Apple has launched Apple Pay in China. China is the fifth country to get Apple Pay and Apple hopes that China will be its largest market for the mobile payment service. 19 Chinese banks are on board.
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Apple has announced plans to bring its mobile payment system, Apple Pay, to China in 2016. The service will take on Alipay and WeChat Payment, which are already established in the region.
Not content with existing options, the retailer is introducing its own app-based payment system appropriately named 'Walmart Pay' but it will only work at the company's own stores.
A new update is now available for the Wallet application for Windows 10 Mobile, adding support for retail loyalty cards. Select cards can now be scanned into the app, and used in-store.
It seems that many retailers are still not keen on accepting payments using Apple Pay as nearly half of the top 100 merchants revealed that they won't be implementing the system until next year.
PayPal Here is back in the Windows Phone store after issues cut its original launch short. The app allows you to use credit and debit cards with the attachable mobile card reader.
After being together for 13 years eBay will spin-off its PayPal division into a separate business starting next year. PayPal is one of the fastest growing companies with over 143 million active users.
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A new report from inside sources at Google says the company is looking to launch its Wallet payments system on Google Glass. There's no official info yet but the launch may come very soon.