Covershot: What is Apple Pay and How Does it Work?

What is Apple Pay and how does it work?

This newly updated 12-page primer explains in clear and simple terms how Apple’s NFC-based mobile payment system works and makes an ideal fast introduction to Apple Pay for executives that are new to mobile payments.

Vritti from Mahindra Comviva

May 2017 edition of Mahindra Comviva’s Vritti magazine

This latest issue of Mahindra Comviva’s quarterly magazine Vritti looks at the trends and technologies driving the next wave of mobile payments and digital commerce and includes articles about conversational commerce, the use of biometrics in payments and ways to address the gender gap in the uptake of mobile money.

Rambus guide to Samsung Pay

What is Samsung Pay and how does it work?

This 10-page guide from Rambus provides an overview of Samsung Pay and introduces its key features, including security and authentication protocols.

Famoco Emerging Markets white paper

Emerging markets: How contactless transactions are making a difference

This 19-page white paper from Famoco examines the role of secure, affordable and dedicated mobile Android devices in the development of emerging economies. It covers the participation of low-income people in the financial system, how to counter the informal economy and improve the distribution of humanitarian aid.

Rambus How Will We Pay in 2020 ebook

How will we pay in 2020?

This eight-page guide from Rambus examines the changes taking place in the mobile payments industry and the key developments that will take place over the next three years.

Apple Pay - What do we know?

Apple Pay — What do we know?

This six-page white paper sets out what is known about Apple Pay today on both a technical and an organizational level and aims to “provide insight and knowledge that UL has gathered, in order to best inform all stakeholders involved.”

The Mobile Wallet Report, 20 December 2013

The Mobile Wallet Report, 20 December 2013

A French beauty brand is to use Hexapay’s ‘meta wallet’ for one-click mobile ordering, Eftpos Australia trials cloud-based mobile payments, and Shell customers can now buy fuel using M-Pesa.

The Mobile Wallet Report, 6 December 2013

The Mobile Wallet Report, 6 December 2013

Fingerprints, voice prints, palm vein patterns, face recognition and iris scans are all now being tested for verifying a consumer’s identity for payments at the point of sale and to protect access to mobile wallets, online commerce, mobile banking applications, individual apps on a device and physical locations. We take an in-depth look at the […]

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