Posted on 03 October 2011 by
This is my second post on our recent conference on how the mobile had impacted society for our French followers at the IT crowd hang-out, La Cantine, in Paris last week. Last week I blogged about the rise of mobile social media and today it’s the turn of mobile payment.
Posted on 14 February 2011 by
Mark Roberti, editor of RFID Journal, which covers all forms of radio frequency identification, including NFC, has sent us questions about NFC that he hears from readers.
Posted on 10 June 2011 by
Despite all the recent hype around mobile payments and NFC with announcements from Orange and Barclaycard in the UK and Google Wallet launching in the US with Citi and MasterCard there is still a certain amount of skepticism. Consumer attitudes vary quite radically, depending on when they were surveyed and where they live.
Posted on 05 July 2011 by
Recently I started a discussion in Linkedin on the reasons why transport operators aren’t jumping into the opportunity offered by NFC. Have a look at what some experts have to say about it.
Posted on 15 November 2011 by
NFC is starting to make the mainstream headlines with many pilots and commercial roll-outs taking place. However, just as with the arrival of 3G, ATMs and chip and PIN bank cards there’s a whole lot of consumer education that needs to take place before people will understand and, more importantly, “trust” the technology. We recently […]
Posted on 17 September 2012 by
Just a few weeks ago NFC services launched in Singapore and with over 20,000 point-of-sales, it is an exciting time to see where NFC technology will take us. For those of you, who are more visually inclined, take a look at this infographic outlining a day in the life of an NFC user. The mobile […]