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Using a combination of Ingenico’s smart terminals and Datacap Systems’ PDQ Signature Systems, Uncle Oogie’s could offer its customers a way to conclude a meal much faster than ordinarily.
According to a new report from KPMG, 19 percent of shoppers would actually stop shopping at a store that suffered a data breach.
Steemit today announced plans to add heavily requested new features to its site, including private messaging, notifications, and follow buttons.
Almost two years since Scout RFP launched, over 80 customers have adopted its mobile, cloud-based sourcing solution to simplify and inform their purchasing decisions.
For some schools, a new mobile payments feature will be added to the fray as Remind adds a feature allowing schools to take mobile payments for certain class activities.
A recent study from Clarabridge showed us the unexpected figures of a mobile market where some unexpected developments are taking place, as mobile banking use is on the rise, but mobile wallet purchases are falling.
ISACA and The Center for infrastructure Assurance and Security will host new CSX Cyber Challenge competitions at ISACA’s upcoming CSX conferences around the world.
Cryptobuyer, a Caracas, Venezuela based cryptocurrency brokerage; today announced that Dash, a rapidly growing digital currency, has joined Bitcoin to its platform due to increased demand.
Applause, the global leader in digital testing, today announced former PayPal executive, Rahul Shah, has joined Applause as Senior Vice President, Global Delivery & Customer Success.
Reports note OPER CEO and co-founder David Laiderman is out to land a full $1.5 million, putting OPER at about half its goal thus far.
Small retailers, as it turns out, are increasingly turning away from EMV and turning instead to mobile payments systems to handle customer payments.
Viewpost announced today a revolutionary initiative to transform the way small businesses view and manage their cash flow.
OT today announced that its dual EMV payment cards are certified by Discover with its latest specifications, D-Payment Application Specification version 1.1.
Thanks to the growing number of mobile payments options out there there are as a result more potential failure points for security and more points where data can be intercepted, stolen and misused.