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BitPay has unveiled its new BitPay Visa Card. The card was made available with the help of Visa and allows cardholders to deposit Bitcoins from any wallet and withdraw or spend them in dollars.
After first announcing its major upgrade to Outlook.com last May, Microsoft has now brought the new version of its webmail service out of preview, and will roll it out worldwide in the coming weeks.
Microsoft has activated plug-in support in Outlook for Uber, PayPal, Evernote and more. Microsoft has also announced future partners : IFTTT, Yelp and Wunderlist.
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.
Paypal is working with Microsoft to make their credit card readers work with devices running Windows, such as Surface tablets and Lumia phones, and will also bring EMV support later this year.
Apple's online retail stores are now accepting PayPal as a payment option in the United States and the United Kingdom. Apple also introduced PayPal Credit, which lets shoppers pay off their purchases.
This week saw devastating Azure outages, lot's of Black Friday deals and plenty of Windows 10 news which included a kernel change in our in-depth tech roundup of the week.
PayPal is bringing its Here mobile app and credit card reader - which plugs into a phone via its 3.5mm headphone jack - to Windows and Windows Phone 8.1, with a pilot program launching in early 2015.
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.
PayPal and Braintree are now testing their newest feature, a fast and secure way to pay using your mobile device. Now open for developer beta, it will soon roll out to every PayPal user.
Online retail giant Amazon is expected to launch a new PayPal-rivaling service on Monday that will allow customers to use their stored card details to purchase goods from other sites.
eBay CEO John Donahoe has suggested that the growing digital crypto-currency Bitcoin could be offered as a new currency option for PayPal balances in the foreseeable future.
Google have recently added a PayPal button to the official Android app store, Google Play. The feature allows users to purchase through PayPal in order to download paid digital goods on the store.
With a simple swipe of your finger across the scanner, you will be logged in instantly to make payments either online, or at select brick and mortar stores.
Amit Vikram Tiwari will be the first person to be charged under India's cyber security laws. The man is accused of operating a hacking service where bank and email details were breached for a fee.
Facebook is looking to get back into the mobile payments game by launching a new service. This will supposedly let buyers checkout at selected digital retailers using their Facebook account.
Microsoft has announced that a number of new tools have been released, or soon will be made available, for Windows 8 app developers to help them make or add to their creations.
Google is to add functionality for transferring money to friends via Wallet and its most popular non-search service, Gmail. The concept should make moving money between people easier than ever.
People are apparently continuing to shop a lot online and via mobile devices well after Cyber Monday, as eBay and PayPal announced that Sunday, Dec. 2nd was their biggest mobile shopping day ever.
IBM has released a new infographic that shows, according to its data, online shopping for Black Friday 2012 increased by 20.7 percent compared to sales in 2011, thanks in part to mobile devices.
New data shows that Thanksgiving Day was a busy one for online retail stores, with one report claiming that traffic to retail websites increased by 71 percent compared to 2011.
Hackers identifying themselves as part of the Anonymous collective have admitted their guilt in an attack against PayPal, which the company alleges lost them £3.5 million during 2010.
After taking a hard line against BitTorrent and file-sharing sites, PayPal has moved onto Usenet service providers, freezing funds and stopping them accepting payments to their accounts.
WordPress has added functionality today, allowing bloggers across the world to pay using the digital Bitcoin currency while side-stepping issues such as PayPal being unavailable or limited.
Skype has dropped the ball on user privacy when it gave a Dutch 16-year old's personal information to a private security company without any legal obligation to do so.
After the government in Argentina passed a ruling to limit dependency on the US dollar, PayPal became the easiest method of converting. As a result, the functionality is to be pulled in Argentina.
PayPal has finally released an official app designed for Windows Phone-based devices, allowing users to send money from their bank account to others for free along with other features.
The new look, and long overdue PayPal website revamp is coming tomorrow, and screenshots of the website reveal the more modern, simplified design that should appease customers
Double Fine, which raised over $3 million via Kickstarter for its upcoming adventure game, has now launched a PayPal account to let other people contribute to the game's development.
Yahoo has finally picked a new CEO in the person of former PayPal president Scott Thompson. Thompson replaces Carol Bartz in the Yahoo CEO role who was unceremoniously fired in September.
Police have charged a man under the Computer Misuse Act. Peter David Gibson allegedly carried out hacks against a number of companies as part of hacking collective Anonymous and faces 10 years in jail
It appears that Hactivist group Anonymous have changed their ways of doing things and have now began to boycott PayPal. The group has called for its supporters to deactivate their PayPal accounts in protest of the...
Following today's news on the FBI raiding locations of possible members of the Anonymous hacker group in New York State, 16 people in the US have now been arrested in connection to alleged hack attacks...
Another use for Near-Field Communication (NFC) has been developed. It is another type of mobile payment system and uses an implementation of peer-to-peer technology. PayPal announced the new features today at the MobileBeat conference, according...
In a blog post by the PayPal president in which he announced that the company had 100 million active accounts, he also wrote that the company believes the public will no longer have to carry...
Google has apparently another legal problem on its hands. A lawsuit has been filed by PayPal, the fastest-growing unit at EBay. PayPal claims that Google misappropriated trade secrets from PayPal’s mobile payment business. The lawsuit...
While Sony's Playstation Network is still down, Microsoft's Xbox Live service for its Xbox 360 console is still up and running. Not only that but according to a leaked document that was posted up today...
Five males have been taken into custody this morning, after their attacks against websites like PayPal, Visa, Mastercard and Amazon. The massive online group called 'Anonymous' was successful in disrupting service to the websites, all...
It seems that Anonymous has suffered its first casualty in their cyber war on Wikileaks detractors. In the Netherlands, a 16 year old boy has been arrested for contributing to the Distributed Denial of Service...
In the midst of various DDOS attacks, Paypal has moved to release Wikileaks' funds from it's account, after it was suspended late last week for a breach of the sites Terms of Service. AllthingsD reports that...
One of the major gripes people have with the Android market is its insistence on using Google Checkout for paid transactions. Who wants yet another receptacle for your credit card information when there are already...
Rumors circulating the web over the weekend suggest payments platform PayPal could be working with Google in a bid to bring native support for payments over the service to Google's Android mobile operating system. The deal...
With Google I/O just around the corner, the Internet giant is expected to show off the progress of their app market and the staggering growth that it's seen. Last month alone, the Android Market had...
Just when you think eBay is done infuriating longtime users across the world, the auction site keeps cranking out the hits. You almost have to admire the steadfast dedication – that ability to bear 'mid...
PayPal, the San Jose company that revolutionized the way payments are made online, marks its 10th anniversary this year. It has officially launched a site PayPal-10 which features a number of interviews with PayPal...
Web payment firm Paypal has said it will block "unsafe browsers" from using its service as part of wider anti-phishing efforts. Customers will first be warned that a browser is unsafe but could then be...
Jagex Ltd, the developer of popular online MMORPG RuneScape, announced that Geoff Iddison, the former European CEO of PayPal, has joined the company as CEO. Iddison has extensive experience in leading international e-commerce-based businesses. Iddison...
eBay, PayPal and Yahoo have begun collaborating to keep Yahoo Mail customers safe from phishing by using Yahoo's Domain Keys technology in the U.S. to block e-mail messages that claim to come from eBay or...
Over the next few months, Ebay will be offering its PayPal users a new tool in the fight against phishers: a $5 security key. The security key is actually a small electronic device, designed to...