Early adoption numbers seem solid as Apple seeks to dominate mobile payments in 2015.
Financial institutions are getting ready to support Apple's mobile payment service.
By June, all JetBlue aircraft will accept Apple Pay for in-flight purchases.
Bank of America's 800,000 Apple Pay users are a drop in the bucket, but a positive sign for the new service.
And even people who can use Apple Pay may still appreciate LoopPay's wider availability.
Apple now supports the cards that account for 90 percent of all U.S. credit card transactions. But will more people start using the new payment solution?
A new partnership with Square lets Snapchat users send each other money.
Apple's App Store will now accept UnionPay, China's only domestic banking card provider
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