DrnkPay is an app which promises to connect your credit and debit cards to a breathalyser or biosensor wearable to stop drunken spending.
Almost three in five British consumers say that not having to hand over physical cash, such as when making contactless payments, has led to them spending more at the tills, according to new research
£5.7billion was spent on unused technology in the UK during 2015, according to new research undertaken by a money saving website.
The UK Card Association has released figures showing that contactless spending reached £1 billion in a month for the first time last November.
Pennies, the spending and budgeting iPhone app we’ve shared a few times on Money Watch, has launched its latest version (v3), with a list of new features.
Personal finance manager MoneyDashboard has recently updated their Android and IOS apps to add new features.
According to OrSaveIt, the average person spends almost £3,000 each year on impulse purchases. So they’ve built an iPhone app they hope will encourage us to stop all the impulse spending.
Mint has launched a new tool which aggregates the spending data of its 4 million users, allowing you to get a breakdown of spending by city, category and retailer.
We’ve been searching high and low to find some of the most expensive Valentine’s Day ideas, for people who are lucky enough to have more money than sense.
Adam over at ManVsDebt has taken the extreme measure of publicly sharing all of his and his partner’s finances on his blog, including all of his spending, in an attempt to help him stick to a budget. How would your spending change if you had to show everyone where all your money went?