A number of companies are currently working on delivering a mobile payments service, as many of them believe that it will be the next big thing, one of those companies is Google, and it looks like they may be getting ready to unveil their mobile payment service.
According to a recent report, Google will unveil their mobile payment service for Android smartphones later this week in New York, in conjunction with mobile operator Sprint.
The new mobile payment service will work with the Google Nexus S from Sprint, and it will let Nexus S owners pay for goods and services at MFC (Near Field Communications) equipped cash registers.
According to Bloomberg, Google is using hardware and software form a range of companies which include VeriFone Systems Inc and ViVOtech Inc to run the service.
The new Google mobile payments system is expected to be unveiled this Thursday, the 26th of May, at a special Google event, and according to Bloomberg the invites have already been sent out.