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Coin 2.0 Lacking [VIDEO]

Coin 2.0 Lacking [VIDEO]

by August 28, 2015 at 10:39 am 1 comment

Coin, the card aggregation device, introduced its version 2.0 device with NFC capabilities a couple of days ago, and it is, well, lacking. Below is a demo of the device. Coin 2.0 reportedly started shipping on August 26 “to all backers.” The company originally said it would start 2.0 shipments last April. The upgradeRead More

3 Reasons Why Incremental Innovation Matters in Banking

3 Reasons Why Incremental Innovation Matters in Banking

by November 6, 2013 at 1:29 pm 0 comments

DENVER — To call it simple is to praise it too greatly. What TSYS introduced at BAI Retail Delivery yesterday was so basic, it was almost shocking to this attendee at the conference’s Innovation Showcase. The offering: an ability for credit card users to push to issuers a notification thatRead More

Delta’s New In-Air Payments System Fails to Delight Flight Attendants

Delta’s New In-Air Payments System Fails to Delight Flight Attendants

by September 12, 2013 at 9:20 am 10 comments

Last month, Delta Air Lines gave more than 19,000 of its flight attendants Nokia Lumia 820s for in-air payments. Some flight attendants, it seems, are not pleased with the change. Avid Delta flyers will recall the clunky handheld payments devices Delta used previously. The flight attendant would swipe your cardRead More

Breach Means More Retailer Card Fraud

by November 27, 2012 at 11:42 am 0 comments

Over the past five years a scam known as electronic funds transfers at the point of sale (EFTPOS ) skimming. People commonly swipe both credit and debit cards through the in-store machines to pay for goods and services and hackers have figured out how to skim customer cards. In Australia,Read More