San Francisco-based company partners with the three major MNOs in the U.K. to extend service beyond digital content.
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.
Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez examines some challenges potentially facing the mobile wallet on Apple's new iPhone 6.
Digital security company releases new service to bring industry stakeholders together for NFC-enabled mobile payments.
NFC was top of mind for readers, but what else struck their fancy? Here's a look at the most-read stories from last year.
Malini Mithal of the FTC recounts recent lawsuits the agency won against fraudulent payment companies. (From the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit)
Take a look at the most popular mobile payments content from last month.
Mobile technology has evolved to the point where it is in almost everyone's pockets, and that can make a big difference in the event of natural disaster. Japan's tsunami, Hurricane Katrina, the Haiti earthquake and typhoon Haiyan, all of these...
Rogers Communications, first Canadian MNO to gain banking license, looks to disrupt an entire industry.
Pundits have focused on carrier end run but missed the upside for merchants, others.
DOB lets you buy items from your phone bill, but sometimes it's a premium text message in disguise. What's the difference?
The first step to knowing your customer: Know Jumio. Jumio’s ID verification technology, Netverify, provides you with real-time ID verification. Turn your customer’s smart-phone or computer into an ID scanning terminal that makes it fast and easy to capture and...
Four recent moves by three large companies have pushed software and the cloud to the back seat.
While larger competitors move cautiously toward contactless payments, the Quebec-based financial cooperative plows ahead.
Online transactions dominate, but analysts expect brick-and-mortar use to follow suit.
Mobile money provider explores options with partner from a new vertical.
Company will provide billing and settlement services for Firefox Marketplace when it launches this year.
Writing clearly requires more effort than just writing; this becomes more evident the more complicated the subject. The Wall Street Journal provided a good example of that recently with its article "What's in Your Digital Wallet? Lucrative Data" The story...
TxtNation partners with RapidNFC to bring U.K. consumers a hybrid carrier billing and NFC payment solution.