Paying for your meal via the restaurant’s own app: Why Delos Solutions are rocking my world!
When will this become the norm rather than the exception in our dining out experience? Via Scoop.it – Mobile MoneyWe keep hearing about the coming mobile payments revolution. The sad reality is that, for the most part, it’s a pipe dream at the moment.Via www.mobileindustryreview.com
Send Money, Receive Money, Money Transfer – Amazon Payments
Is this a possible Paypal alternative? Via Scoop.it – Mobile MoneyVia payments.amazon.com
Cashless Society – The Future Of Money?
Yes, we’re changing the face of money. Via Scoop.it – Mobile Money Would you like a cashless society? We examine what mobile payments mean and see what the future holds for the likes of Paypal and VISA who predict that we will…Via www.mobileinquirer.com
RIM, Apple, Microsoft All Taking A Swipe At NFC Mobile Payment Technology
It’s great to see more handset manufacture’s getting involved. RIM, Apple, Microsoft All Taking A Swipe At NFC Mobile Payment Technology: “ As the Black Friday shopping opportunities continue to pile up, the mentions of mobile payment services get ever more frequent, too: in just […]
BlackBerry Bold 9900 Gets the MasterCard Mobile Payment Nod
Blackberry is moving into the Generation-M! and mobile money areas. Via Scoop.it – Mobile Money Two BlackBerry models — the Bold 9900 and the Curve 9360 — have been approved for MasterCard near field communications payments.Show original
MasterCard Mobile is Hungary for mobile payments
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Rogers planning to launch NFC mobile payments Q1 2012, report says | MobileSyrup.com
Via Scoop.it – Mobile Money MobileSyrup is an independent resource on mobile technology in Canada – connecting to those who are mobile enthusiasts, professionals and shoppers. All content is Canadian – and written by Canadians.Show original
Google’s plan for mobile and online payments includes Google+ | VentureBeat
Via Scoop.it – Mobile ToolsGoogle’s mobile payment strategy is just getting started, but that doesn’t faze Stephanie Tilenius, the company’s vice president of commerce.Show original