Twitter has begun applying for regulatory licenses to become a payment platform, according to a recent report. The company has also been busy with regulatory checks and state license applications.
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Google has come up with a new Purchase Request feature that lets children send a purchase request directly to the family manager for approval even if they do not have an active Family Payment method.
Apple has launched its own savings account with no joining fees, minimum deposits, and any minimum balance requirements for Apple Card users with Daily Cash deposited directly into the account.
Microsoft Teams will integrate a payment service. It's the first such option introduced by Microsoft's video-conferencing tool to let participants pay directly in a meeting in a hassle-free way.
PayPal will be shutting down its domestic payment service that allowed Indians to pay domestic merchants in local currency. However, the company will continue to offer cross-border payments in India.
San Francisco-based grocery delivery service provider Instacart has announced that it will start taking Electronic Benefit Transfer and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program stamps as payments.
Netflix has decided to ditch in-app iTunes billing for new customer subscriptions, instead directing them to its website. Through this, the company will skirt the 15% cut demanded by Apple.
In the ongoing legal battle between Qualcomm and Apple, the former has claimed that the Cupertino giant owes it $7 billion in royalties. Apple has rejected this claim, deeming it to be unfair.
Microsoft has now stopped accepting bitcoin as a way of adding funds to your Microsoft account. The move comes as a result of the recent volatility in the value of the cryptocurrency.
If you've ever used a website, and a sense of dread set upon you when you hit the check-out process, you're not alone and Google has set out to make this process seamless with Pay with Google.
In a surprise move, Valve has announced that it is making games much cheaper in select regions such as Bangladesh and Pakistan. The company has also introduced support for more currencies.
Google's payment service for Android devices can now be used from within the mobile banking apps of selected financial institutions. Features from Android Pay can now be used from within these apps.
Google's Assistant seems to have learned a new trick recently, with the digital helper now being able to use your credit card information. The feature is still being tested and not widely available.
LG has announced today that it's partnering with Paymentwall, to bring "streamlined" payments to its line of smart TVs. The service is now available in 200 countries around the world.
NFC Tap to Pay functionality looks set to be enabled for Windows 10 Mobile in the forthcoming Anniversary Update, supported by a significantly improved version of the crippled Wallet app.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore has stated that they are working on bringing mobile payments to Windows 10. However, he did not commit to a timeline and simply promised that it would happen 'soon'.
Has your child made in-app purchases in games and apps without your permission? Google is willing to compensate those unauthorized expenses if you are eligible for their refund policy.
If you're a French citizen and have a bank account, starting tomorrow you'll be able to transfer money to anybody with just one tweet. This is available thanks to partnership between Twitter and BPCE.
Twitter is partnering with ecommerce service Stripe later this year to introduce "buy" buttons, allowing users to make purchases and process payments without ever leaving the site.
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.
Popular electronics retailer, Newegg, has announced that customers can purchase goods with Bitcoin. The virtual currency continues to expand, with multiple companies now accepting the currency.
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.
Google may be fined for not paying $1bn in taxes to the French government over the past couple of years, although the company states that they have been compliant with French law
Google seems to be curious about bitcoin. Some e-mails that were made public show the company is looking at ways of supporting the digital currency and integrating it into their payments services.
Microsoft is denying yesterday's rumor that the company would be spending over $2bn on Windows Phone OEMs. Microsoft says they're doing cross-promotions but that the number is "complete fiction".
According to the latest financial report filed by Nokia the company will end up owing Microsoft $650 million. This money represents royalties that Nokia pays to use Windows Phone on their smartphones.
Visa and Samsung have made a deal that will see the handset maker integrate Visa's payment software in its smartphones and tablets including the upcoming Galaxy S IV flagship.
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.
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
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