Samsung revealed that LoopPay, the company behind the technology that gives Samsung Pay an enormous advantage over Apple Pay and Google's Android Pay, was the target of a hacking attack. The hackers were in LoopPay systems as early as March.
Apps/Software October 8, 2015
Samsung prepares to terminate Samsung Wallet and introduce Samsung Pay. Samsung Wallet lived up to no one's expectations, says the South Korean company.
Apps/Software May 18, 2015
The Galaxy S6 Edge gets a handful of performance enhancements. Meanwhile, Samsung prepares to shut down Samsung Wallet.
Apps/Software May 16, 2015
Will Microsoft release its own mobile payments system to rival Apple Pay and Google Wallet?
Business April 7, 2015
PayPal is not about to give up on the mobile payments space even as Apple Pay soars in popularity and other tech titans develop their own solutions.
Deals March 3, 2015
After Apple Pay’s phenomenal launch, Google attempts to revive its efforts at mobile payments with a new Android Pay API.
Business February 26, 2015
Samsung has announced the acquisition of LoopPay, a mobile payment service that the company is expected to use to launch a mobile payment service of its own. But does Samsung have a chance in the increasingly competitive mobile payment industry?
Business February 20, 2015
Samsung has announced the acquisition of a mobile payment company called LoopPay. The startup is expected to be relaunched in an attempt to take on the likes of Apple Pay and Google Wallet.
Deals February 20, 2015
While Apple Pay may be the king of mobile payments, a new system to be launched by Samsung could actually possibly topple the king off its throne.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 5, 2015
Rumors claim Samsung is working on its own mobile payment system. But is it too late to the game? Can Samsung even compete in the mobile payment market?
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 8, 2015
Samsung could launch an Apple Pay competitor in 2015. Dubbed as "LoopPay," the payment system works by using a technology called "Magnetic Secure Transmission."
Business December 18, 2014
Samsung is rumored to be in talks with a mobile payments startup that could help the Korean tech company penetrate the market more widely than Apple Pay. The service would work with card readers, making it simpler for merchants to adopt the system.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech December 16, 2014
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