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Executives from mobile commerce and marketing companies such as Facebook and Stripe gathered in New York City last week to discuss the current state of the mobile economy.
Despite Apple, Google and Samsung soaking up all the hype with mobile wallets, the banks are slowly starting to make their own moves.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in September, and what we can learn from them.
The liability shift hits October 1, but there's still a lot of work to be done to get consumers and merchants ready for a new payments environment.
A number of different factors could help Android Pay pull ahead in 2016, according to Tim Spenny, the vice president of financial services consulting at GfK Custom Research, North America.
A video presentation of highlights and insights from the 2015 ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit, Sept. 9–11, in Washington, DC.
In a panel discussion at the ATM & Mobile Summit, bankers talk about the forces and technologies that are driving institutions to deliver a seamless customer experience.
At the recent ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in Washington, DC, a pair of security experts discussed the implications of the Ashley Madison data breach, as well as other worrisome cybercrime trends.
As consumers continue to adopt EMV payments, mobile and contactless payment solutions will also become more commonplace because the two technologies are interconnected, writes Moneris' Karen Cox.
Every industry needs people with crazy ideas who don't care who's watching or what they think. The financial service sector needs them worst of all.
Like their US counterparts, Canadians prefer to do their everyday banking via digital channels, but want to speak with a live person when they have more complex needs.
The report goes on to note that banks are still in a strong position to develop innovations that improve the customer experience despite the rise of other competitive payment providers.
For deployers who are not quite there yet, a free "ATM and Mobile 101" report offers valuable guidance on the integration of ATM mobile channels.
By the end of 2015, 60 percent of cards will have chips, compared with 30 percent in June, the Payments Security Task Force says.
Seventy percent of consumers said that they use a mobile banking app a few times a month or more.
Consumers have made more than 1.5 million total transactions to date, with approximately 60 percent of the transactions taking place on the Galaxy Note5 device.
The 2015 Mobile Payment Security Study from global cybersecurity association ISACA suggests that cybersecurity professionals are willing to balance benefits with perceived security risks of mobile payments.
A new study by Australian bank Westpac reveals that consumers Down Under believe cash could be history by 2022.
One week out from the Oct. 1 deadline, consumer awareness of and about EMV remains low, an ACI Worldwide survey finds.
Apple in June registered itself as a payments business in Shanghai's free trade zone.
The Candian Payments Association and the Bank of Canada have released research that supports the initiative, outlining critical issues the industry must investigate to improve the payment system.
Lower-income survey respondents were less likely to know about EMV cards than those in higher income brackets, according to merchant services provider Habortouch.
The annual event recognized providers who are leading the charge in banking and payments technologies.
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A new study from Juniper Research has found that the number of mobile wallets using contactless technology is expected to reach 200 million by the end of 2016.
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