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Gemalto is partnering with Japan’s largest mobile operator to bring NFC security and functionality to telco subscribers.
After months of rumors that Google was looking to buy the video game streaming site, Twitch, Amazon ended up with the prize.
Gartner, Inc., a leading information technology research and advisory company, reported that global information security spending is trending upwards.
Dubai-based Umbrellab launched Piiko in April as the first step in the bitcoin startup incubator’s grand plans to simplify utility payments for the world’s unbanked masses.
Sequent Software, which provides digital issuance and open wallet platform-as-a-service, has obtained a key patent that will simplify mobile payments and allow fast and seamless transactions at merchants.
Tencent’s WeChat now enables users to pay their utility bills using the messaging platform.
Swedish e-commerce company Klarna, a fast-growing online payments solution popular in Europe, is setting its sights on the global market.
PayPal has created an impressive new portal called PassPort which takes aim to connect the globe using information in a sleek new way.
Following a class-action lawsuit against Target, MasterCard and Visa are now targets of a class action lawsuit related to the Target breach.
The New York Department of Financial Services has announced that it will extend the period for commenting on its BitLicense proposal by another 45 days.
UPS Stores across the country have been hit by malware, infecting POS machines and compromising customer payment details in 24 states.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has used its regulatory powers in the field of payment systems oversight.
PayPal’s One Touch mobile payments ability makes checking out simple.
In case you missed it, Part 3 of our Regulatory Review series brought along a discussion on the growing bitcoin ATM industry.