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AmEx and Sprint collaborate

American Express and Sprint have announced an agreement that will provide Sprint customers with easy access to ServeSM, American Express' recently launched digital payments platform. The agreement marks Serve's first relationship with a mobile...

MasterCard and Deutsche Telekom in European partnership

MasterCard and Deutsche Telekom have announced a European partnership to enable consumers to use their mobile phones as a convenient and secure way to pay. At a press conference in Berlin, Deutsche Telekom and MasterCard...

Denmark proposes cashless country

The Danish government, as part of a pre-election package of economic measures put forward by the government, has proposed getting rid of the obligation for selected retailers to accept payment in cash, moving the...

Giant US retailer Best Buy drops Visa contactless

Best Buy has stopped accepting Visa payWave contactless payments at its 1000 stores in protest at the card giant's fee structure, according to retail technology blog. Best Buy introduced Visa contactless payments in August 2007...

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Sybase 365 has announced a global, strategic partnership with Telef

China’s UnionPay working with Gemalto on NFC payments

Gemalto is collaborating with China’s UnionPay to build a secure mobile NFC ecosystem. UnionPay is China’s leading payment scheme and has the world’s largest network of payment cards, with more than 3.5 billion cards...

Orange and Barclaycard launch contactless credit card

Wireless operator Orange and Barclaycard have launched a co-branded contactless credit card that will let customers manage their budgets and keep tabs on spending via SMS notifications. The MasterCard card's introduction is part of a...

UK debit cards reach 100 million for first time

There are now more than 100 million debit cards in circulation in the UK for the first time.The milestone was passed in April, the latest figures from The UK Cards Association show. The number of...

NFC to account for half of Europe’s mobile payments

About 42.3% of mobile payments in Europe in 2015 will be NFC payments, and the percentage will increase to 49.6% in 2018, when 38% of mobile phones shipped will feature NFC, according to a...

China UnionPay to launch NFC mobile-payment

Chinese bank card network China UnionPay has announced plans to introduce a mobile-payment service using an NFC-enabled Android phone from HTC. The phone, reported by Taiwan’s Central News Agency as the HTC Stunning, will enable users...

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Payment industry history with first AES DUKPT key management implementation

Verifone says it has implemented AES DUKPT with its end-to-end encryption solution, VeriShield Total Protect, its Engage family of payment devices, and Carbon 8 & 10. Co-designed by Verifone, AES DUKPT...
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