Racking up your credit card bill contactlessly just got a whole lot easier, with Barclaycard's new PayTag thingummy.
Forget fumbling for change or worrying about the weirdo behind you seeing your PIN -- this summer, you'll be able to pay for things with an airy wave of your Orange mobile phone.
Don't worry, it might have O2 in the title but this isn't another iPhone story. No, this could be the future of credit cards and automated travel ticketing
Swedish students are paying for things with their paws using Quixter, a palm scanner that reads the unique pattern of blood vessels in your hand.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 with Orange and Barclaycard's Quick Tap contactless payment comes with £50 free money to spend.
Barclaycard and two U.K. carriers set a launch date of early summer for a system to make wireless purchases with mobile phones.
Samsung TecTiles are NFC stickers let you perform any task on your Android phone by simply waving it at a sticker.
O2 Wallet is a new app for iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry and Android phones and tablets that sends money to friends like a text message.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the official phone of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Orange wants you to pay for stuff using your phone with the Samsung Wave 578, but it only works with Barclays accounts.