MNOs need partnerships and NFC handsets or will miss out on $100 billion mobile payments opportunity
Despite the analysis from other analyst companies that resign NFC payments to a hype-driven phenomenon, ABI Research predicts that these payments will soon become not only a reality, but also a mass market-adopted behaviour in the United States and Western Europe in 2016.
In my ideal world, websites would be built from the inside out. By Clare Green
Online retailers looking to maximise revenue from the rich behavioural data their visitors create can now benefit from PersonalSearch, a new supercharged behavioural onsite search solution from PredictiveIntent.
EU antitrust regulators are investigating whether a group of banks, including Deutsche Bank, HSBC and Spain\'s BBVA, are blocking new players from entering the European online payments market.
Danish customers to experience collective buying.
Businesses are being reminded that the people who buy from them can have an active role in shaping their brand.
Companies looking to boost the number of consumers who buy products online from them may benefit from a new marketing service being offered.
As spammers take advantage of the first UK brand-promoted tweets and trends, IT security firm Sophos is advising Twitter that it\'s time to step up the fight against malware and spam to protect both their users and their paying corporate customers
The RiskGuardian enhancements include three new technologies designed specifically to give merchants greater capabilities in the fight against fraud.
Visa Inc, Visa Europe and Google have announced that Google has received a worldwide license to Visa payWave, Visas NFC-based payment technology.
The total number of mobile internet users in the UK will be approximately 30.19 million by the end of this year, with the 35 to 44 demographic most active, according to a new study.
For many years those who concerned themselves with an organisations cyber security warned of threats, both internal and external, urging organisations to adequately protect themselves. by Andy Kemshall