Mobile technology

A remittance fintech aims to be first of its kind to offer banking


Pangea says it is developing a digital account after customers complained that the bank relationship they had wasn't "for them."


U.S. Bank launches app to take pain out of filing expenses


Expense Wizard uses AI to make it easier to file expense reports, especially for infrequent travelers.


What works, what doesn't in mobile banking apps


Mariel Beasley, co-director of Duke University’s Common Cents Lab, who studies consumers’ financial behavior, says savings "nudges" in apps often fall flat. Here's why.


Will telecoms' tighter data sharing cripple banks' fraud detection efforts?


Many banks rely on the location data they get from carriers through data aggregators to spot fraudulent transactions. With telecom companies shutting that source down, banks are worried it could significantly hurt their capacity to detect fraud.


Bank of America aims to be ‘mission control’ for digital banking customers


David Tyrie, the bank’s new head of digital banking, shares plans to offer customers constant course corrections and its new Life Plan product, and the latest on the virtual assistant Erica.


T-Mobile, BankMobile roll out their banking app nationwide


The move is an extension of a pilot project begun in the fall. T-Mobile says it sought to give customers a better deal on digital banking and stand out from its rivals.


Insights — including Dimon’s sour take on mortgages — from JPMorgan’s 1Q


JPMorgan Chase's banner quarter didn't stop executives from warning that the pause in rate hikes could crimp profits, or from hinting that the bank might downsize its mammoth mortgage operation.


How Miami's smaller banks are protecting their turf


Lenders in South Florida are making tech upgrades and building scale to contend with bigger banks squeezing the market.


German-based Challenger bank N26 still 'on track' for 2019 U.S. launch


As N26 schedules its launch for midyear, it will face off against other startups and mobile-only spinoffs from incumbent financial institutions.


What banks can swipe from Google's video-game playbook


The internet giant's planned gaming service may create an omnichannel model for banks to emulate.