Tag: Mobile World Congress

NFC is getting serious

Along with many others, I believe that NFC is ready for prime time. Just take a look around the globe: in Japan there are three operators working on offers, in the USA there is a joint venture set up between operators, and here in Europe not only do we have Barclays teaming up with Orange […]

One year on

Today, dear reader, our blog is one year old. That’s right – our very first post was 365 days ago on 10th February 2011. We feel we have grown with the blog, expanding our hub to include a telecoms blog and one focused on enterprise security covering a multitude of topics and industries. While ‘Digital […]

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Going cashless in Singapore

If you’re a regular follower of our blog and news, you will be aware of our involvement in the Isis mobile commerce platform. Our Trusted Service Manager (TSM) solution has been chosen to secure the platform, a joint venture between AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless, which aims to bring secure NFC mobile payments […]

On which mobile OS will NFC first see market adoption?…

Continuing our Mobile World Congress tradition of answering questions posed to us by influencers in the mobile industry, today Simon Judge of Mobile Phone Development wants to know which mobile OS will be the main one to spur NFC adoption on. Up to now the main NFC debate has been who will be first to […]

Mobile World Congress – stand transformation

We wanted to share how our stand has been transformed from an ugly duckling into a beautiful swan – well, ok, stand. Here are a couple of before and after photos. More to follow over the next few days as each of the estimated 60,000 attendees arrives and explores Hall 8. BEFORE: AFTER: