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Smart Card News is an independent International subscription newsletter launched in 1992. The newsletter is considered, by the industry, to be the definitive source for information on all aspects of the Smart Card industry. The highly successful daily on-line news service was launched in 1999 and is free to subscribers to the newsletter. Smart Card News covers all the latest industry news on the new technological advances, security, new products, product launches, contracts won and lost, personnel changes, with opinion pieces and technical tutorials from the industry's leading experts.

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Whitepapers

22/09/2017 Headlines

U.S. Consumers Embrace Freedom to Choose Cash, Pay in Multiple Ways

Cash has an important place in Americans' wallets and hearts, according to the Cardtronics 'Health of Cash survey'. While people are adding digital options to t.....Read More

EIB Provides Euro 30 Million for iZettle's Research and Development

iZettle, a Swedish financial technology company, will receive EUR 30 million in debt funding from the European Investment Bank (EIB) in the coming three years. .....Read More

Researchers Unveil The World's First Artificial Nano-Neuron with Voice Recognition Capabilities

Researchers from the Joint Physics Unit CNRS/Thales, the Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies Centre (CNRS/Universite Paris Sud), in collaboration with American an.....Read More

ASSA ABLOY Acquires Mercury Security in the U.S.

ASSA ABLOY has signed an agreement to acquire Mercury Security, a leading OEM supplier of controllers for physical access control. Mercury Security was founded .....Read More


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