GigaOM has been taking a look at a startup company Dynamics, which designs chips that can fit into a card which is the same size and thickness as a traditional credit or debit card.
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.
Spanish bank BBVA has unveiled an impressive new design for an ATM, which it is calling the future of self-service banking.
Visa has launched a new hi-tech card with a built-in screen and numeric keypad to help secure online transactions.
The Money Saving Blog has pictures of 5 ATMs that are sure to save you money, featuring some comedy cash machines.
Here are a few videos showing how the new tool allowing you to take card payments using your iPhone, Square, works.
The Independent has a rundown of some of the pros and cons of using contactless payment technology.
A recent poll of US & UK mobile phone users has concluded that mobile banking is now used by over a third of UK mobile phone users, and that mobile banking is now seen as (marginally) more preferred than banking on the phone.
A team from Cambridge University featured on BBC Newsnight has managed to find a flaw in the Chip & PIN system, and reckon that the whole thing needs redeveloping to make it safe.
Orange has teamed up with Barclaycard to produce a new contactless credit card which it claims can be used in over 20,000 stores across the UK.