Company spokesperson Becca Hary told Business Insider that the technology will begin rolling out in 2017 in the United States as well as international markets, including Australia, Canada, France, and the United Kingdom.
Grab your morning cup of joe and a ride, too, all from Starbucks. Beginning this week, the global coffee chain will be selling not only cups of caffeine and gift cards for its own stores, but gift cards for Lyft as well.
Starbucks is an important part of many people's lives, but Windows Phone users have been a little left out when it comes to the Starbucks app. Thankfully, it seems as though the company is finally ready to let Windows users join the fun.
Last year Starbucks and Spotify announced a multiyear partnership, and now we're seeing the first fruits from that deal, including the ability to save songs you hear to Spotify, at over 7,500 Starbucks locations throughout the U.S.
Visa announced that Walmart, Starbucks, NFL Shop, and a few other retailers support its online checkout tool, Visa Checkout. Visa Checkout makes it easier to pay online, as it stores your card information on the merchant's site.
Starbucks has cemented its place as the number one coffee-related destination for tech geeks, thanks to the introduction of its mobile ordering system, the latest in a string of cool new tech innovations it gives its customers. We tried it…
Likely excellent news for anyone that uses Lyft and frequently feeds their caffeine addiction at Starbucks, the two companies will be working together to help Lyft customers earn rewards points for coffee.