Pop-up shopping mall Boxpark has announced it will be launching a new integrated point of sale system for its traders to use, ahead of next month's opening of Boxpark Croydon.
Retailers who encourage customers to use their own mobile devices to scan and pay for their shopping could be opening themselves up to theft, according to a new report.
UK sandwich chain Eat says it has developed a clear strategy – covering technology investment, staff training and customer signposting – for the imminent introduction of the new polymer bank notes.
Furniture retailer Ikea apologised last week after it emerged that a BT network outage caused a fault on its payment service platform, charging over 100 UK customers twice for the same transaction.
APG Cash Drawer is setting a target of further innovation in the field of retail technology, following the appointment of a new global VP for engineering.
Mastercard has agreed to take majority control of UK-based payments system provider, Vocalink, in a deal worth around £700 million.
Mastercard must pay Sainsbury's £68.6 million after a UK Competition Appeal Tribunal ruled that interchange fees charged to the retailer were too high.
Two-thirds of Europeans want to use biometric authentication when paying for goods and services, with fingerprint recognition being the most popular.
Big brands are teaming up with the major card companies to make wearable payment technology a reality. Barclaycard's Tami Hargreaves assesses invisible payments, disruption and all the latest trends.
New research suggests that European countries experience less card fraud than countries in the Americas, mainly due to the continent's earlier adoption of EMV.
Amazon, Google, Starbucks and Deliveroo feature prominently in the Digital Retail Innovations Report 2016.
Walmart's in-house mobile payments platform is now available to use in all of the grocer's US stores, as it looks to make its mobile app the "remote control" for customers' shopping journeys.