Wells Fargo is reorganizing some of its research departments to focus more on emerging technologies, including mobile payments and AI tech.
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Chase Bank is giving its users more control over how their information is used thanks to a new partnership with Intuit, the tech company behind popular financial mobile applications such as Mint.
Mobile has disrupted many industries, providing new ways of interaction and a seamless transition between online and offline, but perhaps no area needs mobile to connect its various parts as much as banking.
While more than 90 percent of millennials use mobile banking more than any other mobile service, including shopping, three quarters are not satisfied with their overall experience, according to a new a report.
U.S. Bank is using mobile geolocation to address a commonly experienced inefficiency with the advent of online fraud protection: banks blocking non-fraudulent transactions due to assumptions about normal buying patterns.
Mastercard’s digital payment service Masterpass is expanding its global coverage and highlighting its many features designed to give users comprehensive financial control in their smartphones.
Following a successful trial of voice security technology, Barclays is now rolling it out to all customers, enabling them to avoid passwords for added convenience.
Bank of America’s redesigned mobile application now includes Spanish language capabilities as well as the ability to redeem BankAmericard Cash Rewards for travel points or cash-back offers without leaving the app.
First National Bank of Pennsylvania is optimizing its banking services for mobile with a new application that allows clients to receive push notifications regarding account activity and approve time-sensitive fund transfers for their organizations.
Financial services brand USAA has rolled out a new feature within its mobile application enabling consumers to leverage voice commands to complete tasks such as depositing a check and transferring funds, a tool that will be beneficial for visually impaired users.