The 360 Payments Velox eCommerce Android Mobile SDK works in two parts that includes the end-to-end encryption method and the swipe device library. The end-to-end encryption library allows credit card data to be encrypted on a mobile device before sending it to the Merchant's back-end server. The swipe device library supports the encrypted card readers supported by the payment gateway that includes parsing the data and notifying you when a card reader is connected, disconnected, ready to receive a swipe and more. The Velox eCommerce API provides customized web-based payment processing methods that significantly reduces a merchant's PCI footprint without sacrificing end-user look and feel. Velox is an integrated payments experience for businesses that features state-of-the-art security, and mobile flexibility that is powered by 360 Payments.
Bitwage launched an API that aims to ease delay times and high fees traditionally associated with paying wages across international borders. API access to its payroll platform enables companies to integrate Bitwage solutions into existing systems such as time tracking software and other workflows.
The lines between cars, computers, and mobile devices are blurring, as several new web-powered apps have made their way to Ford vehicles via the SYNC on-board vehicle control system API. Following up on our post last month about the use of the SYNC system to enable "cars as a platform," news has emerged about the release of some new apps that give drivers (and passengers) access to web services via mobile devices.