A few months ago we reported on Barclays announcing changes to their internet and mobile banking login process, and today they’ve confirmed some of the improvements they’re making, and when they’ll be available.
Google has updated its Shopper app for the iPhone to add nearby deals and offers.
Transport For London state that it will offer a refund if your underground train is delayed by more than 15 minutes. Of course, most people don’t bother to claim because of the hassle, and that’s where the new TubeTap app comes in.
If you own an iPhone or iPad without an unlimited data package then you no doubt worry about incurring extra charges for going over your monthly data limits.
Internet bank first direct has launched a new Facebook page (facebook.com/firstdirect), continuing its trend for engaging with customers and prospects on the popular social networks.
Banks are not doing enough to make their branches welcoming and are failing to effectively inform their customers of products and services, according to a study.
The Natwest iPad app has just been released thanks to an update to their popular iPhone app.
Here’s an infographic showing the growth of mobile payments and the main contenders in the US mobile payment market, along with an explanation of how NFC technology works.