A viral photo suggests that there are scammers using contactless card terminals to take payments from unsuspecting people.
A new jacket from British fashion brand Lyle & Scott has a “contactless payment cuff” which allows you to make payments with a swipe of your wrist.
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.
Whilst Camelot has had its application to use its ticket machines for contactless payments and other e-payment facilities turned down, an unlikely restaurant chain has become the first to embrace contactless technology.
The UK lottery operator Camelot has had an application to use its network of 28,000 ticket machines for e-payment facilities turned down.
It looks like the honeymoon is over for iPhone-credit-card-payment-thingy Square, which has admitted that it needs a bit of a strategy rethink.
A new app has been launched which allows you to make small payments to your Facebook friends.