16 September 2014

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ING adds voice controls to mobile app

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Holland's ING has become the first bank in Europe to add a voice control mode to its mobile app, enabling customers to issue commands by speaking.

American Express is inviting academics and non-profit groups dealing with financial inclusion to submit ideas for commercial testing at a new 'Financial Innovation Lab'.

French banking group Banque Populaire Caisse d'Epargne (BPCE) has teamed up with Twitter to let customers tweet money to each other.

UK mobile commerce joint venture Weve is abandoning plans to launch an NFC payments service because its telco owners failed to agree on an approach, according to the Telegraph.

Monitise has posted a 31% rise in full year revenue but the mobile money firm's Ebitda losses widened as it took a short term hit on a decision to overhaul its business model.

Nigerian police are on the hunt for an IT staffer at Skye Bank who hacked into the bank's systems and transferred $40 million to a raft of bogus accounts before going on the run.

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