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It looks like Barclays will support Apple Pay after all

Apple Pay is finally heading to the UK this week, around nine months after its initial announcement last year and it looks like more people will have the opportunity to make use of the feature, as Barclays has caved in and revealed that it would be offering support for the …

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Google to launch Android Pay

Google is finally ready to compete with Apple Pay with its own mobile payments system, dubbed ‘Android Pay’. Previous rumors suggested that Google would be launching its own mobile payments platform soon, which is now confirmed. This all comes shortly after we heard that Google was working with carriers to …

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Apple Pay to launch in the US this week

Apple will reportedly launch its recently announced NFC based mobile payment service in the US on the 18th of October, according to a leaked memo from Wallgreens. Apple Pay will allow US shoppers to pay for goods using their iPhone 6 or 6 Plus handset, the upcoming Apple Watch will …

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Ex-Marks and Spencer boss pushes new money

Sir Stuart Rose was asked to leave M&S with an £8 million handshake and, at 61 years of age, could well retire to a humble Yorkshire mining town – supping bitter and regaling locals with tales of retailing wonder. But he’s not doing that. In fact he’s getting quite dramatic. …

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Nielsen: 71% of consumers interested in mobile payments

In a recent research poll done by Nielsen they have revealed that many consumers wish to use their mobile phones as credit cards. A massive 71% of all application downloaders are intereseted in an application that would allow them to use their smartphone as a credit card. It was also …

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