This week sees the release of a stylish new budgeting app for iPhone.
The government is on the verge of agreeing to allow cheque deposits to be made by photo, letting you submit cheques by phone or email.
The following infographic from Mobile Payments Today and Cellum takes a look at how mobile payments are currently being used and how they may change over the next few years.
NatWest has developed a microsite which allows you to send personalised IOU reminders to friends who owe you money.
There have been quite a few high profile cases of online banking going wrong over the last year, including the problems faced by RBS & Natwest and more recently Nationwide.
Marks & Spencer is to start trialling its own mobile payment app which to begin with will allow customers to choose and pay for items in select M&S coffee shops.
Barclaycard has announced the launch of their “PayWag” mobile payments system for dogs.
Birmingham-based technology business Droplet marked its London launch in style by announcing it has sealed the backing of two major retailers.
Droplet is an app that allows you to load money onto your iPhone (an Android version is in the pipeline), and send money to your friends for free, or to pay for items in shops that accept it.