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Biometric and data regulations block Apple Pay in India

Apple has scrapped plans to launch a platform on India’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI) platform, which would have enabled Apple…

 

Lawsuit alleges Apple Pay violates patents related to biometrics

Device security company Universal Secure Registry (USR) filed a lawsuit in a Delaware Federal District Court Sunday against Apple and…

 

BoA supports ATM withdrawals using Apple Pay

According to a report in 9 to 5 Mac, Bank of America is outfitting some of its ATMs with Apple…

 

Apple to extend Apple Pay to the web this fall

Apple is extending its biometrics-enabled payments service to the web this fall, enabling consumers that use the company’s Safari browser…

 

Apple Pay launches in Canada

Apple’s mobile payment service, Apple Pay, is now available in Canada, however, it is limited initially to American Express cards….

 

Apple Pay users warned about storing other people’s fingerprints on their iPhone

A number of banks in the UK have warned their customers that if they store other people’s fingerprints on their…

 

Juniper Research projects nearly 5 billion biometric transactions by 2019

Juniper Research has published a new report that finds that the increased use of touchless payment services using fingerprint readers…

 

Apple Pay officially launches in UK with initial 250,000 supporting retailers

Apple announced earlier this morning it has officially launched its contactless payment service, Apple Pay, following an accidental tweet by…

 

Popular trends in biometrics: a recap of the week’s top reports

Here’s a recap of the most popular biometrics industry news that appeared on BiometricUpdate.com this past week. Facial recognition Facial…

 

Apple Pay expanding to UK with initial 250,000 retailers onboard

Nearly a year after it launched in the U.S., Apple Pay is finally expanding to the United Kingdom next month…

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