This is not another mobile payment system. Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, Target has announced a feature called Wallet inside the current Target app. It’s a place for your Target REDcard, Cartwheel offers, and weekly ad coupons.
After setup, the cashier just scans your phone and the REDcard discount, offers, and ... Read More »
Google Express was created to connect shoppers with their favorite stores, acting as a hub where users can order products and have them delivered quickly, ranging from same-day delivery to slightly longer offerings. Today, Google Express is getting a big boost in its product selection with the addition of Target as ... Read More »
We’re seeing more and more unlocked phones go on sale in the US lately, and Huawei is helping that effort by expanding availability of one of its unlocked Android handsets.
Huawei is making a concerted push into the U.S. market with its Honor 6X, which it announced back at the Consumer Electronics ... Read More »
The market for mobile payment options is still growing, both in adoption from businesses and users, so obviously companies are going to jump on the opportunity to host their own option for potential customers.
Big box retailers like Walmart are already in on the fun when it comes to mobile payment options, launching Walmart Pay ... Read More »
In October, LeEco officially entered the U.S. market with two new smartphones: the Le Pro 3 and Le S3. However, availability for the devices was limited, as they were only available through LeEco’s digital storefront.
That’s changing beginning December 1. LeEco has confirmed that its smartphones will soon become available from several national retailers in the ... Read More »
A crowded market is only going to get even more crowded as time goes on, and mobile payments aren’t looking any different. Companies that might not have considered mobile payments as a viable means to buy goods just a couple of years ago are turning things around in a big way, and now the number ... Read More »
Well, what have we here? It seems that popular mega-retailer Target has quietly released an Android application into the market. Though the 1.0.1 release is still fairly basic, it still manages to sport all the basics people might need from an Android app, and will hopefully only get better with time.
The main screen has ... Read More »