The NFC Forum announced this week that it has approved Wireless Charging Specification (WLC) that enables limited support for wireless charging at a slow rate of 1W max.
Australia's largest bank, The Commonwealth Bank of Australia finally announces support for Apple Pay
This Thursday, The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has announced that it will finally begin supporting Apple Pay starting in January 2019.
According to a recent report, iOS 12 may enable additional NFC features in supported Apple iPhone models, which will give some third-party developers access to the secure wireless chip.
According to a recent report, Google is planning to launch its mobile payment solution, the Android Pay in Canada later this month.
A recent report claims that Samsung may soon launch its mobile payment service, Samsung Pay in UK on May 16.
Google has announced that some major banks will offer built-in Android Pay integration in their mobile banking apps.
A Wallet PIN is a numeric password that you can set up to protect access to your Wallet. The PIN can also prevent unwanted NFC payments and protect your purchases in the Windows Phone Store.
Apple Pay is now one-step closer to becoming a standard NFC-based mobile payments system by adding 10 new retail collaborates in USA.
When NFC is turned on, you can use the Tap & pay feature to pay for items just by touching your phone to a reader at a register. To manage your Tap & pay apps.
You can instantly send, or beam, a web page, a video, or other content from your screen to another device by bringing the devices together (typically back to back).
You can set your device to stay unlocked while connected to a Bluetooth device - like a watch, fitness tracker, headset, or car speaker system. You can also set your device to unlock when it touches an NFC tag and your face matching as well.
NFC based Mobile payments like Apple Pay are great ideas, but there are still lot of barriers in place before smartphones can become another way to pay. VeriFone is looking to solve this with its new mobile point of sale (mPOS) payment terminal. This new mobile payment option called PAYWare Mobile e355 does a few things unlike previous mobile payment terminals that have come before it.