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Gemalto and Tapit have teamed up to enable consumers to leverage NFC technology to make 'frictionless' payments on their mobile phones, and have their transactions billed to their mobile phone.
SIM card maker was targeted by security services but insists they only breached its office network.
A Wednesday press conference will aim to quell fears that the UK and US intelligence agencies have unfettered access to our mobile devices and phone calls.
Company investigates claim of hacking attack by NSA and GCHQ.
Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone have all confirmed they use SIMs produced by Dutch SIM card maker Gemalto, the company that the latest leaks from Edward Snowden claim was hacked by US and British spies.
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Dutch SIM card maker Gemalto says it is investigating reports it was hacked by US and British spies but at this stage has no idea whether it happened.
A Cambridge-based joint venture with mobile security experts Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient provides ARM's answer to Intel's McAfee acquisition, which was largely aimed at the same market
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Mobile security company Gemalto and integrated circuit manufacturer STMicro have partnered to boost the range of security services available for mobile device near-field communication products
Gemalto has announced Facebook for SIM. The app allows anyone with a GSM phone to use the social network even if they do not have a data plan. All communication occurs via SMS messages.
Software and security devices company Gemalto has managed to get the social website Facebook to run on a SIM card, which means that even the dumbest of GSM handsets can now access the social networking behemoth.
The iPhone maker has accused Motorola of infringing on six patents, in the latest stage of a war over the technology used in Android handsets
Apple is reportedly working with SIM-card maker Gemalto to cook up a special SIM card that would allow consumers to buy and iPhone and pick any carrier they want.
Dutch security company Gemalto has sued Google, HTC, Motorola and Samsung over technologies contained in Dalvik, the Java implementation within the Android operating system.In a statement on its website, issued on October 25, Gemalto said "Gemalto's patented technologies are fundamental to running software, developed in a high level programming language such as Java, on a resource constrained device.
Digital security vendor is reaching out to Asian consumers through its international Web site to create user awareness about security, particularly in mobile arena, says exec.
Amazon Web Services customers will be able to buy a small device that adds extra security to their accounts, but the code-generators are currently only available in the US
Consumer convenience should be a key consideration in improving the framework for digital security, says senior executive at security device maker Gemalto.
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