The future of digital wallets is uncertain and the earlier predictions of quick market adoption may have been proven wrong, according to some experts and credit unions using the technology.
This preview from our Aug. 21 print edition provides an in-depth update on the vagaries of the digital wallet market.
Mobile wallet venture announcement follows nine-month pilot in Salt Lake City and Austin.
Time to say goodbye to tap-and-pay? Some say yay. Others: Not so fast, but no need to move on it, either.
The time may be nigh when cyber hackers let loose on that weak link in mobile banking: the browser.
CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference serves as an annual rally cry for credit unions. Like a good coach, it pumps up the team, provides direction and does a little cheerleading minus the short skirts. Gathering all of the players is great for bolstering that cooperative team spirit to approach Capitol Hill...
Doubt has been swirling around the potential widespread use of near field communication, or NFC, a technology that links consumers’ mobile phones to merchants’ point-of-sale terminals, enabling instant mobile payments. Apple released the iPhone 5 without an NFC chip, leaving millions of consumers out of the NFC equation.
The aim of the GAC is political advocacy, but it should also reinvigorate credit union professionals with the cooperative nature of the industry.
Despite slow uptake and Google's low-touch service, search giant remains largest foe in digital wallet disintermediation threat.
Tracking the mobile banking revolution in credit unions with veteran technology writer Robert McGarvey.