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Groupon's Breadcrumb iPad app gets simple sign-in, faster credit payments, and check splitting features
Boku unveils mobile payment service issued through carriers
ISIS confirms October 22nd launch in Salt Lake City and Austin

Bank of America eyes Square with new mobile payment service

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The major bank lets vendors swipe customer transactions, while paying the company 2.7 percent per purchase. [Read more]...
Bank of America eyes Square with new mobile payment service

TNW’s Daily Dose – 24 hours of tech news in 5 minutes [Audio]

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Google replaces Places with Google+ Local and boosts its ChromeOS offering, PayPal launches a new high street retail payments offering in the UK, and Apple plans to get more social. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose. You can catch The Daily Dose every Monday through Friday right here on The...
TNW’s Daily Dose – 24 hours of tech news in 5 minutes [Audio]

Square goes big: raises $200M at $3.25B valuation

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Square, the mobile payment startup backed by Visa, Chase and Starbucks, has just raised $200 million, valuing the company at a reported $3.25 billion. The funding, first rumored over the summer, comes from Citi Ventures, Rizvi Traverse Management and Starbucks, which announced its $25 million investment as part of a big...
Square goes big: raises $200M at $3.25B valuation

ISIS consortium delays launch of NFC-based mobile payments in Salt Lake City and Austin

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ISIS, a consortium of three wireless carriers, said Thursday that it will not launch its Near-Field Communication-based mobile payment service in Salt Lake City or Austin, Texas by the end of the summer as planned....
ISIS consortium delays launch of NFC-based mobile payments in Salt Lake City and Austin

Google reportedly working on Google Wallet 2.0, as Sprint allegedly works to launch its own solution

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Google Wallet is certainly an impressive piece of technology, but only coming pre-installed on one carrier in the US, it’s not exactly off to the greatest start. In hopes of revamping the service, Google has begun work on Wallet 2.0, reports The Verge. The revamped service will allegedly featured a more cloud-based...
Google reportedly working on Google Wallet 2.0, as Sprint allegedly works to launch its own solution
Most Americans don't plan to use mobile payment systems, says survey

Square Hires CFO, Now Processes $6 Billion In Annual Payments

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Mobile payment service Square today announced that it has hired Sarah Friar as its new Chief Financial Officer. Until now, Friar was the Senior Vice President for finance and strategy at Salesforce.com. Before joining Salesforce, Friar worked at Goldman Sachs in corporate finance, M&A and equity research, as well as...
Square Hires CFO, Now Processes $6 Billion In Annual Payments
Mobile pay service LevelUp completes $21M round with $9M from T-Ventures

Oops! American Express Never Agreed To Be Part Of Google's Big Wallet Upgrade

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Google announced a substantial update to its Wallet mobile payment service the other day, but it turns out the company may have been overstating things a bit. According a post on the Google’s Commerce blog, the service now plays well with all major credit card types, but a representative from...
Oops! American Express Never Agreed To Be Part Of Google's Big Wallet Upgrade

Warrant Reveals Homeland Security Seized Mt. Gox's Dwolla Account for 'Unlicensed Money Transmitting'

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Mr. Karpeles (Photo: Twitter) Yesterday the Department of Homeland Security shut down Bitcoin trading platform Mt. Gox's ability to accept or send transfers using Dwolla, a mobile payment service. A representative from Dwolla told Betabeat that the DHS had sent them a "seizure warrant" for the account, but declined to...
Warrant Reveals Homeland Security Seized Mt. Gox's Dwolla Account for 'Unlicensed Money Transmitting'

O2 teams up with Visa Europe, Global Payments to debut new mobile payment service for UK businesses

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Building on the momentum that Square, GroupOn and PayPal are enjoying from their mobile payment services for businesses in North America, O2 has today debuted its new Mobile Point of Sale service (mPOS), teaming up with Visa Europe and Global Payments to bring mobile payment capabilities to smaller businesses in the UK. O2′s new...
O2 teams up with Visa Europe, Global Payments to debut new mobile payment service for UK businesses

Square launches mobile payment service at 7,000 Starbucks

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Square Wallet, which is available for both iOS and Android devices, allows customers to make purchases at the coffeehouses, as well as helping them discover nearby businesses and review purchase history. [Read more]...
Square launches mobile payment service at 7,000 Starbucks
Groupon acquires Breadcrumb to help connect with local restaurants
JP Morgan Invests 'Significant Double Digit Millions' In Another Rocket Internet Fashion Site, Asia's Zalora

Bank of America tests QR code mobile payment service

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Bank of America is the latest company to get into the mobile payment market. But instead of Near Field Communications, the bank is using QR codes that allow customers to use their smartphones to scan pictures to make their payments. [Read more]...
Bank of America tests QR code mobile payment service
Funding daily: mobile payments, charitable giving, and flower delivery
Bank of America releases a mobile payment service to compete with Square

Square's First Overseas Stop: Japan

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Square Inc. is bringing its mobile payment service to Japan, its first market outside of North America, in an effort to break the country's overwhelming dependence on cash and help small businesses accept credit cards without expensive point of sale systems....
Square's First Overseas Stop: Japan
Groupon introduces mobile payment service to rival Square and PayPal

Google Wallet Android app updated, headed to 'at least' ten more Sprint phones this year

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Google may have had to deal with some less-than-positive Google Wallet news last month, but it was able to announce some progress of a different sort in the past couple of days. The first is an update to the Android app, which adds the ability to handle PO Boxes...
Google Wallet Android app updated, headed to 'at least' ten more Sprint phones this year
Sprint’s $199 Galaxy Nexus lands Apr. 22 with $50 in Wallet credits

Verizon officially announces Android 4.1 update for Samsung Galaxy SIII

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Galaxy SIII users can look forward to this notification starting tomorrow. Image courtesy of Verizon Samsung Galaxy SIII users on Verizon Wireless, good news is headed your way. The handset will receive the long-overdue Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update starting tomorrow. This update includes features such as new camera...
Verizon officially announces Android 4.1 update for Samsung Galaxy SIII

PayPal inks mobile payment deal with 15 retailers

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PayPal earlier this year announced a partnership with The Home Depot that allowed customers to make point-of-sale transactions with their smartphones in more than 2,000 locations. The e-commerce company on Thursday announced that 15 new national retailers have signed on for PayPal’s in-store mobile payment service. These include, Abercrombie & Fitch,...
PayPal inks mobile payment deal with 15 retailers
eBay Launches Bizarre 'Shoppable Windows' In New York Stores

Google shreds plans for physical Google Wallet credit card

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Earlier this week Google confirmed that its head of Google Wallet will leave later this year, and today AllThingsD reports that the company is scrapping its plans for a physical credit card that would accompany its mobile payment service. Google CEO Larry Page reportedly canned the physical card just last...
Google shreds plans for physical Google Wallet credit card

'Europe's Square' iZettle Exits Beta In Nordics And Finds Workaround For Visa Acceptance

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iZettle — often called the “Square of Europe” for being an early mover on its dongle-based mobile payment service for small merchants — is definitely getting down to business. Today, the Swedish-based startup announced that it has finally exited its beta phase across the rest of its Nordic footprint of...
'Europe's Square' iZettle Exits Beta In Nordics And Finds Workaround For Visa Acceptance

PayPal's mobile payment service will go live in Europe with a funky new card reader

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PayPal is bringing its Here mobile payments service to the U.K., but its familiarly shaped triangle card reader will not be making the journey over the Atlantic. Instead PayPal is launching a new device that better fits the point-of-sale policies of Europe: a card reader with a numeric keypad for...
PayPal's mobile payment service will go live in Europe with a funky new card reader
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