Mobility Matters is a new, online-only column from veteran tech reporter Robert McGarvey. This week's topics: Fast adoption, tablet apps, malware threats, credit swipes.
Javelin researcher says "many credit unions still do not offer mobile banking apps and that is what users want."
Google, Visa, MasterCard, Sprint, and even Pentagon Federal Credit Union. The list of early proponents of innovative near field communication tap and pay mobile technology keeps growing. But that brings two questions into sharp focus.
New mobile banking apps for iPhones and Androids were downloaded more than 2,500 times in the four weeks after they were launched by the $1.1 billion Meriwest Credit Union in San Jose, Calif.
Trusteer security team leader says Google leaving mobile platform vulnerable to intruders.
As a journalist, I usually don’t dive into a new job as an expert on the subject matter I’m asked to report on. Instead, I become one, by reading articles and interviewing experts, whether the topic is technology or fashion. This job is no different. I went into it with...
Michigan First Credit Union has joined the growing Young & Free family.
iPhone mobile banking apps and a personal financial management solution are new offerings from the $1.8 billion Service Credit Union in Portsmouth, N.H.
They weren’t mobile banking apps, but Google’s removal of a reported more than 50 infected applications from its Android Market might be a sign of things to come.
Michigan First Credit Union has joined Currency Marketing's Young & Free program, a financial management campaign designed to engage 18-to-25-year-olds.