Tags » Mobile Commerce

'It’s going to be a marathon': What Android Pay means for mobile payments in Canada

After a seemingly endless wait, Canadian Android users finally have access to Android Pay, about a year after Apple brought its iPhone mobile payments platform to Canada with Apple Pay, and seven months after Samsung Pay soft-launched its service in partnership with CIBC. 1,786 more words

FP Tech Desk

Google's Android Pay comes to Canada, taking on Apple Pay as digital wallet use continues to grow

Canadian Android users have a new way to pay for items both in stores and online with their smartphones, so long as they are comfortable with using the technology to do it. 694 more words

FP Tech Desk

Recent Mobile Commerce Trends

Looking into the near future, 2017 and beyond let’s explore the emerging m-commerce trends, opportunities and challenges.

Perception System Share m-Commerce trends in this infographic. 7 more words


MasterCard's 'Display Card' Has LCD Screen, Touch-Sensitive Buttons

MasterCard is billing a new credit card it’s issuing in Singapore as the ‘next generation of payment cards.’ With security in mind, the Display Card has an LCD screen and touch-sensitive buttons both of which let the user employ a one-time password. 11 more words


First Data CONNECTED Magazine: The Future of Fraud

In case you missed it, First Data just released the first ever CONNECTED Magazine, a publication created to provide First Data’s merchant clients with an insider’s perspective on what’s happening right now, and what’s coming soon, in the world of commerce, as well as offer suggestions on how to navigate the new world of “connected” commerce. 70 more words


Windows 10 - The 1 Billion device mark cannot be far away

News this week from Microsoft that Windows 10 is now running on 500 million active devices certainly registers on the scale in 2017, although not yet at the level of Android, in the billions. 315 more words

Carrier Billing

Creating a Culture of Cyber Security

Cyber Security Awareness Month is coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean that the threats go away. In fact, it’s important to keep the same level of attention on cyber security during the other eleven months of the year. 241 more words