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Ed Busby, the former chief commerce office at Isis (now Softcard), believes both emerging mobile wallets need to work together to ensure success.
Costs associated with the Apple partnership might accelerate financial institutions' plans to release their own wallets, maybe with some help from merchants.
Michelle Evans, senior consumer finance analyst at Euromonitor International, examines the key areas in the market as the year enters the final quarter.
Consumer behavior and the Android users will affect how mobile payments will shake out going forward.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in September, and what we can learn from them.
Company will expand outside of the U.K. and offer its mobile proximity services in Canada and the U.S., as Apple Pay, BLE beacons, EMV migration and HCE shake up both markets.
Marcelo Delima from Sequent discusses how HCE is available on more Android-supported smartphones.
Apple's mobile wallet gives merchant-branded prepaid cards a chance to compete with the card networks in the same space.
The company's CEO recently spoke with Mobile Payments Today about his work with the Merchant Customer Exchange, Subway and what the future holds for this industry.
Ed Busby, the former chief commerce office at Isis (now Softcard), examines what the industry might expect to happen in the next year as Apple Pay emerges.
The company said the product will be used by card issuers and merchants to enhance security and limit fraud by facilitating tokenized payments.
The estimates are based on forecasts provided by acquirers representing approximately 80 percent of U.S. purchase volume.
Mobile payments won't be available until early 2016.
ShopKeep said its new card reader brings the latest advancement in U.S. payment technology to thousands of merchants.
Credit and debit cards available in the Semble mobile wallet include ASB and BNZ cards and a number of Air New Zealand Airpoints earning GlobalPlus cards.
Company partners with The Pinnacle Corporation to leverage Bluetooth beacons inside the store and at pump islands to facilitate cloud-based payments and instant rewards for smartphone consumers.
The mobile payments initiative backed by banks plans to launch in 2015.
MobilePaymentsToday.com surveyed consumers in the U.S., U.K., India and Brazil to discover how they are adapting to the growing mobile payments industry. Our fourth edition is available in five versions.
"Tap Into NFC" is meant to deliver resources and support developers to leverage NFC for applications and services.
ID TECH, a manufacturer of secure payment solutions, mobile payment, point of sale and digital signage, this week announced its contactless readers support Apple Pay.
Users can store a Visa or MasterCard in PaysBuy and use it to pay top up prepaid cards, pay for utilities and buy items from 30 participating merchants.
Mary Carol Harris, the former director of mobile at Visa Europe, has joined Apple as the tech company continues to push Apple Pay throughout Europe, according to multiple reports. Harris worked for mobile network operator Telefonica as the head of...
Gemalto will preload China Mobile smartphones with transit application commuters can use to pay fares in Beijing.
VeriFone Systems Inc. announced its UX Solutions series of unattended payment devices has achieved certification to be Canada's first and only contactless debit payment solution for the Interac Flash 1.5 contactless payment specifications, according to a press release.
FIME's Japanese operation has been accredited as a MasterCard test laboratory for mobile handsets, according to a press release. The testing focuses on confirming the compliance and interoperability with the EMVCo contactless approval process.
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.
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