Archive for tag: Apple Pay

Apple Mops Up Mobile Payments Market

July 13, 2015

By Elliott Holley iPhone devices account for more than one in three browser-based mobile transactions, and are used for 10% of all global online transactions, according to new figures published by payment specialist Adyen. In the company’s quarterly Mobile Payments Index, which tracks browser-based mobile payment data across Adyen’s global customer base, the company reports […]

How Apple Pay exposes security flaws in banking

March 30, 2015

By Davis Bozen With Apple Pay coming out, it seems as if there is a whole new technology that has just been released. In reality, NFC payments have been around for a while, but Apple is the platform that has enough user adoption that will actually result in mass adoption. Thus far, we have seen […]

Apple Pay ‘no-data-collection’ isn’t a feature. It’s a problem

November 3, 2014

By Marc Freed-Finnegan & Jonathan Wall Apple’s attention to detail is legendary, especially when it comes to its product launches. So it’s safe to assume that Senior VP Eddy Cue chose his words carefully when he said this about Apple’s newly launched digital wallet Apple Pay: “We are not in the business of collecting your […]

Apple Pay ‘Far Different’ in Its Approach to Banks, USAA Says

October 27, 2014

By David Heun PHOENIX — Apple enters the mobile wallet world in a stronger position than most of its rivals, largely because it sought the support of card networks and banks before the first Apple Pay transaction ever took place. “Preserving the current system was extremely important and a factor that was far different from […]

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