Are these technologies here to stay, or are they just a passing fad? Do these technologies really have the potential to transform the financial services industry, as some are claiming?
Bodega's social media firestorm will help educate the automated retailing industry and the technology community about the need to be direct with the public on important forthcoming changes.
Mobile Payments Today recently conducted a Q&A with a Sequent Software executive to discuss some issues regarding how HCE affects the mobile-payments industry going forward.
Mobile ticketing provider to develop app for train service that will connect the city's downtown transportation hub with the airport.
After trialling Tyfone tech with employees, Wisconsin-based credit union prepares to roll out to businesses, consumers.
Virtual banks appeal to the young demographic, but it's too soon to say if they have staying power.
"It's much easier to raise money when you say that the phone doesn't need to change, we don't need to invest, somebody else will invest to make our product work." (From George Wallner's keynote at the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)
Though many consumers don't realize it, proximity tech is already driving mobile payments, and making them safer.
At the present moment, mobile payments are thought of as mostly a payment system through the use of mobile phones. These phones allow us access to our online accounts through websites and apps, and even mobile banking can allow for...
Pundits have focused on carrier end run but missed the upside for merchants, others.
Hardware-based authentication adds extra layer to outmoded user name/password model.
Once a disrupter, the company has been bypassed by newer tech. What, if anything, can BlackBerry do to remain viable?
Once a technology disrupter, the Canadian firm has itself fallen victim to newer disruptions.
Jumio is a next-generation credentials management company. In this video, recorded during the Money2020 conference in Las Vegas, Jumio CMO Marc Barach discusses the disheveled state of mobile wallets and why the company believes its new Port solution, a device-based mobile wallet, is preferable to app-based wallets.
As a result of the recent IRS scandal, I am pretty sure credit card charges for government employees will draw extra scrutiny. There are some 3.5 million charge card accounts in the General Services Administration's SmartPay program, according to the federal government's procurement titan. See More »