Pay For Online Items By Tapping Your Phone Near A Laptop

Pay For Online Items By Tapping Your Phone Near A Laptop
technology

MasterCard is working with Intel to provide a streamlined checkout process of online consumers.

Yi Chen
  • 16 november 2011


MasterCard is currently working on a technology that would allow users to pay for online purchases by simply tapping a MasterCard-powered PayPass card or smartphone by their laptop. The technology utilizes near-field communication (NFC) which allows two devices to transfer information wirelessly and seamlessly.

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