Apple made us wait a while for Apple Pay, but now that the service is out of the gate, a new rumor suggests that the company is already preparing to release the loyalty rewards program that was reportedly scheduled for a late 2015 release. According to Bank Innovation, we could see it in time for the holiday shopping season.
Now here's an odd twist: AOL's gestating web-based Alto email service appears to be going in reverse, notifying iCloud users that they're dropping support for Apple-based accounts in December. The irony is that the rest of the email world seems to be bending over backward to support millions of iOS device owners, so AOL's move appears to be a bit of a head scratcher indeed. Find out more about it in today's recap!
Don't feel like you already have enough potential places to buy an iPad? Presumably just in time to start selling new models in October, Apple has now added Staples to the official list of authorized resellers for its tablet.
First announced back in early August, the mashup between rising payment service Square and coffee giant Starbucks finally came to fruition this week, extending mobile payment options for its customers.
Live in Houston, Texas, Minneapolis, Minnesota or anywhere in Colorado? Well, congratulations -- you’re among the first to experience a new loyalty program called AT&T Plus which promises cash and prizes to the company’s most loyal customers. (Okay, there are no prizes and the cash is actually just discounts…)