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Personal Banking Technology

Not only do many of us get cash from the ATM machine rather than waiting in line for a teller, we do all sorts of banking electronically. A new report says half of all Americans haven't set foot inside a bank branch in the last month. Between depositing checks via cell phone and paying bills online, technology has transformed our relationship with our money. Tech Tuesday considers the changing tools that allow customers to conduct their banking business on their own terms.

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