Wells Fargo is upgrading all of its 13,000 ATMs to enable customers to use a smartphone instead of a debit card to withdraw money from their checking or savings account.
The country’s largest retailer this week rolled out its mobile payments service nationally, allowing any customer with a smartphone to pay at checkout without using a physical credit or debit card.
Mobile devices are no longer safe from being hacked. And using a smartphone for workplace related tasks could be putting you, and your company, at risk.
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The wireless carrier now allows its customers to earn free data by shopping, taking surveys and downloading apps through its Data Perks service.
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