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  • Square rounds out offerings with an iPad app designed to boost in-store sales

    / Mobile Commerce

    Square rounds out offerings with an iPad app designed to boost in-store sales

    Merchants pay for Square’s mobile point of sale service as they need it.

    Posted 05/24/2011Kevin WoodwardPost a comment

    Merchants pay for Square’s mobile point of sale service as they need it.
  • / Technology

    U.K. chip & PIN technology may be accelerating attempted card fraud online

    Since microchip-bearing credit cards debuted in the U.K. in January to prevent fraudulent card use at the point of sale, attempted fraudulent card-not-present transactions on the Internet are up 70% over a year ago, according to Retail Decisions.

    Posted 09/01/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Since microchip-bearing credit cards debuted in the U.K. in January to prevent fraudulent card use at the point of sale, attempted fraudulent card-not-present transactions on the Internet are up 70% over a year ago, according to Retail Decisions.
  • / Technology

    Fleet Plans Online Visa Chip Card

    Boston-based Fleet Card Services is launching the Fusion smart Visa card, a smart card-based credit card that will have both offline and online functions. Consumers will be able to apply for the Fusion card online at www.fusioncard.com beginning Friday, September 15, 2000. The Fusion card will have a 32-kilobyte microprocessor chip that can be used in conjunction with a smart card reader for secure online purchases. The chip card will have...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Boston-based Fleet Card Services is launching the Fusion smart Visa card, a smart card-based credit card that will have both offline and online functions. Consumers will be able to apply for the Fusion card online at www.fusioncard.com beginning Friday, September 15, 2000. The Fusion card will have…
  • The sound of online payment

    Buses around the world have accepted so-called contactless smart cards for some time. The card emits radio signals and the rider waves it near the farebox. The farebox picks up the message and automatically records the rider’s fare paid. Now it’s the Internet’s turn for radio cards. With a new technology by Tel-Aviv, Israel-based ComSense Technologies Ltd., an online buyer aims a card at the computer microphone and presses a button on the card....

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Buses around the world have accepted so-called contactless smart cards for some time. The card emits radio signals and the rider waves it near the farebox. The farebox picks up the message and automatically records the rider’s fare paid. Now it’s the Internet’s turn for radio cards. With a…
  • / Press Release

    PubliCARD, INC. REPORTS FIRST QUARTER RESULTS

    New York -- May 11, 2001 - PubliCARD, Inc. (Nasdaq: CARD)) today reported financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2001. Revenues for the first quarter of 2001 were $1,520,000, down slightly from $1,551,000 a year ago but up 14 percent from $1,328,000 in the fourth quarter. The net loss for the quarter was $3,509,000, or $0.14 per share, compared with $4,771,000, or $0.21 per share, a year ago. The smaller net loss primarily reflects...

    Posted 05/11/2001

    New York -- May 11, 2001 - PubliCARD, Inc. (Nasdaq: CARD)) today reported financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2001. Revenues for the first quarter of 2001 were $1,520,000, down slightly from $1,551,000 a year ago but up 14 percent from $1,328,000 in the fourth quarter. The net loss…

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