Mobile commerce is beginning to gain traction among consumers and retailers. Now that FierceMobileContent has joined with FierceMobileIT, we will use our combined resources and daily coverage to provide you with the latest happenings in the m-commerce world.
PayPal unveiled Payment Code--a new in-store payments platform enabling consumers to complete purchases with their mobile phone by scanning a QR code or activating a four-digit code.
Samsung Electronics is now accepting PayPal as a payment option across its mobile ecosystem, allowing users to securely purchase applications, e-books and multimedia content from the Samsung Apps and Samsung Hub storefronts in a matter of seconds.
PayPal has launched PayPal Working Capital, a credit offering that merchants can apply for based on their PayPal transaction history instead of their credit history. Beyond that complete sidestep of the traditional, credit bureaus are borrowing terms that are highly competitive with traditional lenders. In the way of disruption, you can think of PayPal's play as a "two-fer."
eBay has reached an agreement to acquire digital commerce startup Braintree Payments Solutions for approximately $800 million in cash.
Facebook is launching a new payments tool enabling consumers to make purchases within mobile applications using their Facebook login information.
eBay-owned PayPal is nearing an agreement to acquire startup Braintree Payments Solutions, The Wall Street Journal reports.
eBay-owned PayPal unveiled Beacon, an add-on technology enabling consumers to complete in-store mobile payments without removing their phone.
eBay-owned PayPal is rolling out updated applications for Apple's iOS and Google's Android, making it easier for users to complete mobile payments at restaurants and retailers.
Facebook is poised to launch a new payments platform enabling consumers to make purchases within mobile applications using their Facebook login information, AllThingsD reports.