Articles Tagged ‘Visa’

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Biometrics could overtake passwords and PINs: survey

Canadians are opening up to things like fingerprint scans for security and quick purchases.

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Tech in Action: Visa brings payments in from the cold

The brand creates payment-enabled gloves, pins and stickers for its Winter Olympics partnership.

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Android Pay launches in Canada

Which banks are on board and what features should you expect from Google’s mobile wallet?

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Visa experiments with AR at TIFF

Passersby at the festival can try (and buy) movie-inspired duds at the brand’s booth.

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PayPal names new Canadian head

Former AmEx VP Paul Parisi will lead the company’s business in Canada as general manager.

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Google is most influential brand, again

The tech co receives high marks for innovation and trustworthiness while Netflix soars for women and millennials.

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Beyond moustaches

How the Movember Foundation is using new ways to encourage donations in Canada.

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TD’s growing interest

From JohnnyCash machines to grumpy old men to heartfelt thank-yous, how TD Canada Trust has banked on comfort for 160 years.

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Check it out: Wearable debit

The worlds of wearable tech and contactless payment collide with Everlink’s DebitWear wristband.

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Branded music content rises

Rise Branded Entertainment brings Universal Music Canada’s artists and resources together in a new full-service agency.

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Google is most influential brand

The tech giant leads the pack, while Tim Hortons ranks high in corporate citizenship and Facebook falls short on trust.

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Predicting 2015′s top digital trends: infographic

From beacons to branded content, here’s an analysis of the digital trends that are top of mind going into the New Year.

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Hacking campaigns clean up at the CMAs

Ubisoft and Publicis, and TSFC and Saatchi & Saatchi, cleaned up at the show with hack-inspired creative. Who else won big?

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Overall Brand of the Year: Crowning Tim Hortons

There’s no stopping this beloved Canadian icon. From product and tech innovation to going viral, here’s how to secure the top spot on the Brands of the Year list.

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Brands of the Year: Beyond the Rack gets into closets

How the e-tailer found rapid growth and secured itself a key place in the e-comm landscape in just five short years.