay for in-store purchases with them.
PayPal and Braintree have teamed up to bring a new service to Australia, with the goal of cutting cart abandonment rates on mobile devices.
The oppressive attitude the Australian Tax Office has for crypto currencies has finally taken its toll on the market leader, with payments service provider CoinJar packing up shop in Australia to operate out of the UK.
Payment services provider PayPal has launched a Pay After Delivery service, allowing shoppers to pay for goods up to two weeks after the initial purchase.
CurrentC, a digital payments service backed almost exclusively by many major retail brands, has been the victim of hacking. While the software itself is secure, the data breach included the theft of email addresses of pilot trial participants and other interested parties.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been heavily suggesting at a collaboration with Alibaba CEO Jack Ma to incorporate their respective payment systems.
In the wake of the Australian Tax Office declaring cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin as “intangible assets” instead of currency, the Australian Senate is launching an inquiry into the new technology.
A survey of British online shoppers revealed a number of telling trends in the battle against cart abandonment.