Tag: Gemalto

NFC – Not For Commerce?

eBay Chief Executive John Donahoe recently claimed that NFC stands for “Not for Commerce”, when discussing Near Field Communication being used to turn cell phones into mobile wallets. At Mobile World Congress, Russell Buckley said something along the same lines. Apple has not yet backed the technology as many were expecting, but many of the […]

The office of the past, present and future – Part…

Earlier this month, we talked about the past and present of the office desktop and how it may develop in the future. Today, we’re pleased to unveil the results of our latest project, which uses sliding images to illustrate the stark difference between the desk of today and that of yesteryear. Despite manufacturers’ best efforts […]

The Technology behind the Contactless Challenge

If you read my recent blog post about our forthcoming Contactless Challenge, you may wish to know more about the technology behind the payments that Ewan MacLeod and Jon Choo will be making in and around London in the coming weeks. I’ll admit, inspired by the latest James Bond film, I may have been a […]

A cashless society with mobile payments and the mobile wallet

A hub for all new innovation in digital security and identity, the CARTES 2012 Expo in Paris is in full swing. Wandering around the various demonstrations, I am seeing firsthand how the latest technology innovations will be impacting our lives. One such benefit that the smart card has brought to us is mobile payments, a […]