eGood, a new startup from Glendora, California, was chosen as one of the top startups to emerge out of Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt SF today for its charitable spin on mobile payments and loyalty.
Euopean prepaid payment provider paysafecard group, has launched its new product “my paysafecard” in two more countries. With the launch in Switzerland and Luxembourg, the coverage of the European market is almost completed.
Bank of America will be piloting Visa’s digital wallet service, V.me, to its online banking customers which will allow them to make secure online payments without having to enter information like their card number, and the service will work on websites of participating merchants.
Starbucks continues to expand its role as a leading mobile payments provider as evidenced in comments made last week by a company executive who said more than 2 million mobile payment transactions occur every week.
Rating: NFC payment without the complicated signup process Becoming the first to offer direct operator billing via NFC technology, mobile aggregator, txtNation, has partnered with Europe's largest supplier of NFC tags and products- RapidNFC.
"Margaret Honey and Eric Siegel feel that the Maker Movement has the potential to transform STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) learning.
...Makers delight in tinkering, hacking, creating and re-using materials and technology. They have organized themselves into thriving communities, we read, in which they create objects that they are passionate about." from source: http://dyslexia.wordpress.com/
According to a new report by Juniper Research, Apple’s decision not to include near field communication (NFC) technology in the iPhone 5 has set the market back by two years in the US and Western Europe.
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