Thursday, 31 May 2012

Will your phone ever realistically replace your wallet?

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TechRepublic Member | May 31, 2012

Will your phone ever realistically replace your wallet?

Patrick Gray is hesitant to jump on the mobile payments system bandwagon until some of the current problems have been resolved. Do you think a wallet-less future is possible? Read more

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