Finance is a central tenet of business and a pillar upon which any successful company stands. After all, the point of capitalism is to create organizations which not only do something useful but those which ultimately monetize their plans and bring value to shareholders. Many economic ideas exist to help businesses launch, grow, measure, and […]
Apple’s iPhone sales declined for the first time since 2003. That’s the bad news, and judging from the pundits, the sky has started to fall on Apple’s halcyon days. One analyst goes so far as to say that “the only thing that is plainly clear concerning Apple is that it has saturated the market with its […]
Contactless payments from smartphones and wearables is still a small segment of the payments market, but might see a surge in usage over the next two years, according to Juniper Research. The research firm predicts the value of the smartphone and wearable contactless payments to rise from $35 billion to $95 billion in 2018. See […]
Apple Pay may be slow to start, but Touch ID will still be a game changer for commerce.
So long, cash and cards.
No more Passbook.
It’s not really an endorsement, and it doesn’t really change payments.
Fingers, get ready for your close-ups.
Just how secure is the service?
You can use it everywhere, but do you want to?
Curb your enthusiasm.
Like your keycard, transit pass and more.
The reality doesn’t match the hype.
Credit cards beware, your replacements are here
Some risks and rewards of updating your iPhone software.
Touch, tap, buy.
Recent experience suggests it could be otherwise.
Maybe, because fear, hmmm?
PayPal is really going mobile.