USA Technologies has added wireless wide area network and Wi-Fi capabilities to its low-cost cashless transaction system.
It's been a rough year for companies that make smart cards, but a new Frost & Sullivan report says sales may start to pick up soon.
The world's largest smart card maker reported dismal 2Q earnings and its interim chief executive, Ron Mackintosh, has resigned.
NTRU, a startup that offers security software, has released of Java version of its NTRU encryption algorithm.
Access ID subsidiary will focus on selling customized contactless RFID cards to universities and corporations.
Frost & Sullivan says China's much-debated national identification card would provide a needed boost for the smart card industry.
Gilbarco, a leader in gas station point of sales equipment, wants to extend RFID payments at the pump to car washes.
France's Inside Contactless plans to use the venture capital to develop new chips and expand in the U.S. and Asia.
RFID is catching on as a payment method, but the industry needs an Auto-ID Center-like consortium to create standards.
ExxonMobil finds that getting people in and out quicker makes customers come back more often.