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Mobile banking: risks


Mobile banking, which includes contactless payments, financial transfers and account monitoring, all via mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers, will be considered in greater depth by the FCA in the full review to be published in the first half of 2014.


Marketing via social media channels can have counterproductive effect on consumers


International research conducted by global communication experts Pitney Bowes, has explored the changing attitudes towards social media over the past two years.


British athletes set to benefit from cutting edge technology


It was announced yesterday (Thursday) that BAE Systems will continue to act as UK Sport’s Official Research and Innovation Partner on the ‘Road to Rio’.


Opinion: Is innovation killing jobs?


Technology is not always a good thing, it depends. Technology can kill jobs. As a result, fewer jobs may mean less demand, which may lead to less output. Innovation can lead to recession.


Is hybrid cloud really the future for businesses?


A new study by Rackspace Hosting suggests that while the public cloud remains important to IT decision-makers at UK and US enterprises involved in the research, the limitations of using this type of platform as a one-size-fits-all solution are becoming more apparent.


Smartphone sales exceed feature phone sales


Worldwide mobile phone sales to end users totaled 435 million units in the second quarter of 2013, an increase of 3.6 percent from the same period last year, according to Gartner, Inc.


Internet users need 31 hours a year to read online privacy policies


New research from Deloitte has found it would take British internet users 31 hours to wade through the privacy policies of all the websites they visited in a year.


Technology companies neglecting billions in potential revenue


ServiceSource, the global leader in recurring revenue management, has announced key findings from its first annual Global Recurring Revenue Index.


IT managers see security as barrier to cloud adoption


Independent IT security service provider SecureData, has announced the findings of new independent research which found that 78% of IT managers felt a lack of trust in security was the biggest barrier to the adoption of cloud technologies.


Where will next disruptive technology breakthrough happen?


Technology executives worldwide believe that the United States is the country most likely to come up with the next ‘disruptive technology breakthrough’ that will have a global impact in the next four years, according to the latest Global Technology Innovation survey by advisory firm KPMG.


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