What Is The Best Back-to-School Computer?

4:12 pm, August 11, 2014

It's under $300 on Amazon. Welcome to a sigh of relief.


Apple iPad Fad Is Over

9:29 am, August 11, 2014

Buried in Apple's recent quarterly earnings report is what some observers are calling the obituary for the iPad.


What the Big Russian Credentials Breach Means to You

8:40 am, August 11, 2014

The news that a Russian gang stole an estimated one billion username/password combinations may hit closer to home than you realize.

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We're Not Even Using PayPal: Only 7% Use Digital Wallets Daily

9:30 am, August 04, 2014

Mobile wallets have made a big splash in recent years, but a study shows there may be more discussion going on than actual use.


Does Snapchat Have an Inflated Sense of Its Size?

4:25 pm, July 21, 2014

Blunt question: does Snapchat - the Venice Beach messaging app that lets users distribute self destructing content (think sexting) - have a second act in mobile payments?


Snapchat Flashes onto Digital Wallet Scene

8:34 am, July 18, 2014

Snapchat makes moves to monetize by filing for two payments-related trademarks with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.


Millennial Sharing Behind Trend to Text for Customer Service

1:52 pm, July 15, 2014

The Millennial drive to share is at the crux of the emerging trend to use texting for customer service.


Isis No More: The Mobile Wallet Name Change

5:04 pm, July 08, 2014

The mobile carrier owned Isis mobile wallet is no more. Long live Isis...but the name will change for an unexpected reason.


Cramming Crackdown in the Wake of T-Mobile Scandal

5:43 pm, July 07, 2014

On Monday the Federal Trade Commission expanded its enforcement of the "cramming" issue against two defendants who operated a text scam and robocall ring.


47% of Americans Couldn't Survive Without Their Cell Phones: Can Banks Capitalize On This?

3:29 pm, July 07, 2014

Americans are tethered to their cell phones in ways that are both profound and mundane.

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