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  • The PayPal spinoff may lead to a more nimble payments company

    / Technology

    The PayPal spinoff may lead to a more nimble payments company

    Splitting off from eBay will help PayPal keep pace with the rapidly changing payments landscape, experts say.

    Posted 09/30/2014Zak StamborPost a comment

    Splitting off from eBay will help PayPal keep pace with the rapidly changing payments landscape, experts say.

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  • How Apple Pay could improve mobile payment security

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    How Apple Pay could improve mobile payment security

    The addition of fingerprint verification makes Apple’s payment system more secure than those requiring just a four-digit pin, one expert says.

    Posted 09/18/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    The addition of fingerprint verification makes Apple’s payment system more secure than those requiring just a four-digit pin, one expert says.

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  • What Apple Pay means for retailers

    / Mobile Commerce

    What Apple Pay means for retailers

    The adoption of Apple’s new mobile payment system depends on retailers installing terminals with new technology, and consumers finding it easier to pay with a smartphone than with plastic or cash. A change coming to store checkout counters could make it easier for many retailers to accept Apple Pay.

    Posted 09/12/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    The adoption of Apple’s new mobile payment system depends on retailers installing terminals with new technology, and consumers finding it easier to pay with a smartphone than with plastic or cash. A change coming to store checkout counters could make it easier for many retailers to accept Apple…

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  • Apple poised to supercharge mobile payments

    / Mobile Commerce

    Apple poised to supercharge mobile payments

    With biometric and NFC technologies—not to mention the big three credit card companies—on board, Apple may provide the spark that (finally) lights a mobile payments fire, enabling consumers to pay in stores with their iPhones. And merchants may not need new POS terminals, one expert suggests.

    Posted 09/03/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    With biometric and NFC technologies—not to mention the big three credit card companies—on board, Apple may provide the spark that (finally) lights a mobile payments fire, enabling consumers to pay in stores with their iPhones. And merchants may not need new POS terminals, one expert suggests.

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