Pebble and PayPal Give You Another Stupid Way To Pay For Stuff

Tech companies are continuing with the long, hard struggle to rid the planet of credit cards. Today's slightly awkward solution comes courtesy of PayPal and Pebble, who will now let you ditch your wallet, provided you own a Pebble smartwatch, have a PayPal account, and shop at stores that take PayPal. » 11/18/14 10:04pm 11/18/14 10:04pm

Even PayPal Tries to Get Away With Not Paying for Stock Photos

Thousands of people have probably glossed over the decorative little clock on PayPal's Political Campaigns page without a second thought. But if you look closely, you'll see the watermark that proves this e-commerce giant really isn't so different from you and me—because apparently, PayPal hates paying for stock… » 2/27/14 7:11pm 2/27/14 7:11pm

Hacker Swipes PayPal President's Credit Card Info, Goes on Shopping…

When you own a company specializing in online payments, the constant threat of hackers and phishing schemes is an inescapable part of the job description. So it's hard not to experience a little schadenfreude in the fact that PayPal President David Marcus's credit card information got swiped recently and taken on a… » 2/10/14 3:58pm 2/10/14 3:58pm

Amazon's New Login Service Saves You From Signing Up for Accounts

Today, Amazon launched a new feature called "Login and Pay With Amazon" that allows you to use your Amazon account as both a payment method and login credentials for third-party retailers. It's the Amazon Payments feature that's already available combined with the third-party login service that's already available… » 10/08/13 2:40pm 10/08/13 2:40pm