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Google Wallet

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Google Reveals Mobile Payment System [Live Blog] At Google's media event Thursday in New York City, the company unveiled Google Wallet, its mobile payment system, as well as more details about Google Offers. Mashable was at the event for the announcements. Here is a recap of what happened. 11:52 a.m. The event is about to get started. Press and partners are here and we're all anticipating Google's not so-secret NFC and contactless payment plans. - Online Shopping for Electronics, Fashion, Home & Garden, Toys & Sports, Automobiles from China. Our Preferred Partners: UPS QIWI WESTERN UNION CHINABANK VISA MasterCard EMS DHL FedEx Web Money AliExpress brings you quality products at wholesale prices on even the smallest orders. Part of, AliExpress offers minimum orders as low as 1 item, buyer protection and express delivery with full tracking. AliExpress currently hosts more than 5,900 different types of products from over 44 different industries, including the following: Apparel & Accessories, Automobiles & Motorcycles, Mobile Phones, Computer Hardware & Software, Electronics, Health & Beauty, Lights & Lighting, Luggage, Bags & Cases, Security & Protection, Shoes & Accessories, & Hobbies, Watches & Jewelry and Wedding Supplies. Enjoy convenient order tracking.

Near field communication An NFC enabled parking meter label used by the city of San Francisco for payment and phone reminders of time remaining. Developed by Cellotape/Tap4Mor. Near field communication (NFC) is a set of standards for smartphones and similar devices to establish radio communication with each other by touching them together or bringing them into proximity, usually no more than a few inches. Google Unveils Wallet And Offers: An Open Platform For Mobile Payments We’re here at Google’s massive New York City HQ (they own an entire block) for what Google was calling a “partner event” but everyone knew was really an “NFC event”. Sure enough, Stephanie Tilenius, Google’s VP of Commerce, has taken the stage to announce Google Wallet and Google Offers. Right off the bat, Tilenius wanted to make it clear that this would be an open platform. She invited “payment networks, carriers, and banks to join us in creating tomorrow’s shopping experience”. And some of those partners are already on board. Citi, Mastercard, FirstData, and Sprint are the initial partners.

Tag Unleashes NFC Technology in Your Smartphone Earlier this week we announced the availability of BlackBerry® OS 7.1 for BlackBerry smartphones – a software update that includes exciting enhancements and app updates, including the introduction of BlackBerry® Tag. I was waiting on the edge of my seat for this announcement, because I have been dying to talk about it with you! I’m a Senior Product Manager at Research In Motion® (RIM®) working on this exciting technology. I think that BlackBerry Tag will make Near Field Communication (NFC) a very real part of BlackBerry users’ daily lives…and it works like magic! Check out the video below for a demonstration of a few of the features that BlackBerry Tag will enable, and read on for all of the details.

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How the New ‘Google Wallet’ Mobile Payment System Works As rumored, Google has officially announced its new mobile payment system. The platform is called “Google Wallet” and is a joint venture between Google, MasterCard, Sprint and security company First Data. The system is currently available on just a single phone—the Nexus S 4G from Sprint—and works with MasterCard’s “PayPass” tap-to-pay kiosks in New York and San Francisco.

CoreDX DDS Data Distribution Service Middleware | Twin Oaks Computing, Inc CoreDX DDS is an easy-to-use, cross-platform, cross-language Inter-Process Communication (IPC) library. CoreDX DDS is high-performance and low-overhead, with great latency and message throughput numbers. CoreDX DDS provides robust, flexible, and dynamic data communications. Based on Open Standards for guaranteed Interoperability and long term viability, CoreDX DDS is the preferred IPC for a wide variety of distributed software programs: from mobile games and consumer electronic devices to surgical equipment, health care applications, complex DoD systems and robots working in space. CoreDX DDS is essential for effective Open System architectures. Programmers like CoreDX DDS because it is easy to use and provides many features difficult to implement by hand, and not found in other IPC libraries.

Cinemagram Turns iPhone Photos Into Animated Gifs In Seconds Remember when the iPhone app GLMPS launched last summer, seemingly heralding the start of a new image format that blended static photos and video? No? That’s OK. Today, there’s a new twist on the idea of reinventing the mobile photo, this time by turning static photos into animated ones. With the newly launched app called Cinemagram, you can turn your iPhone pics into animated gifs in a matter of seconds. Data Distribution Service (DDS) Imagine a world where cars are able to navigate safely to their destinations and find parking without a driver; where patient monitoring systems are smartly integrated to provide error-free alerts and doctors are able to keep track of homebound patients’ health. This world is no longer a vision of some distant future or a science fiction movie. Every day more and more devices are becoming connected allowing smart machines and systems to perform functions that were not possible before. This convergence of machine and intelligent data is the Industrial Internet (alternatively known as the Internet of Things or machine-to-machine/M2M communications). OMG’s Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard is a protocol for the Industrial Internet.