AllThingsD Week In Review: AppSung 2, Internet Funneling and Inside Microsoft’s CEO Search

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.

Google to Unveil the Google Wallet Debit Card

A physical card, but with a limited use case.

Meet the Exec Crafting Google’s Vision for the Future of Shopping (Maybe This Time It’ll Work!)

If Google becomes a commerce powerhouse, after many failed efforts, Sridhar Ramaswamy will have succeeded.

Square Cash, the Service That Lets You Email Money to Friends, Is Now Public (And Free)

The new service from Square will pit it against PayPal, Google and Venmo.

Google Wallet Finally Comes to the iPhone (With a Big Asterisk)

Emphasis on wallet (and not payments).

New Google Wallet App Moves Past NFC and to All Major Carriers. iPhone Version on Tap?

Google is launching a new version of its Google Wallet app for Android today and there are some big changes.

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Google to Shutter Google Checkout in Favor of Google Wallet

Google announced Monday that it will close down its online payment processing product Google Checkout in six months, as it looks to build support for the multiscreen Google Wallet product. Merchants who use Google Checkout have one of two choices: Those in the U.S. with payment processing can apply for Google Wallet Instant Buy; those without their own payment processing can get discounts to transition over to payment services Braintree, Shopify or FreshBooks, Google said in a blog post.

The Onion, Yahoo-Hulu and Android on Windows — 10 Things You Need to See on AllThingsD This Week

A convenient roundup of the Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week.

Ahead of I/O, Google Wallet Drops Plans to Introduce a Physical Card

Google’s planned shiny black card is no longer coming to a physical wallet near you. If ever.

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Google Loses Its Wallet VP

Osama Bedier, who joined Google in 2011 and headed the Google Wallet payment business, is leaving the company. Google confirmed a VentureBeat report, saying Bedier had decided to pursue unspecified opportunities.