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Apple Pay expected to go live in the U.K. on July 14th

Apple appears to be planning to enable its Apple Pay iPhone mobile payments service in the United Kingdom on July 14th, according to sources at multiple retailers. 34 more words

Technology

Apple Pay expected to go live in the U.K. on July 14th, £20+ transactions starting this fall

Apple appears to be planning to enable its Apple Pay iPhone mobile payments service in the United Kingdom on July 14th, according to sources at multiple retailers. 223 more words

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Wirecard launches mobile checkout development platform for retailers

Wirecard Group are to launch an innovative mobile checkout development platform for retailers that will enable retailers to increase the appeal and functional scope of their own app by integrating open- and closed-loop contactless payments, peer-to-peer gifting, offers and merchant loyalty functionality. 331 more words

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mPOS is Wasted on Micro-merchants (ppt version)

I wrote this deck for the mPOS World conference in Frankfurt, 1 July 2015.

It’s based on a blog post from late last year.

Strategy

Apple searching for new public policy director to influence governments worldwide

”Roger Fingas reports for AppleInsider, “Apple is searching for a new director of public policy as it looks to both influence and react to government policies and regulations worldwide, according to an official job listing discovered by… 195 more words

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Consumer protection aspects of mobile payments

Written by Jana Valant

Over the next few years, mobile commerce in Europe is expected to grow at an average compound annual rate of 42%. The way in which consumers purchase goods and services is changing significantly as new technologies permit the development of an increasing number of cashless payment solutions. 183 more words

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Apple Pay not yet ripe

Last week’s announcement of Apple Pay’s UK launch brought that day a step closer.

This isn’t the first mobile payment product, so why the fuss? Partly because it’s from Apple, of course, but mainly because Apple Pay, unlike some previous attempts, actually works. 527 more words

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