Can the development of mobile money tools mean financial inclusion for those who need it most?
Card brand tightens timeframe for U.S. move to new security standard.
Executive event will assemble industry experts to discuss the interlinked future of cash, ATMs and mobile technology.
What will happen to money, and especially cash, in this new electronic age? Will all money eventually be digitized? Computers have enabled an exponential digitization of information. For example, the amount of data used globally in 2011 accounted for 1.8...
NCR shows off its mobile app to prestage withdrawals and link mobile banking with the ATM.
Bank of America seems to think so; the FI has filed a patent application for a 'Contactless Automated Teller Machine.'
Company's "digital banker" app puts mobile in the middle of a multichannel strategy.
New software lets consumers pre-stage ATM withdrawals via mobile device.
Author discusses his new book on the future, and demise, of cash and currency.
At the ATMIA conference, Richard Crone makes the case for early adoption of a new QR-driven technology.
Exploring mobile money and cashless alternatives in Sin City.
A skimming solution in Singapore sets off SMS buzz in America.
Payment network announces first product in its global strategy to reach the unbanked.
Part of Diebold's mobile banking suite, the card-lock feature allows customers to lock and unlock their ATM cards with a text message. Diebold product manager Balaji Devarasetty explained how it works to editor Kim Williams.
Rob Evans demonstrates the tablet-style interface of the Monimax ATM from Nautilus Hyosung, which can capitalize on the increasing popularity of mobile payments and banking.
Bob Tramontano, vice president of global field marketing for NCR, says smartphones and ATMs make a fast way to pay anyone, virtually anywhere.
The financial institution initiated the service after realizing that some customers who visited a bank branch to withdraw cash left their bank cards at home.