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Singapore chooses consortium to rollout NFC

Singapore’s Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) has chosen a consortium to build NFC infrastructure and launch …

Inside Secure ships more than 10M NFC chipsets in 2011

Semiconductor vendor Inside Secure has so far shipped more than ten million NFC chipsets this …

Square links up with Wal-Mart

Mobile payments provider Square has struck a deal with Wal-Mart so that its card reader …

NZ mobile operators agree on new m-pay system

New Zealand’s three mobile operators Telecom New Zealand, 2degrees and Vodafone have jointly created a …

NFC for WP7 in 2012 but Microsoft will not enter m-pay market

Microsoft has confirmed that NFC capability will be included in its Windows Phone 7 OS …

Paypal and m-commerce boost eBay’s Q3 results

Paypal expects to process US$3.5 billion of mobile payments this year, up from US$750 million …

Google add first public transport system, vouchers and points to its wallet

Google has partnered with New Jersey Transit, the US public transport provider, so that travellers …

Google, Samsung unveil NFC Android feature

Google and Samsung have announced a new NFC smartphone, the Galaxy Nexus, running on the latest version of the Android OS as well as introducing Android Beam which uses NFC technology to share content between handsets.

Mobile operators need to get their heads around users m-money fears

More evidence this week about why mobile operators and other players must keep a mind on how understandably sensitive users are about the security of their debit and credit card data.

MML poll: big issue is to make users feel secure

According to respondents to our online poll, the most serious challenge for mobile money before it can become mass market is reassuring users that transactions are secure. Making users feel comfortable that their credit and debit cards are safe during a mobile transaction was chosen as the biggest issue by 40 percent of voters.