Mashable have been talking to BankSimple founder Alex Payne to get a better idea of how his company intends to shake up the world of banking.
I really want to like Metro Bank, I do. But despite all of the hype around the launch, there are a few things I don’t like about the new bank.
So by now, the first new bank on the UK high street in many years should be open, as Metro Bank opens its first branch.
Mobile coupon usage looks set to explode too, with the two biggest players on the internet – Google & Facebook – strongly backing QR codes.
US bank Citigroup has admitted that it has a security flaw in its iPhone app and is urging its users to upgrade to the latest version.
People in the 18 to 25 year old age group are the most likely to use mobile financial services, and are also the most likely to move their accounts in order to get mobile services.
According to KPMG’s fourth global Consumers and Convergence report, consumers are becoming increasingly comfortable using their mobile phones to manage financial services.
Mobile phone recycling websites have made generating a bit of cash a little too simple for mobile phone thieves.
TechCrunch has the news that Betable, a site where users can bet on anything, has secured $3million in venture capital to progress its efforts to become a “Twitter for gambling”.
BillMonitor is a new online service that promises to compare UK mobile phone deals and show you the best contract for your mobile phone usage.