Wells Fargo ups third-party fintech data-sharing capabilities

  • Wells Fargo will enable customers to share financial data with third parties via Envestnet | Yodlee’s platform.
  • This move will help the bank take advantage of pandemic-driven use of financial wellness apps.
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Customers of the major bank will be able to share their financial data via an API with over 1,400 third-party financial applications that use the Envestnet | Yodlee Financial Data Aggregation Platform.

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Wells Fargo ups third-party fintech data-sharing capabilities.


Going forward, Wells Fargo intends to offer clients more fine-grained control over how they share their financial data by allowing them to toggle data sharing on and off and manage what data is shared with Envestnet | Yodlee-supported apps within Wells Fargo’s digital Control Tower feature. The bank plans to start launching the

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This ‘gaming UPS’ has customizable RGB lighting because of course it does

It had to happen, and it did—a battery backup designed specifically with gamers in mind, or what hardware makers think gamers are all about. That’s to say, Schneider Electric’s new APC Back-UPS Pro Gaming UPS delivers electrical impulses to help with overclocking your GPU, to achieve faster framerates in games! No wait, that would be silly. What I meant to say is, it has (*checks notes*) a dozen RGB LEDs that you can customize.

To be fair, I wouldn’t want an uninterruptible power supply that offers to zap my PC. That’s not what they do. UPS units are intended to protect PCs and other electronics from sudden surges in electricity (the good ones do, anyway), and of course provide some emergency power if the electricity goes out for any reason, like if someone crashes into a utility pole outside your home and knocks it down, along with the power on

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APC targets gamers with its Back-UPS Pro Gaming UPS

Whether you game on an Xbox, a Playstation, or a PC, nothing is more irritating than getting knocked out of a game by an electrical blackout. At best, you’ll get penalized for quitting a multiplayer game. At worst, you’ll see smoke rising from your gear because it got fried from a power surge when the electricity came roaring back.

APC, a division of Schneider Electric and one of the bigger names in uninterruptible power supplies, has announced a brand-new unit aimed squarely at gamers. Not familiar with the concept of a UPS? You can take a deep dive in our product guide here, but at a 5,000-foot level, it’s essentially a very big battery that will supply back-up power in the event of a blackout. The idea is to provide your equipment—including your broadband gateway and router—enough time to shut down gracefully, and give you a few minutes to save

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