Mary Wisniewski grew up on a dirt road in the suburbs of Detroit and currently lives in New York with one roommate, a record player and an espresso machine. She likes to write, read, travel, drink coffee and talk to strangers. She covers commerce, fashion, auto and startups.
Why credit unions are adding video capabilities into their ATM software.
Microsoft's new operating system and tablet officially launches today. ING Direct in Canada already has a tablet and desktop banking app for Windows 8; Bank of America and USAA are developing them.
Banks are offering the ability to manage card accounts by mobile device, providing a glide path to the digital wallet.
California Bank Crafts Own Credit Ratings for Low-I...
Mary Wisniewski explores her failed attempts to deposit a check through her smartphone and why digital deposit rejections matter.
The one thing you will learn from My Super Ex-Girlfriend is that even when compared with \...
Gamification is coming to programs that train debt collectors.
What would it take to make personal financial management apps more popular? Cash flow predictions and deeper spending insights, say many observers in this market, from entrepreneurs to analysts to ban...
Mobile text alerts are increasingly a part of a solid mobile banking customer experience. Industry analysts share best practices, common mistakes and occasional quirks occurring in delivering mobile alerts.
As DDoS attacks continue to cause online banking disruptions, experts share best practices on what to say to customers through social media sites.
What are some use cases for Google Glass at banks? Sean Sposito and Mary Wisniewski explore the possibilities.
USAA is giving its iPhone carrying members something to talk about.
The San Antonio company is adding voice recognition to its iPhone app in four states on March 5, followed by a full rollout to all m...
U.S. Bancorp released on Saturday a new mobile app designed for its prepaid customers.
Angling to better engage branch customers, First Victoria National Bank has started to film rapping tellers and singing customers and post the videos on its YouTube channel.
A love-struck groom has figured out what makes the woman he wants to
marry tick, but what about jewelers? Retailers who want to close the bridal deal and launch a lifelong relationship with their customer should get to know the bride.