These cards could speed up how we shop and commute every day.
Here's how different digital credit cards stack up.
You'll be able to pay for single rides by holding your iPhone or Apple Watch near turnstiles for certain New York subway lines and buses. Google Pay and Samsung Pay users will be able to tap-to-ride, too.
Crying foul over potential discrimination, state and local governments are cracking down.
Digital cash from PayPal, Mastercard and cryptocurrency startups has the potential to break the cycle of poverty.
New to managing money? Apps and tools like Mint, Toshl Finance and YNAB can help you save for what’s important.
Amazon, Mastercard and others are developing new ways for you to spend, including cashierless stores and scanning the veins in your thumb.
Digital cash has the potential to help us save more, manage our money and even break the cycle of poverty for the world's poor. It's not without risks.