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    Pylon seeks funds for WiFi access point with NFC

    February 17th, 2014

    Funding is being raised on Kickstarter to commercialize an ultra-slim wall plaque that enables visitors to connect to a host’s WiFi network without having to ask for and enter a password, by just tapping their… More

    CommBank to launch NFC payments using embedded secure elements

    October 22nd, 2013

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia has announced a series of upgrades to its mobile banking and payments service, including plans to offer NFC payments using secure elements embedded in “certain phones” and NFC stickers that can… More

    CommBank adds Kaching for Android — without NFC

    July 6th, 2012

    “We would prefer to start using the chip that comes with the phone,” says CommBank’s head of online banking, but “currently the NFC chip (the secure element) in Android NFC-enabled phones is not available to us.” More

    PayPal outlines vision for mobile ‘wallet in the cloud’

    March 29th, 2011

    PayPal has outlined its vision for providing consumers with a mobile ‘wallet in the cloud’, but revealed it is agnostic about NFC as a technology for turning that aim into reality, ReadWriteWeb reports. Speaking at… More

    NFC news in brief • 1 Nov 2010

    November 1st, 2010

    News in brief from the NFC world and beyond: Czech mobile payments • Akbank pushes contactless • Visa opens up • The rich love a bargain • Germany moves to contactless ID • mFoundy’s mobile banking guarantee • Amsterdam shops to refuse cash • Starbucks expands 2D payments • M-Pesa adds supermarkets • WiFi goes P2P • and more…  More

    Could PayPal bump NFC’s P2P ambitions into touch?

    Could PayPal bump NFC’s P2P ambitions into touch?

    March 18th, 2010

    A new technology from US start-up Bump, which lets consumers use phones equipped with accelerometers to make peer-to-peer payments and share images or contact details, has been adopted by PayPal for its new Send Money service. More