US banking giant Chase is pulling its Windows mobile app at the end of the month because of a lack of users, telling customers to access their accounts via their browsers.
More than 11% of Android banking and finance-related apps contain malware or suspicious binaries, according to research from RiskIQ.
Cancer Research UK has installed contactless payments technology in shop windows, enabling passersby to tap their cards to make donations.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is hosting an open day for IT professionals as it prepares to embark on a hiring spree that will see it add 200 technology jobs over the next three years.
Thieves in Manchester have been recycling redundant iPod nano devices to snap photos of consumers entering their PINs at an ATM machine in a somewhat crude take on traditional skimming fraud.
Amazon has pulled the plug on its mobile wallet app following a disappointing six-month trial run.
The US Supreme Court has rejected a challenge from retailers to the Federal Reserve's rules on interchange fees.
America's credit union regulator has agreed to pay up to $50,000 to cover costs associated with a data breach that saw it lose a thumb drive handed over to one of its examiners by Palm Springs Credit Union.
Three major financial institutions have contributed to a record-breaking $75 million investment round in bitcoin startup Coinbase.
The British Bankers Association and the Payments Council have called for the Government to take a 'light touch' to regulation of the underlying bitcoin blockchain technology, which they say has the potential to fundamentally change the way financial assets are transferred.
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