The US government has made agreements with Facebook and Microsoft to release some information about the number of...
Business Technology’s US ‘blogger Keil Hubert is back in Europe this month. Today: getting the customer service run-around from the airline industry.
It’s easy to reach the wrong target when the entire world is interconnected. Keil Hubert suggests that we sometimes have a moral duty to respond to random strangers.
Social media access gives normal people great power to sound off about problems. Keil Hubert suggests that this can backfire depending on how one defines a ‘problem’.
Why millions of you support our move to faster payments for everyone
M-Pesa: The new act of banking in Africa A system of mobile payments which helps some of the poorest people in the world is expanding to new countries.
Contactless payment is a hit in M&S stores Last month Marks and Spencer completed the roll-out of its Near Field Communications (NFC) payment system to 644 of its UK stores, and claims it is processing more than 230,000 contactless transactions every week.
Dave Baxter discovers more about digital payments – from chip and PIN to virtual currencies – and how they’ll develop in the future
Dave Baxter on ways to access your money that could be more secure than passwords.
Looking surprisingly well kept in some smart jeans and a jumper, Mark Boyle sniggers through a mouthful of food.
We’re huge fans of the ‘Horrible Histories’ books, my family. Discovered them by accident on our first trip to London during a museum tour.