Michelle Evans, senior consumer finance analyst at Euromonitor International, examines the key areas in the market as the year enters the final quarter.
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.
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.
U.K. joint-venture Weve changes direction on its plans as Apple Pay (and HCE) alter the payments value chain.
Steve Gurley, CEO and Chief Consultant for Pyrim Technologies, offers 10 questions to help one determine their level of understanding and preparedness for the coming mobile storm.
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.
The Federal Trade Commission weighs in on the mobile vs. magstripe debate. (From a keynote address by Malini Mithal of the FTC at the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit)
A mobile payments analyst offers perspective on the meaning and approach of the latest HCE news from Visa and MasterCard.
MasterCard announces acquisition, partnership and plans for 2014 at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Private litigation in New York pitting a group of merchants against Visa, MasterCard and a number of large banks could stifle innovation in the mobile space. (From a panel at the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)
George Wallner, payments pioneer and founder of Hypercom, describes the promise of the "new card" in an interactive environment. (From the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)
Today's younger generation is being trained to be tomorrow's mobile payment users, says George Wallner, CTO of Loop. "If they can't do something on their phone, they're irritated." (From a keynote at the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)
George Wallner says people were wowed when he whipped out his phone instead of a card, but are "cool" and "convenient" enough to establish a new mode of payment? "The real value is an entirely new environment is being created," George concludes. (At the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)
George Wallner describes the simple one-step PIN solution already developed by the mobile industry. (From the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)
An American abroad describes her EMV (mis)adventures.