Google introduced Android Pay last week, and already its formal launch appears to have been delayed. Tom Noyes, the former head of channels at Citi-turned consultant, blogged yesterday that he “was at a Top 5 Issuer and Google just called them to say Wallet (errr correction Android Pay) is delayed aRead More
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Being that little about Android Pay, unveiled yesterday, was interesting, attention turns to the only real differentiator available to Google: pricing. What was remarkable about Apple Pay was that Apple launched it with a host of partners — and extracted pricing concessions. This was a non-existent product for which Apple securedRead More
KeyBank is turning to tablets. Matt Lehman, senior vice president and head of online and mobile at KeyBank, said that mobile has moved from a secondary or tertiary strategy to the primary focus for the bank — and tablets have displaced smartphones in the mobile channel itself. In a discussionRead More
To get past the hype, look at technology shipments to see which way the IT winds are blowing. Gartner, the technology research house, recently forecasted that shipments of PCs, ultramobiles, tablets, and mobile phones will increase 5.9% in 2013 to a combined total of 2.35 billion units. But there is a story withinRead More
Wouldn’t it be nice if your mobile banking app could eliminate, not create, work for you? I love remote deposit capture. I didn’t realize how much I disliked going to the bank or even just to an ATM to deposit checks until I had an alternative. And now I can’tRead More