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Google Expected to Win Mobile Wallet Wars, Study Finds
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FritzNelson
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2/7/2013 | 1:39:01 AM
re: Google Expected to Win Mobile Wallet Wars, Study Finds
I think Greg identified the next big disruptor. Apple just simply cannot come out with a phone without NFC, can they? And if they do, and they go on stage with a bunch of big retailers, and add to their PassPort portfolio, I think the momentum toward digital wallets accelerates. But I also think the banks are going to swing back around and take the whole thing back over.
Cara Latham
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2/1/2013 | 4:20:37 PM
re: Google Expected to Win Mobile Wallet Wars, Study Finds
I agree. As you pointed out, mobile payments will evolve and improve. Various companies are always making improvements on the products that come before them, so I don't think there will be one winner. And if there is, it might be temporary until the next big thing comes along.
Yaldez4FSI
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1/30/2013 | 6:09:02 PM
re: Google Expected to Win Mobile Wallet Wars, Study Finds
Greg, I agree. Mobile payments are just starting.- We are still in the experimenting cycle. I would say that Google is the current leader based on this report.- There is still room for disruption, and for evolution.
Greg MacSweeney
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1/30/2013 | 5:56:26 PM
re: Google Expected to Win Mobile Wallet Wars, Study Finds
The mobile wallet race is far from over. And I don't think Google is the winner by any means. In fact, the most formidable competitor in the mobile wallet race hasn't even started yet: Apple.


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