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July 20th, 2011 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 29 September 2011, 14:01

Google Wallet now in field testing

Google has been field testing its NFC payments service with a large group of users since late May and, from later this summer, anyone with a Nexus S 4G and a Sprint contract will be able to use their phone to make mobile payments at merchants that accept MasterCard PayPass.

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July 19th, 2011 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 19 July 2011, 23:35

Isis to adopt open TSM architecture

Isis is to put in place a fully open 'TSM to TSM' architecture, the company has told NFC World, so that banks and service providers — as well as Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express — will be free to choose their own NFC technology suppliers.

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July 19th, 2011 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 2 August 2011, 14:03

Top Google, Square, Visa and Verifone executives to go on stage with Isis today

The ‘Mobile Payments Smackdown’ session at the Fortune Brainstorm Tech event today is set to be the venue for the first live discussion of the NFC deals signed by the major US payments networks with Isis — and NFC World readers can tune in to watch the discussions live via a free webcast provided by the event organisers.

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July 19th, 2011 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 19 July 2011, 18:33

MasterCard discusses Isis NFC payments deal

“We absolutely believe that mobile payments has to be open,” Ed McLaughlin, MasterCard’s chief emerging payments officer has explained in a video interview posted on the company’s Heart of Commerce blog today.

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July 19th, 2011 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 19 July 2011, 18:03

Google issues first response to Isis NFC payments deals

What does the news that Isis has signed up all four US payments networks — Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express — for its NFC payments service mean for the future of the Google Wallet service?

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July 19th, 2011 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 21 July 2011, 09:37

Isis signs up Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Amex for NFC mobile payments

"Relationships with all four payment networks means that with Isis-enabled phones and payment terminals in place, merchants and consumers will have ubiquity and freedom of choice when it comes to payment network acceptance," says the company.

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July 18th, 2011 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 18 July 2011, 14:00

KPMG: Mobile payments are two to four years away from mainstream acceptance

A global survey of executives conducted by KPMG has found that the vast majority believe mobile payments will hit the mainstream within four years and nearly half say they think mass-market acceptance is only two years away.

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July 18th, 2011 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 18 July 2011, 13:26

NFC to arrive in Australia “within three months”

Commonwealth Bank of Australia plans to introduce a mass-market NFC service based on microSD technology “within three months”, ZDNet Australia reports:

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July 18th, 2011 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 18 July 2011, 13:07

Blaze Mobile wins NFC sticker patent

US mobile payments provider Blaze Mobile has been granted a patent for its NFC payment sticker and mobile wallet solution.

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July 18th, 2011 • By Sarah Clark • Last updated 18 July 2011, 10:43

Oberthur gets EAL4+ certification for FlyBuy NFC SIM

Oberthur Technologies has become the first supplier to gain Common Criteria EAL4+ certification for an NFC SIM. The certification means that the company’s NFC FlyBuy card, an open Java USIM, now comes with the same level of security certification that is provided with top level smart bank cards.

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March 5th, 2015

This week's news

  1. Visa Europe expands on customised tokenization plans, will go live mid-April
  2. US identity fraud drops, but breaches scare consumers
  3. Optus shows off wearable payments
  4. New Pebble could offer NFC strap
  5. Qkr! payments at Wagamama
  6. Madrid tests NFC ticketing on public transport
  7. Pizza Hut could let customers order and pay for pizza from their cars
  8. SpotMe app lets Android users spend Apple Pay cash
  9. Qualcomm demos 3D fingerprint technology for mobile phones
  10. Google confirms Android Pay at MWC
  11. PayPal readies contactless reader
  12. PayPal to buy MCX supplier Paydiant
  13. Apple Watch to replace car keys
  14. ZTE launches smartphone with retina scanning for authentication
  15. Video shows Samsung Pay in action
  16. NXP tool helps developers access secure elements
  17. Carta makes HCE simple with hosted Cloud Suite payments platform
  18. Samsung Pay’s success in the US is not assured, says expert
  19. Korea shifts to NFC authentication for mobile banking
  20. Mobile money users grow 41% in 2014
  21. Oberthur’s Pearl SE embedded in Galaxy S6
  22. Niemann Foods rolls out beacon marketing
  23. MasterCard discusses how Samsung Pay works
  24. Samsung unveils Galaxy S6 with NFC and LoopPay mobile payments
  25. Apple Pay provisioning fraud hole “has to get plugged now”
  26. Bank of England ponders own digital currency
  27. Fibank to launch HCE mobile payments
  28. LG smart watch to offer NFC payments
  29. Barclays to allow Twitter payments
  30. Morgan Stanley joins Apple Pay
  31. Diageo unveils smart whisky bottle with ‘game-changing’ NFC tags
 
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