April Fools' Day kicks off with Google on the hunt for Pokémon. The company says it is accepting applications through April 2.
TechCrunch reports this week that Google is developing Google Shopping Express, a retail service offering same-day shipping, will compete with Amazon Prime. Google Shopping Express could cost between $64 and $69 a year, according to the rumor.
Verizon Wireless says it's waiting to offer better security and user experience. But Verizon's move could thwart Google's bid to turn the new Galaxy Nexus smartphone into the credit card of the future.
LaptopMag offers a play-by-play walk through of Google Wallet.
Google Wallet should make safe, mobile payments easy.
MasterCard debit and credit card spending was 12 percent higher in July than it was in the same month last year. About 2 percent of the increase in MasterCard spending came from buying gas.
EBay sues Google over mobile payment technology: PayPal's parent company, eBay, is suing Google after Google allegedly poached eBay executives in an effort to better understand PayPal's mobile payment strategy.
The Dow rose about 8 points, closing higher for the second session in a row