Who's Winning the Race for Your Wallet?

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  • A joint venture of AT&T (NYS: T) , T-Mobile, and Verizon (NYS: VZ) known as Isis, got a boost in the race to mobile payments after signing three major banks, including Capital One Financial (NYS: COF) . Payments processor Visa (NYS: V) is launching a digital wallet of its own that will let users make online payments without typing in credit card numbers.   
  • Mobile phone maker Nokia (NYS: NOK) unveiled six new model phones yesterday at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona, Spain.

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