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After six years of upgrading and overhauling its core banking system, the Commonwealth Bank is in a position to deliver a steady stream of new products and services to customers, CEO Ian Narev has said.
The banking software provider will offer a software-as-a-service option to Asia-Pacific finance sector customers.
French bank Groupe BPCE has announced that it will allow its customers to transfer money using tweets, signalling a move into new potential revenue streams for Twitter.
New York officials say that developers working with digital currency will not need to obtain a license in the state -- but who will?
Bradesco bank will pick 10 ideas that can be implemented to its product and service portfolio
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According to security experts, the cryptocurrency community needs to grow up in order to thrive -- and become more like the establishment it originally tried to break away from.
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National Australia Bank has flagged a slide in its full-year earnings of up to 14 percent after taking a more than AU$1 billion hit to its books.
Bank of Queensland has again chosen HP to take care of its IT services, inking a five-year contract that the bank expects will underpin its strategic transformation agenda.
ANZ is set to leverage IBM's cognitive computing platform Watson in a bid to improve its financial advice process, and extend the service to hundreds of financial planners around Australia.
Kaspersky reports that Backdoor.MSIL.Tyupkin, mostly found in Russia, allows attackers to dispense cash using the keypad and special codes.
Bitcoin usually gets slapped with a 'high risk' label, but a Swedish economist reckons it could actually have a stablising effect under some circumstances.
The JPMorgan breach is being called the worst known compromise in history. ZDNet has learned that the damage is likely much worse than previously thought. UPDATED.
Eftpos has replaced a network of complex bilateral links between banks and merchants with a centralised payment hub.