Definitions

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  • noun An electronic data store for a customer's e-money, credit card details, etc.

Etymologies

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e- +‎ wallet

Examples

  • This device will be provisioned with basic, free wireless access to deliver government services (voting, emergency services, information, potentially health care records (in a health vault of some kind), financial information (e-wallet), etc.).

    Creativity

  • This device will be provisioned with basic, free wireless access to deliver government services (voting, emergency services, information, potentially health care records (in a health vault of some kind), financial information (e-wallet), etc.).

    Innovation

  • This device will be provisioned with basic, free wireless access to deliver government services (voting, emergency services, information, potentially health care records (in a health vault of some kind), financial information (e-wallet), etc.).

    actually, "gov"-up

  • Visa has been demonstrating its PayWave technology at the Mobile World Congress, which lets any smartphone user convert a handset into an e-wallet.

    Visa finds a way to make your smartphone an e-wallet

  • Visa finds a way to make your smartphone an e-wallet iPhone 5: Top 5 rumors roundup

    RIM to put near-field communications in 'virtually all' its tech

  • This device will be provisioned with basic, free wireless access to deliver government services (voting, emergency services, information, potentially health care records (in a health vault of some kind), financial information (e-wallet), etc.).

    Politics

  • This device will be provisioned with basic, free wireless access to deliver government services (voting, emergency services, information, potentially health care records (in a health vault of some kind), financial information (e-wallet), etc.).

    7 posts from August 2009

  • This device will be provisioned with basic, free wireless access to deliver government services (voting, emergency services, information, potentially health care records (in a health vault of some kind), financial information (e-wallet), etc.).

    actually, "gov"-up

  • The closed operating system of the iPhone also limits NTT DoCoMo from pre-installing some of its applications—including its e-wallet, which allows consumers to pay for merchandise with their smartphones, as well as its i-mode email service—which Mr. Yamada said are important for Japanese customers.

    NTT DoCoMo Still in Talks With Apple Over iPhone Launch

  • The NS01 features a 2.8 QVGA Screen, a 1.97MP camera, and e-wallet.

    The Kyocera NS01 is the first real “belt” phone - SlipperyBrick.com

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