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China UnionPay reportedly working on a system like Apple Pay that combines fingerprint authentication and NFC.
Presentation examines the checkout process, speed, security concerns and more.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in October, and what we can learn from them.
Ed Busby, founder of Hudson Mobile Advisory, examines how recent data breaches have an affect on how consumers view mobile payments.
EMV migration in the U.S. has opened the door for a new entrant into the point-of-sale terminal industry.
Five payments executives discuss how this sector is changing the way it interacts with consumers through technology.
Mark Ranta from ACI Worldwide believes bitcoin and its alternatives are here to stay, but how can they be regulated?
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.
More than half of consumers are either unsure or not confident at all in the security of their personal information when shopping both in-store and online.
Survey found some 30 percent of respondents want to use the mobile wallets but are unsure where they're accepted.
Conference will focus on how mobile technology is revolutionizing and enhancing every aspect of individuals' lives.
Seventy percent of respondents to a survey said they are keen to outsource mobile product development to third parties.
Company updates app to provide extra layer of security for iPhone users.
The Merchants Payments Coalition wants to educate Congress members and their staffs about upcoming innovations in payments.
Company will release a standalone chip card reader for $29 and a Square Stand accessory for $39.
Company used recent investments to enhance its security efforts.
The token service is available in the US, and international rollout is expected to begin in 2015. HCE specifications are available today globally.
The new version of its application features a completely redesigned user interface and claims it is the first and only native tablet application for both iOS and Android that supports all mobile payment transaction types and all acceptance methods.
Criminals Christmas-shop, too. Data analysts at Feedzai say last November was big for fraud, but this November will be bigger yet.
The new app will give customers the option to log in to their QVC accounts on all iOS 8-enabled iPhone 5S, 6 and 6 Plus mobile devices.
A Kaspersky Lab study finds that although businesses know the threat is real, they aren't doing enough to protect themselves against targeted attacks.
The platform is designed to maximize revenue and customer loyalty via the increasing number of channels through which customers make purchases today.
The company says the financial industry should expect growing consumer demand for contactless following the rollout of Apple Pay.
This research center deals with perhaps the most sensitive topic in the mobile payments industry – security. We cover fraud prevention for your business, privacy issues, regulation, malware, hacking, shortcodes, privacy, lost or stolen phones, and EMV.
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