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Woolet may be the smartest wallet you’ll ever own

If you're the type of person who constantly misplaces your wallet, haven't you ever wished for the ability to ring it up so you could find it? As with a lot of digital "wishes" in our lives, some smart people have thought of developing that kind of tech, and now it's almost a reality. A Kickstarter project called Woolet is probably the "smartest" one in the market and if you play your cards right, you'll never ever lose your wallet again (well, unless you misplace both your wallet and connected smartphone).

Amazon throws in towel for its Wallet beta app

Mobile payments are becoming the future of transactions and a few companies have tried to jump in to the competition. Amazon released its Wallet beta app 6 months back, but has now thrown in the towel. Amazon announced today that it’s no longer continuing with the Wallet beta app. Don’t try to visit the site as all the links are no longer in existence.

Isis to become Softcard in official rebranding

Isis is a company that makes wallet software that is designed to allow users to shop, pay, and save money using their smartphones. The problem for the company is that a militant group from the Middle East that goes by the acronym ISIS is something that no company wants to be associated with.

Amazon releases Wallet app in beta version

Amazon has released – in a rare simultaneous event – in its own app store and the Google Play Store the Amazon Wallet app that upon close inspections seems to let you do everything Google Wallet can do, minus the added features that Google has. In its defense, it is still in beta, so you would hope that the final app would be so much better.

Domino’s Pizza now accepting Google Wallet

For better or worse, sometimes convenience takes precedence. That being the case, Google Wallet users may be happy to learn about this latest Domino's Pizza app update. Simply put -- you can now order pizza and pay using your Wallet account.

Google Wallet Card: how is your card being used?

Google introduced the Wallet Card back in late-November. The card, actually a MasterCard debit is automatically attached to your Wallet account, which ultimately means users have another way to use the Google provided service. We remember seeing plenty of people requesting, then later receiving a card for their personal Wallet account. But now several months later, we are wondering how many are actually being used.
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