Mastercard have partnered with watchmaker LAKS to produce a watch that you can use to make contactless payments.
First Direct have come top of the JD Power 2011 UK retail banking satisfaction survey.
From January, Starbucks customers in the UK will be able to pay for their coffee by using an app on their iPhone.
“Your Money & How They Spend It” is a BBC TV programme which looks at how government collects and spends our taxes, and they’ve also put together a calculator to show how much tax you pay and what you get back in benefits and services.
AOL Money has posted some useful tips on how to get the best out of price comparison sites.
SellSimply is a simple way to buy, sell, donate and transact through your Twitter account.
There’s now no excuses for not paying back your mates, as PayPal have announced a new Facebook app, PayPal Send Money, which allows you to easily send your family and friends money.
We’ve taken a look at Pageonce, a web and app-based account aggregator with over 4 million users, which promises to help manage your money and bills.
The BBC reports that we may in the future be able to view our tax records online, if the Government’s attempts to make the tax system more transparent are followed through.
Our post on the Windows phone scam continues to get a lot of hits, suggesting that the scam is still around, and fraudsters are still trying to con PC users out of money for performing largely useless tasks on their computers.