The technology that could eventually make your bus pass, bank card and coins obsolete is already here -- and it's on its way to your phone.
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Samsung is preparing to follow Apple into Europe's mobile payments market.
Prolonged IT problems that affected millions of customers of NatWest, Ulster Bank, and RBS have landed the bank with a massive penalty.
How banking tech messes with your mind.
Sweden's iZettle has gone live in the UK, aiming to give SMEs the ability to take card payments using just a mobile app and a reader that plugs into a phone or tablet.
Banks around the world are adopting technology to help customers dodge queues and free up tellers at the same time. Here's a glimpse of the machines that could be coming to Australia soon.
When it comes to spending money on tech, finance and IT directors agree on one thing – it's a great idea in theory. While both sets of directors agree that technology has a key role to play in determining the how competitive a company will be, when it comes to actually forking out for the tech, almost half of IT directors believe their bean-counting equivalents don't realise the need for future spending.
RBS customers are still waiting for payments to turn up, despite the technical problems being sorted.
Bill Gates is backing a plan to help the world's poor to get bank accounts on mobile phones.
Silicon.com sat down with SAS's CEO in Las Vegas this week to find out his thoughts on cloud computing, succession planning and the iPhone.