A growing number of public transport networks are experimenting with NFC and reaping rewards. We look at five global networks that are shining examples of innovation.
Posts Tagged ‘smartphone’
Posted on 19th Oct 2015 by Christian Marc in Mobile
Now that smartphones are overtaking laptops as the number one way to get online, we look at how and why mobile security needs to catch up.
Posted on 14th Apr 2015 by Tim Cawsey in Mobile
The results of our MWC 2025 competition
How does Back to the Future’s Hill Valley 2015 compare to today’s reality? Part 2: Connected Cars and Wearable Tech0
Posted on 3rd Mar 2015 by Rémi de Fouchier in Mobile
In part 2 of special MWC blog series, we look at the predictions Back to the Future Part 2 made for connected cars and wearable technology
Posted on 18th Feb 2015 by Rémi de Fouchier in Mobile
To help understand how Mobile Network Operators view the connected consumer electronics market we’ve sponsored the “on demand subscription management” study from Ernst & Young. Here are the key findings…
Posted on 22nd Dec 2014 by Rémi de Fouchier in Mobile
The hot topics of the connected car sector: embedded connectivity, the right connectivity hardware, data privacy protection
Posted on 10th Dec 2014 by Manfred Kube in IoT
We’ve brought together the best of the IoT Twitterverse from November in honor of those who entered our #IoT Maker Challenge.
Posted on 31st Oct 2014 by Nicole Williams 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 […]
Posted on 21st Oct 2014 by Pierre Lelievre in Mobile
Trust is a critical part of security and therefore, a key component in the widespread adoption of mobile payment technology. How can businesses build a secure environment to assure consumers?
Posted on 17th Oct 2014 by Kristel Teyras in Mobile
A multi-screen and multi-platform world can lead audiences to Attention Deficit Disorder. The days of monologue communication is over and we have entered the era of engagement and dialogue, but today, with online and mobile channels on all the time, the dialogue never stops.