Scrap what we said the other day about Kublax possibly being able to continue, an email sent to users today confirms they’ve gone out of business.
Google has made its first official steps into the UK financial comparison market with the launch of a tool to compare credit card rates.
A new deal website has launched aiming to give massive discounts on a range of items, provided enough people agree to take up the deal.
Vouchercloud is one of the more impressive and slickest apps I’ve downloaded for my iPhone so far, as it solves a problem I normally find with discount vouchers – finding relevant, valid voucher codes is often a frustrating and time-wasting process.
There have been some interesting stories around in the last few days looking at whether your social networking could be used by insurers or banks to build a better profile of their customers and to use that info for either marketing, or more interestingly, to approve or disapprove you for certain products.
If you’ve ever upgraded from an old, out-of-date PC, chances are you’ve either given it away or taken it to a local tip or perhaps even binned it. Have you ever thought about the amount of sensitive data that could still be lurking on there?
Google is launching its very own mobile price comparison shopping app for the Android mobile platform.
It would appear that the stories of Kublax’s demise were greatly exaggerated, as they’ve today announced that they are to continue trading thanks to an injection of cash from SimplyFinance.
Money4Gold have had one of their lovely adverts criticised by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA), who have asked them to change it before it can be shown again.
Account aggregator Kublax has gone into administration after failing to find funding to develop their site.