Back in February of this year (it’s still 2010 as I write this), we posted about a BBC Newsnight report that showed how a team of researchers from Cambridge University had managed to find a flaw in the Chip & PIN system.
The most popular UK finance sites in November 2010, courtesy of data from Google.
The top finance sites worldwide in November 2010, according to Google.
We’ve talked a lot about mobile phones replacing our wallets, but perhaps it’s not the end of the line for the humble leather money-holder.
More on Google’s new service to email you the latest credit card rates, taken from their “comparison ads” which appear when searching for certain terms.
A recent research report has concluded that by analysing Twitter, it could predict the closing price of the Dow Jones index with pretty impressive accuracy. Now this research is going to be put to the test will real money.
Mashable has the details of a new bank branch launched by Citibank in Union Square, New York, dubbed the “bank of the future”.
Google is risking treading on more of its advertisers toes by offering email alerts to let you know of changes in credit card rates.
Google has acquired a very small, barely up and running startup company that had some interesting patents in mobile payments.
This is a little off topic, but there are some interesting predictions for 2011 from the New York Times, 80 years ago.