Vodafone and PayPal have struck a deal to allow UK customers to make contactless payments with Android smartphones.
Apple has launched carrier billing for purchases from its online stores and apps with Swisscom in Switzerland.
Orange has brought its money transfer service back to its home market, as well signalled an end to its roaming agreement with Free Mobile.
Google has finally signalled a launch date for its Android Pay service in the United Kingdom, saying consumers will be able to make mobile payments "in the coming months".
Google is trialling a hands free version of its Android Pay app, allowing consumers to buy things without their smartphone leaving their pocket.
MegaFon and VimpelCom have launched an NFC based ticketing service to be used in Moscow's transport network.
Wearables could help the mobile payments sector, with Gartner predicting half of consumers will use smartphones or connected bands to pay for products by 2018.
Smartphone owners will be able to make high-value payments in Europe from 2017 after Mastercard increased the threshold for purchases.
Mobile marketing specialist Proxama is set to install up to 4,000 Bluetooth Low Energy beacons in taxis across London and other UK major cities after signing a deal with advertising firm Ubiquitous.
PayPal is expanding the availability of its One Touch payments service after revealing plans to bring it to 13 new countries.
Samsung’s mobile payments system will launch on 20 August, the company revealed, as it introduced its latest flagship smartphones and teased a new smartwatch.
Vodafone UK customers can top up their smartphones by using QR tags on posters or in magazines.
Samsung is planning to bring its mobile payments service to Europe after extending its partnership with Mastercard.
HERE, the mapping arm of Finnish vendor Nokia, has formed a new alliance to help develop global standards for mobile-based public transport ticketing.
Apple Pay has been launched in the UK, allowing consumers to make contactless payments using their iPhone or Apple Watch.
There is no end to the wonders of pizza; as we discovered this week, it played a pivotal role in the mobile industry.
Apple has previewed new software for its Watch and iPhone devices during its annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
Operators "sterilised" the mobile payments market for five years, despite demand for the technology from the mass market, a Transport for London executive has claimed.
Google has lifted the lid on its next mobile OS update at its annual I/O conference in San Francisco, alongside a new IoT platform and its latest attempt at cracking payments.
Qualcomm has started work with Daimler on connected car technologies, as the chipset maker also announced the first operator deal for its biometrics platform.
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