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Singapore commuters get NFC payments

LTA

Customers of mobile network operators M1, Singtel and StarHub can now pay for journeys on public transport services in Singapore with a tap of their NFC device as a result of a partnership between the Land Transport Authority (LTA), Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) and transport card issuer EZ-Link. More


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NFC Forum adds cloud-based connectivity to P2P spec

NFC Forum

The NFC Forum has added the ability to use the cloud to establish connections between two NFC devices in a new candidate version of Connection Handover, the technical specification that covers the way in which NFC devices can establish a connection using alternative carriers, such as Bluetooth or WiFi... More



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Meet NFC World’s partners at Mobile World Congress

MWC 2016

NFC World partners Giesecke & Devrient, Bell ID, Mahindra Comviva, NXP, Carta Worldwide, Gemalto and AMS will be exhibiting at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from 22-25 February. Here’s what you can expect to see from these industry leaders and where you can find them during the show. More



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NFC glucose meter launches

Medical products provider Nurse Rosie Products has begun offering an NFC glucose meter that lets diabetics access their blood glucose reading by tapping the meter against their NFC device... More






What's New in Payments

Android Pay signs up “millions” of users, readies loyalty programs

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Android Pay has signed up “millions” of users since its launch in the US in September 2015, Google’s Sridhar Ramaswamy has told attendees during his keynote at Money20/20. He also announced that single tap loyalty rewards are set to go live at NFC-enabled Coke vending machines in the next “few weeks”. More


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MasterCard extends tokenization platform to clothing, accessories and wearable devices

Adam Shelman

MasterCard has extended the capabilities of its tokenization service to enable payments to be made using “virtually any device”, including NFC-enabled clothing, jewellery and vehicle keyfobs. “Products will begin rolling out in 2016 in the US,” the payments network says, “with plans to expand to other markets.” More