Searched for: "acceptance and use of mobile payments"
- Mobility (13)
- Apple (2)
- Banking (2)
- Cloud (2)
- Networking (2)
- Software Development (2)
- After Hours (1)
- Android (1)
- Apps (1)
- Business Intelligence (1)
- Cxo (1)
- Hardware (1)
- Health (1)
- Ipad (1)
- Iphone (1)
- Microsoft (1)
- Security (1)
- Smartphones (1)
- Start-Ups (1)
- Tablets (1)
- Web Development (1)
- Windows Phone (1)
About 46 results for "acceptance and use of mobile payments"
2014 was an all-star year for Apple and developers of iOS and Mac software. Here's a look at the big Apple technologies that were released this year and how developers have been us...
With Apple Pay available for nearly a month now, a number of stores have shared data on the status of the rollout and more stores are announcing support.
Jack Wallen compares Google Wallet to Apple Pay and questions the slow adoption of both technologies.
Apple's new mobile payments platform saw a few hiccups on launch day, but overall, it's definitely a glimpse of the future.
One of the most hotly anticipated events in the mobile space has been Apple's entry into mobile payments. Find out what happens when someone tries to use Apple Pay at Starbucks and...
IT plays an important role in the success (or failure) of an organization's e-commerce initiatives. Here are some make-or-break practices to keep in mind.
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council has released the Data Security Standards (DSS) version 3.0 outlining revised requirements for payment data security, effe...
Bitcoin continues to gain popularity as a digital currency, but what businesses actually accept them? Here are 10 prominent online and brick-and-mortar retailers.
Fairphone has pulled off the impossible by selling a phone that makes social responsibility its flagship feature. Here's the unlikely story of how the team did it, and what's next.
Africa is gaining even more traction in the global startup scene with its growing number of tech hubs, big investments, and fresh ideas. Here are 10 worth watching.