MOBILE, Ala. - ATM machines are getting a facelift. Some of the nations biggest banks are investing in new ATM technology, hoping to reduce costs and keep customers coming back.
The new ATM's will have features like video chatting with a live teller, getting change, or paying your credit card bill. After swiping a debit or credit card, a driver's license or photo i-d, a live teller pops up on the screen to assist the user.
The machines will be able to perform about 80% of the services a traditional teller can. They'll also be open longer than traditional bank branches.
A new IOS app called "PromiseUp " is intended to help people keep their promises, by making you more accountable for the things you say and do. New users are given 1,000 virtual UP dollars. Those dollars can be used to wager against promises they make.
Anytime a promise is fulfilled on time, you win the virtual dollar amount you wagered. You can then use those virtual dollars in the app's "UP Shop " to purchase real items, like cool t-shirts.
Have you ever gotten your cell phone bill and been completely shocked by the extra charges? Well, that's about to end. Cell phone companies will now have to send you 4 types of alerts when you face extra charges. 30 million people say they have been surprised by extra fees.
Those alerts could help take away any frustration caused by extra fees when you open your cell phone bill. That's your Daily Tech.
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