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MasterCard joins Visa Europe in adopting Wireless Dynamics iPhone NFC device

MasterCard has revealed that, like Visa Europe, it is working with Canadian firm Wireless Dynamics to bring its payments services to iPhone users. In an article posted on the MasterCard blog, Mung-ki Woo, who recently…Read more:

European telco CEOs agree to work together on NFC standards

Five of Europe’s largest mobile network operators — Orange UK, Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom Orange, …

Deutsche Telekom to launch NFC service in 2011

German telecoms giant Deutsche Telekom, which has over 129 million mobile customers under the T-Mobile brand name in multiple European countries as well as the United States, has announced plans to introduce commercial NFC services…Read more:

Orange to offer Samsung Wave 578 NFC across Europe but not the UK

Mobile network operator Orange has announced it will be making the new Samsung Wave 578 …

Visa Europe signs mobile payments partnership deal with Monitise

Visa Europe has signed an exclusive partnership agreement with Monitise to develop and supply mobile …

Visa Europe, Monitise enter partnership agreement to develop mobile payment services

(The Paypers) Visa Europe has entered a partnership agreement with UK-based mobile financial services technology company Monitise to develop and supply mobile…Read more:

Visa Europe Launches iPhone Payment Service in U.K.

Visa Europe and Wireless Dynamics are teaming up to offer a mobile contactless payment service for iPhone users in the U.K., employing a system that closely resembles what Visa is …Read more:

Monitise, Best Buy Europe and Carphone Warehouse founder to launch Mobile Money Network

NFC is likely to play a key role in the new venture as Monitise has already partnered with Visa and DeviceFidelity to integrate near field communication into its Mobile Money Manager platform.Read more:

EU backs project that aims to add a secure element to a mobile devices main processor

ARM, Giesecke & Devrient (G&D), Infineon Technologies, Brightsight and Graz University of Technology, Austria have received funding from the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) to develop technology that will enable a new kind of secure…Read more:

European specialists join forces to define security standards for mobile device platforms

(The Paypers) Five specialists have teamed up in an European research project designed to develop new security enhancements and certification methodologies for…Read more: