Posts Tagged ‘NFC’

From the IoTMaker shortlist: The Connected Fire Extinguisher

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Posted on 27th Jan 2015 by in M2M

Once again we look at one of our IoTMaker entries in detail, this time the excellent idea of a connected fire extinguisher from Guillaume Chabas.

Trusted Service Manager Hubs and the acceleration of NFC

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Posted on 9th Jan 2015 by in Mobile

How scalable TSM hubs are making large scale NFC deployment a reality

Five things we’ve learned about the mobile payments industry in 2014

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Posted on 6th Jan 2015 by in Mobile

2014 was a hectic year in payments: we’ve seen the increasing march of NFC, the launch of Apple Pay, and the rise of the secure element. Here are some of the key things we took on this year.

How to NFC-enable your older iPhones and keep up with the iPhone 6’s Apple Pay capabilities

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Posted on 18th Dec 2014 by in Mobile

With many people still locked into long-term contracts for older iPhones, but wanting the latest and greatest in contactless payments, we have an option.

The “Payments Theory of Everything” explains how EMV, NFC, HCE, and BLE fit together

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Posted on 17th Dec 2014 by in Financial Services

Traditional commerce is no longer the only piece in the payments puzzle.  Innovation in payments is happening so quickly that it’s hard to imagine how all of these emerging technologies are going to work together – or will one technology dominate?  Which way will the industry go?  Will cloud-based payments take over, or will secure-element […]

Your guide to accelerating NFC deployment

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Posted on 15th Dec 2014 by in Mobile

As a helpful resource for the global community, Gemalto has developed a new downloadable guide to becoming an enabler within your NFC ecosystem. The insights in the guide are based on Gemalto’s in-depth experience from many and varied NFC implementations around the world.

Does the integral role of a physical secure element in payment services make it a necessity for mobile financial services?

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Posted on 15th Dec 2014 by in Financial Services

We are witnessing the increasing role of secure element in different forms in mobile payments today, from TSM-based SIM deployments, such as Valyou, to the recent roll-outs based on embedded Secure Elements such as Apple Pay and China UnionPay, based on AndroidPay. Is this the start of a trend?

Money20/20 Day 2, live from the show floor: 3 top trends in payments security

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Posted on 5th Nov 2014 by in Financial Services

Money20/20 continues to light up Las Vegas this week as payment experts gather for the industry’s new premier event. Mobile payments and transaction security continue to dominate the discussions here at Money20/20 along with emerging technologies like biometrics, big data, and wearable gadgets. As we listen to talks from players across the space – Visa, […]

Money 20/20 – Key takeaways from Monday’s payment security talks

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Posted on 4th Nov 2014 by in Financial Services

Money20/20 kicked off yesterday with a perpetual buzz surrounding payments security.  This tweet from Dave Birch perfectly sums up what we’ve been hearing in the overflowing conference halls: It’s no wonder that authentication and privacy are hot topics.  Consumers are demanding to know their account data is safe and transactions are secure as the number […]

NFC payments are back in the limelight as U.S. gears up for Money20/20

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Posted on 31st Oct 2014 by in Financial Services

This is an especially exciting time in the payments industry, as the EMV migration is sweeping through the U.S. and mobile payments are poised to explode.  Business Insider recently predicted that in-store mobile payments will grow by 42X over the next 4 years.  Having been a part of the NFC from its infancy, we’re proud […]