Sweden’s first unmanned convenience store in the small seaside village Viken brings 24/7 shopping to remote places. To make his idea profitable, the business owner replaces staff with a smartphone app. But what do the customers think?
Getting a head start on Apple, Google is now allowing Android smartphone users in Germany to make contactless payments. But with 80 percent of purchases still made with cash, the tech giant faces an uphill battle.
As of Monday, the world's largest online retailer offers people in Seattle a special store where cash registers and checkout lines become a thing of the past. The technology behind it has been tested for one year.
Searching for bargains on Black Friday and Cyber Monday is quickly spreading across the globe as retailers are using what was once a truly American tradition for their advantage.
Global card companies Visa and Mastercard are struggling for consumers and market share over India's homegrown payment channels. Has swiping a card become outdated in the world's most innovative payments market?
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