Beware the ides of Google, and while Isis is no gift from the gods, Bluebird just may prove to be a vulture.
LAS VEGAS — "It has to be secure." "It has to be easy to use." "It has to be exciting."
Isis, the mobile payments joint venture formed by AT&T, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile has launched its pilot in Austin, Texas and Salt Lake City.
In his latest column, technology writer Robert McGarvey says lack of wave-and-pay in iPhone 5 a blow but there are a lot of other players.
Mobile wallets are coming – that is a certainty, some experts say. But just about everything else around this issue remains uncertain as credit unions, banks, and merchants scramble to attempt to keep pace with a fast evolving marketplace.
Near-field communications panelists watching Isis pilots, says wave-and-pay technology awaiting consumers, security rules.
What’s your wallet made of – leather, or bits and bytes? At CUNA’s recent Government Affairs Conference held in Washington that was a key question raised among those close to the evolution of payment transactions.
Mobility Matters is by veteran tech reporter Robert McGarvey. This week's topics include the credit union difference on RDC fees and an NFC update.
Low rates and a 60% tenant boost from healthcare companies helped a Florida commercial space shared by Tropical Financial Credit Union grow in 2011.
Digital wallet mavens were abuzz Tuesday after Verizon Wireless told Google to delete its Wallet from a new Google Nexus smartphone.