Posted on 11 May 2011 by
Contactless travel cards aren’t new – many countries already offer them, from Hong Kong’s Octopus card to London’s Oyster card. What is the first of its kind, however, is a customized travel card, which is what Stockholm Public Transport (“Storstockholms Lokaltrafik”) is now offering.
Posted on 24 June 2011 by
With the constant growth of contactless applications, one wonders what other areas of our everyday lives one day could be NFC-enabled.
Would you have thought of using your phone to open you hotel room or unlock and start your car?
Earlier this year we saw the first demonstrations of NFC being used as a car key, for both accessing and starting the vehicle. It may not be too long before we see the same system being adopted for commercial, or even residential, premises.
Posted on 18 February 2013 by
With all the buzz around 4G and LTE coming to a town near you (if you live or work in the US or UK), and prior successes emanating from Norway, Japan and South Korea, we should be excited about the opportunities being made available to us with these infrastructure upgrades. However, recent research shows that […]
Posted on 26 February 2014 by
He’s a man on a mission, and when the man who created Facebook talks about mobile phones, people listen. In his keynote speech at MWC in Barcelona, he took some time to speak about WhatsApp, and its mission to connect one billion people across the globe. It’s no secret that Zuck’ has seen mobile as […]
Posted on 15 December 2014 by
We are witnessing the increasing role of secure element in different forms in mobile payments today, from TSM-based SIM deployments, such as Valyou, to the recent roll-outs based on embedded Secure Elements such as Apple Pay and China UnionPay, based on AndroidPay. Is this the start of a trend?
Posted on 11 September 2017 by
We’ve partnered with OnKöl to enable and secure an M2M health hub.