Walmart acquires CareZone, Google Pay aims to be a one-stop-shop, WhatsApp adds mobile payments in Brazil, Branch launches immediate mobile debit card access

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  1. Walmart has announced that it acquired the technology platform, patents, and intellectual property of CareZone, which developed an app that helps people manage their health information and medications. Story by Marianne Wilson.
  2. Google is working on a major update to Google Pay that would allow merchants to sell goods and services within the app, according to a new report. Coverage from Hugh Langley.
  3. Shoppers in the Brazil can now use the Facebook-owned app to browse merchants’ product catalogs and make direct payments. Reporting from Robert Williams.
  4. Branch announced that it has partnered with Mastercard to offer cardholders instant access to their funds with Branch’s Mastercard debit card by directly adding it to mobile wallets like Apple Pay from the Branch mobile app. via PR Newswire.

Source: Walmart buys technology to help people manage their prescriptions, health info | CSA

Source: Google Pay might soon become a one-stop-shop in the US, as the company reportedly plans to add merchant buttons inside the app | Business Insider

Source: WhatsApp adds mobile payments in Brazil | Mobile Marketer

Source: Branch Launches Mobile Wallet Capabilities to Provide Immediate Debit Card Access | Yahoo Finance

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