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Posted on 25th Sep 2015 by Jason Hart in Enterprise Security
Posted on 15th Sep 2015 by Rémi de Fouchier in Mobile
Google has just launched Android Pay. This adds potentially another 30% of smartphone users able to use mobile payments. When combined with Apple Pay and the upcoming Samsung Pay, it’s clear the NFC payment ecosystem is growing fast.
Posted on 9th Sep 2015 by Tauri Cox in IoT
The Internet of Things has quickly become the next big step in technology, but one-sized connectivity doesn’t fit all. Take a look at how the first module of its kind can keep you always landing on your feet.
Posted on 3rd Sep 2015 by Marta Bordonada in Mobile
The mobile world is changing faster than ever before, especially with the rise of new payment systems such as Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay. The onus of keeping up with the times is now on issuers and processors who need to make sure they have mobile payment strategies in place that will appeal […]
Posted on 18th Aug 2015 by Michelle Leech in Corporate
The South by Southwest Interactive Festival returns to Austin, TX in 2016 to present cutting-edge innovation and discuss the future of technology. During the week-long event, attendees hear from the brightest minds in the industry. Sounds like we should be there, right?
Posted on 14th Aug 2015 by Manfred Kube in IoT
The recent connected car hacks have highlighted the approach to securing vital systems and components needs to change. In this post, we explore how that can happen.
Posted on 11th Aug 2015 by Tauri Cox in IoT
Wearable technology is the new trend, sparking innovation in all areas: communication, fitness, safety, photography, and more. But one detail is sorely lacking: Style.
The Wired Jeep Hack is not a modern “Christine” but shows we’d better secure who is in the driver’s seat0
Posted on 29th Jul 2015 by Rémi de Fouchier in IoT
Last week, hackers cut the engine of a Wired journalist’s car on the highway. This has implications for trust in the Internet of Things.
Posted on 29th Jul 2015 by Philippe Benitez in Financial Services
Contactless technology extends far beyond just payment. More and more vendors in the entertainment, social media and retail industries are utilizing it as a way to build their communities by allowing fans and consumers to get even more out of the experience.