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Google Wallet Card confirmed on Google support page

Google Wallet Card confirmed on Google support page

Just a few days ago, we reported on a leaked update to the Google Wallet app that showed off the service's rumored physical cards. If that wasn't enough to convince you that it's real, Google's own support site talks about the "Google Wallet card" right out there in the open. So while it's not officially announced yet, this thing has to be real.

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Barnes & Noble lists 63 stores affected by PIN hack

Barnes & Noble lists 63 stores affected by PIN hack

Today book retailer Barnes & Noble confirmed that 63 of their retail stores have been compromised with tampered PIN pads. We originally reported the breaking news earlier this morning, but the company completed an internal investigation today that revealed one PIN pad in each of the 63 stores were tampered with, and that customers who used a credit or debit card on the machines were at risk of stolen personal information.

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Visa drops Global Payments following breach

Visa drops Global Payments following breach

Visa has dropped Global Payments from its list of compliant service providers following the security breach revealed last week that may have compromised as many as 1.5 million cardholder accounts. Global Payments CEO Paul Garcia believes that his company should return to the list once it comes back to compliance, although he didn't give a more specific time frame.

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Global Payments admits 1.5 million credit card numbers stolen

Global Payments admits 1.5 million credit card numbers stolen

One of the major credit card processors called Global Payments Incorporated announced on Friday that it had identified and reported a hack into its credit card processing system. The company says that the affected portion of the processing system operates in North America only and as many as 1.5 million credit card numbers may have been stolen in the hack.

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