American Express, which recently launched its own online payments service for US residents, has now announced a partnership with mobile payment service Payfone. Payfone will combine its mobile authorisation and payment services with Serve, the new American Express payments platform.
Serve already gives customers in the USA a 'virtual wallet' that can be accessed online and via a mobile app.
Motorola Solutions and Huawei Technologies have agreed to settle all pending litigation between the two parties (assuming certain conditions are met).
It means that Huawei is dismissing its lawsuit against Motorola Solutions and Nokia Siemens Networks.
Chinese telecoms firm Huawei says it plans to create 500 new UK jobs during the next three years, doubling its current staffing levels.
The company, which is based in Basingstoke, also says it'll generate over a thousand jobs through subcontracting.
Kaspersky Lab has recently released pan-European research that shows many people feel more secure using smartphones to surf the internet than PCs... yet those people are less likely to have security software on their phones than on their computers.
In this week's podcast we talk to David Emm, senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab UK, about this research.
In this week's edition of The Fonecast we're chatting to David Emm, senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab UK, about the security threats facing mobile phone users.
We also discuss the latest report from mobile tariff comparison site Billmonitor, we talk about Tuesday's Symbian news, we look at a new unlimited internet deal and we discover a clutch of MVNOs.