- PROJECT HELP
- WHITE PAPERS
Chick-fil-A restaurants in the Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio, area can now pay for their meals through their smartphone. The chain has rolled out a new mobile payment system in this market, according to Fox 19 News. The free app is available on Android and iOS platforms.
Scott Holt, vice president of marketing at ROAM, discusses how important it is for retailers to make things as easy as possible for consumers.
Rick Oglesby, senior research analyst for Double Diamond Payments Research, examines what Apple's recent announcement means for mobile payments.
Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez examines some challenges potentially facing the mobile wallet on Apple's new iPhone 6.
Apple intros mobile wallet capabilities that combine NFC, Passbook and Touch ID. Company has support from banks, major card issuers and retailers.
Digital security company releases new service to bring industry stakeholders together for NFC-enabled mobile payments.
Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez reviews what has been an exciting week for the future of mobile payments.
Ed Busby, founder of Hudson Mobile Advisory, lays out a plan for merchants to accept mobile payments.
The ability to securely download apps to a consumer's smart card has been demonstrated. But why is this important to a market that is already moving toward mobile payment?
Marcelo De Lima, vice president of marketing for Sequent Software, believes HCE can better connect the mobile consumer and retail stores.
The second annual ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in September will feature experts with exceptional depth of knowledge in areas of innovation, security, compliance and regulation.
FIME believes the entire contactless payment infrastructure will grow as a result of Apple's inclusion of NFC capabilities as part of the iPhone 6.
SIMalliance, the global nonprofit industry association that promotes secure element implementation to drive secure mobile services, will bring together a number of experts from across the NFC ecosystem in October.
TouchGo has partnered with the mobile payments service that has partnerships with HSBC, first direct, Nationwide, Santander and Metro Bank.
Softcard users who tap and pay at a Subway restaurant will receive $1 back on every purchase over $1 made with the American Express Serve card throughout the end of the year.
The company outlined its latest advancements in omnichannel strategy and technology as the company continues to add new dimensions for attracting shoppers and serving the needs of individual customers.
The companies are working on a plan to bring the new mobile payments system to China.
Technology provider expands mobile payments product portfolio to include tokenization capabilities.
Card network wants all merchants in Europe accepting its brand to have contactless terminals by 2020.
Apple Pay, which is set to launch in the U.S. in October, uses a secure element in the phone to store card information. It eliminates the need for a mag stripe, instead generating a single-use, unique number for each transaction.
Devices will work in tandem to share tokens to verify payments.
System will be for Android users and will use a special SIM card with NFC tech.
CurrentC has been launched in private pilot mode in select locations across the country. The private pilot will expand through 2014, with regional and national rollouts to follow in 2015.
Mobile wallet rebrands itself two months after it announced its intent to distance itself from terrorist organization.
New smartphone will use a fingerprint scanner to confirm payments made through Alipay's wallet app.
One-tap functionality enables mobile wallets to transmit multiple cards at the same time to a merchant’s point-of-sale system.
Near-field Communications (NFC) is a short-range high frequency wireless communication technology commonly used in contactless cards, mobile phones and passive RFID. Mobile payment applications include retail, public transportation ticketing and interactive advertising.
© 2014 Networld Media Group All rights reserved.