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The Commonwealth Bank has begun customer tests of a version of its mobile app designed for Android smart watches. The CBA has revealed it also has an Apple Watch app under development.
The New South Wales police has charged a second former Commonwealth Bank IT executive for allegedly receiving fraudulent payments.
A Samsung Galaxy S4 is no longer required to tap and pay using the Commonwealth Bank mobile app for Android.
Leading on technology is a “life-and-death matter” for Commonwealth Bank, according to CEO Ian Narev.
Westpac Australia has announced plans to launch its own cardless ATM service in July 2014 following CBA’s launch earlier this week.
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