Will easier security convince people to make mobile payments?
Oct09

Will easier security convince people to make mobile payments?

As mobile payments take a huge step forward with the launch of the iPhone 6 and Apple Pay, the question of consumer security inevitably takes centre stage. In a bid to make life easier, mobile payments must tread a careful line between ease of use and robust security. Though we’re yet to see the Apple Pay process in action, it appears the tech giant may have cracked this particular conundrum with a carefully considered three-stage...

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50+ Fascinating Stats about Mobile Commerce in the US

In the Econsultancy blog, David Moth recently wrote an article compiling “more than 50 of the best stats from surveys and reports” on mobile commerce over the past 12 months. Here are some highlights: Mobile Ownership Pew Internet Project research from May 2013 found that 91% of US adult had a cell phone, while 56% have a smartphone. Of those who own a smartphone, 28% have an Android device, 25% own an iPhone and 4% own a Blackberry....

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Over 50 Fascinating Stats about Mobile Commerce in the UK

In the Econsultancy blog, David Moth recently wrote an article compiling “some of the most useful stats and surveys” on mobile commerce in the UK over the past 12 months. Here are some highlights: Mobile traffic boom On average, mobiles account for 31% of site traffic in the UK, according to Mobify. This compares to 47% in Australia, 40% in Brazil, 34% in South Korea, 31% in the US and just 8% in France. According to Ofcom, smartphone...

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