Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly changing the way we live and work, and the financial industry is no exception.
Up until a few years ago, dashcams only seemed to be the preserve of footage from foreign car crashes. But there’s a growing number of them appearing in UK cars, and you may now be able to save money on your car insurance by installing your own dashcam.
The MotionCode card, with an ever-changing CCV number, which it hopes will help to combat card fraud.
The Pennies Budgeting app, which we looked at previously when it was released for the iPhone, has now launched on Apple’s latest gadget, the Apple Watch.
Financial technology startup companies are in with the chance of winning funding of Â£35,000 thanks to a new competition.
We’ve posted before about the large number of companies who will give you money for your old mobile, but what about those old desktop PCs and laptops that are beginning to build up around your home, what can you do to get cash for these?
Mastercard have partnered with watchmaker LAKS to produce a watch that you can use to make contactless payments.
Take a look at this innovative app for Spanish bank Bankinter, which uses an iPhone to scan your iris, verifying your identity in order to access your bank account.
Following 18 months of testing in the US, Europe and Asia, Visa has made its “In2Pay” smartphone mobile payment chip commercially available to financial institutions.
According to recent research, over half of our wireless networks are susceptible to hacking, which could lead to leaking your bank account login details amongst other nasty outcomes. So how can you protect your network?