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Visa begins iPhone ‘iWallet’ payment tests in Europe

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on February 1st, 2011

We still need to carry around our credit cards in our wallets, so why not turn your handset into an e-wallet? Might as well. That’s what Visa Europe has in mind with the first commercial deployment of its iPhone payments App.

NFC-capable iPhones should be on their way later this year and the AAPL intends to look into ways for merchants to obtain a cheap and easy set-up for payment kiosks so that mobile payments can be easily handled with the proper infrastructure in place. This iPhone payment system requires users to use an add-on device before making a payment, but the iPhone 5 may have a built-in e-wallet if the rumors turn out to be true.

iWallet Biometric wallet keeps your cash safe

Posted in Biometrics by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2010

iWallet is a secure biometric wallet that should keep your cash and cards safe from foreign hands. The device opens with your fingerprint, and alerts you when it loses Bluetooth contact with your cellphone.

Sounds great, but what is the cost? Will you have anything left to keep safe once you buy it? It’s available in a variety of colors, including a fiber glass model for $400 or a lightweight carbon fiber case for $600.

Carbon Fiber iWallet sounds an alarm if stolen

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2009

Carbon Fiber iWallet sounds an alarm if stolenIf you are always worried about your wallet being stolen, the iWallet might help ease your mind and keep your cash and credit cards safe. The iWallet is a Kevlar and carbon fiber wallet that features a fingerprint reader, so that only you can open it.

It also has built-in Bluetooth so that the wallet can detect when it’s too far away from your cell phone(stolen) and sound an alarm. Thing is at $600, or just $300 for the fiberglass version, what money will you have left?