Security is still top concern for smartphone users regarding mobile banking payments.
A Federal Reserve study finds a rising use of mobile phones and smartphones for mobile banking financial services.
BofA is debuting a smartphone-based card-swiping platform similar to Square.
The majority of account holders are afraid of the potential security issues of mobile banking. Find out if their fears are justified.
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A survey finds mobile banking poised for growth, though consumers remain skeptical of benefits and are concerned about security.
As banks work to deliver new tools for account holders, a survey shows that the future of mobile banking may be bigger than a smartphone. In a survey conducted by Oracle Communications, more than 3,000 mobile users indicated there is a very bright future for tablet computers. The majority of people have jumped on the
Your cellphone or your wallet? That’s a question credit card giant MasterCard Worldwide tried to answer in a recent survey of consumers’ attitudes toward using their cellphone to make payments for goods and services. The survey found that 62 percent of respondents who use a mobile phone said they’d be open to the idea of