Reports suggest that Google is using NFC chips to trial a payment system in America.
The information say that Google is set to join forces with MasterCard and Citigroup to allow users of its Android mobile phones pay for purchases using “near-field communications” (NFC) technology.
The move corroborates recommendations created by Google when the NFC-enabled Nexus S handset launched, and would provide the search giant a reply to Orange’s UK plans to utilize Barclaycard’s technology for mobile phone ‘contactless’ payment. Apple is as well reported to be allowing for utilizing ‘NFC’ chips in its . . . → Read More: Google Plans Mobile Phone Credit Card