Google is rolling out the ability to send money as an email attachment through its Google Wallet service.
More than a year after bank transfer day, customer frustration with big banks and their fees seems to be fading, according to one new study.
A new prototype ATM allows users to withdraw money and send money to friends via smartphone.
A computer glitch at JPMorgan Chase & Co. temporarily disabled government benefit cards for millions. Could something similar happen to debit cards?
BofA is debuting a smartphone-based card-swiping platform similar to Square.
Natural disasters like superstorm Sandy make debit cards dicey, but mobile banking can offer victims access to banking services, even if branches are closed.
One in 5 Americans report being victimized by debit-card fraud in the last five years.
Free checking is on the decline and fees are rising at large banks, but that’s not as true at credit unions and small banks.
A new prepaid debit card helps keep rehabbing addicts from making purchases at places that could endanger their recovery.
Government officials in Argentina are now tracking debit card purchases, giving some credence to consumer worries over debit cards’ “paper trail.”