STMicroelectronics becomes first chip maker accredited by the GSMA to personalize eSIMs for mobiles and IoT devices

STMicroelectronics is accelerating progress towards a more convenient and secure connected world as the first embedded SIM (eSIM) manufacturer to be accredited by the GSMA for loading eSIM chips with ...

Rambos, West Midlands Trains deliver Smart Ticketing the network

Rambus Inc. has announced the implementation of its smart ticketing software, including a Host Operator or Processing System (HOPS), Card Management System (CMS) and mobile app by West Midlands Trains Ltd, ...

STMicroelectronics’ secure NFC powers Mobvoi’s TicWatch Pro

At MWC 2018 Shanghai, STMicroelectronics has revealed that its Near-Field Communication (NFC) technology is powering the contactless features of TicWatch Pro, the latest flagship smartwatch from Mobvoi, a leading Chinese ...

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How can real-time payments be secured?

by David Worthington, VP, Payments at Rambus.  In today’s on-demand world, we ...

Going Dutch – can banks get a fair share in the age of open banking?

By Nigel Reavley, Head of Financial Services, FIME Open banking. In the last ...

The Financial Services Community just got serious about identity

By Lina Andolf-Orup, Fingerprints.  I find myself sitting in Schiphol Airport, trying ...

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NXT-ID Subsidiary FitPay® provides product update on Flip – a contactless payment device for Bitcoin

Fit Pay, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of NXT-ID, Inc., have provided an update on the development of Flip™, a new contactless payment device that enables Bitcoin holders to use the value of their currency to make contactless purchases at millions of retail locations. Michael Orlando, COO of NXT-ID and President of Fit Pay, Inc. […]

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Global NFC Forum 2018 Innovation Award Winners Announced

The NFC Forum have announced the winners in its 2018 NFC Forum Innovation Awards Program. The winning entries were named at an awards ceremony held at the NFC Forum all-member meeting during its day-long NFC Innovation Day in London. Nine finalists were selected from over 60 entries and one first-place winner was chosen for each […]

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Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal Goes Contactless with Creditcall and Payter

Creditcall, an omni-channel payment gateway and EMV solutions provider, with support of Payter, the contactless payment terminal manufacturer, has given a major fundraising boost to Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity, by making it the first arts trail in the world to ‘go contactless’, via the free installation of an unattended contactless donation infrastructure, […]

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Brands and Thought Leaders to Participate in IoT Summit Sponsored by NFC Forum

Over 100 of the world’s most influential brands and thought leaders will converge at the NFC Forum’s VISIONFC Simplifying IoT Summit on June 26 at the Barbican Centre, London to share interactive presentations and real-world case studies highlighting the Internet of Things (IoT) and Near Field Communication (NFC). Part of NFC Innovation Day and sponsored […]

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Wirecard launches supply chain payment platform based on blockchain technology

Wirecard, the international innovation leader in digital financial technology, is expanding its B2B portfolio with services based on blockchain. The blockchain forms the basis for a highly efficient global network. For example, between producers and processors of raw materials such as coffee, crude oil or steel – markets in which agreements on payments can be made […]

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CIRCUS™ FLEX: Taking branded products to Championship Level

Can a new tag be in the public eye before it’s released? SMARTRAC’s CIRCUS FLEX can, because it’s an integral part of adidas’ Telstar 18 FIFA World Cup Official Match Ball. Now you can experience the first-ever soccer match ball featuring an embedded NFC tag, the result of a partnership between adidas and SMARTRAC. SMARTRAC’s well-established […]

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