Coming on the heels of the Samsung / LoopPay transaction last week, Google announced on Feb. 23rd that it had ‘acquired’ SoftCard and reached a ‘deal’ with AT&T, T-Mobile and…
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Phablets could dominate mobile banking within five years. Tablet use, on the other hand, will decline. That’s according to research released today from the financial consultancy Carlisle & Gallagher. C&G says that Americans are increasingly performing digital banking transactions interchangeably across laptops, tablets, and smartphones, including the growing category ofRead More
The bank account in your pocket can now be a bank account on your wrist. Bank Innovation got a sneak peak at the newest “watch bank,” developed by Moven, during a recent visit to the startup’s New York offices. And we were impressed. According to a recent survey of 170,000 internet users fromRead More
Bank Innovation has learned new details on a forthcoming Apple Pay loyalty program.
Seems like Google hasn’t forgotten about Google Wallet after all. Google Wallet added a a send/request money feature yesterday to facilitate mobile peer-to-peer payments from smartphones. A similar service was launched in the spring of 2013 on Gmail, which allows users to click on a dollar sign attachment and send money toRead More
New standalone applications for Google’s Android Wear — — the company’s smartwatch operating system — are starting to hit Google Play store.
But not from Google Wallet.
In a special media event in Seattle yesterday, CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled the Amazon smartphone, called the Fire Phone, and it has notable implications for payments and e-commerce.
Might Amazon be launching a payments service — today? According on a report from Reuters, Amazon will be introducing a payment service — purportedly today — which will attempt to make it easier for Amazon users to make subscription-based or recurring payments. The service will let businesses access Amazon’s 240Read More
Apple may be catching all of the headlines with its rumored interest in mobile payments, but some industry watchers think another tech giant may be better positioned in the mobile payments industry: Amazon. IDC’s James Wester writes that Amazon — with its rumored handset, highly customized version of Android OS,Read More
It looks like Apple is opening the door to Bitcoin. According to the new iOS App Store guidelines, Apple has lifted its ban on apps that facilitate transactions in bitcoins and other virtual currencies. Google’s Android platform has long been noted as being more bitcoin-friendly. On Twitter today, Andreessen HorowitzRead More
It just got easier for Huntington customers to see how much money they have. Huntington Bancshares today announced a new feature called Quick Balance to its mobile app that allows users to check account balances with a swipe, without inputting a username or password. Maureen Brown, public relations director withRead More