To promote its new horror drama Penny Dreadful, Showtime turned to sites like YouTube and Hulu as well as to mobile wallet apps.
Looks like there’s one more feature in the developer preview of Windows Phone 8.1: Support for Apple Passbook files. These are appearing directly in Microsoft Wallet, so how did Microsoft manage this and will the feature continue to be available?
Passbook is turning out to be a pretty good training ground for customers who say they have no interest in a full-blown mobile payments system.
One of the “key features” of iOS 6 didn’t merit a mention by Apple in the introduction of iOS 7. But perhaps Apple has something bigger planned.
Android fans that want something akin to Apple’s Passbook wallet features will get their wish as Samsung has the solution. Here’s why that’s good and bad.
MLB continues to further integrate mobile tech into its fan offerings. While iOS is by far its most popular mobile platform, the head of baseball’s digital arm says it’s “shrinking every day” as Android grows.
Apple has restored a page within Passbook that explains what it does as well as the vital link that takes users to “Apps for Passbook” in the App Store.
Vizibility turns its mobile business cards into Passbook cards for iPhone owners running iOS 6, a new take on Apple’s digital wallet service that we haven’t seen before. The first company to be using them will be Re/Max realtors.
Apple’s Passbook joins the mobile payments gold rush. But Jeff Fagel, of edo Interactive, has doubts about its viability and says until we see a system that’s easier for everyone, plastic will remain king.
Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: Apple’s biggest supplier admits breaking China’s underage hiring law, profile of a maps app that’s taking advantage of Apple’s failure, and teardowns of the Lightning connector and iPod nano.