In a UK first, Barclays is launching a service that lets people pay each other and small businesses using just their Twitter handle.
Brits will be able to make a donation to Comic Relief this year by tapping their contactless cards against statues of some of the country's best know comedians.
London tech firms attracted nearly $800 million from US investors last year, with the fintech sector at the fore, according to figures compiled for the city's mayor, Boris Johnson.
Barclays is to equip its roving army of Community Bankers with iPads capable of performing all banking operations previously confined to bricks and mortar branches.
Barclays’ Fast Growth Tech survey, which questioned owners and CEOs of UK tech firms1, has revealed that many of the industry’s bright lights are feeling confident about delivering a stellar year of growth in 2015.
The functionality of mobile banking apps developed by five of the UK's top banks has been criticised after they racked up so-so scores in user experience testing conducted by Adaptive Lab.
New York's Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is ratcheting up the pressure on Barclays Bank as he expands his lawsuit accusing the bank of fraud in the operation of its US dark pool.
Barclays bank has rolled out a system which enables mortgage brokers to take photos of paperwork for immediate upload to customer case files.
Barclays is launching an online and in-branch 'Code Playground' to help families of all ages acquire digital skills and knowledge.
Barclays has appointed Jonathan Moulds to the newly created role of Group Chief Operating Officer. Mr Moulds will join the Executive Committee of Barclays and report directly to the Group Chief Executive Antony Jenkins.
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