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Nov 07, 2017
Japanese company FutureModel to release NichePhone-S phone with 6.5 mm thickness and Android 4.2 for about $ 95The shape of the NichePhone-S is quite similar to a small calculator and it has a classic T9 input as seen on the likes of the Nokia 3310.
Oct 26, 2017
Uber and Barclays are teaming up to offer a 'reward-enriched credit card' in the United StatesUber and bank officials said on Wednesday the card will be free and offer a $100 starting bonus, plus an annual $50 credit on digital subscription services.
Oct 24, 2017
'Pay with Google' goes live; lets you skip those lengthy online checkout formsThe Pay with Google feature is available for Android users and ensures that your online payment and buying experience is fast, secure and hassle-free.
Oct 20, 2017
Credit card applications and purchases likely to be authenticated by selfies in the futureThe announcement comes at a time when personal information on 145.5 million Americans was recently accessed or stolen from the credit bureau Equifax.
Oct 01, 2017
Bankers concerned over consumer reactions to Equifax hack; fear hit to credit card businessesUS lenders are concerned their consumer loan and credit card businesses could be stymied if most people freeze their credit reports post-Equifax hack.
Sep 25, 2017
Are you finding it difficult to pay for new purchases? Don’t worry. The American Express Credit Card is making sure that you are future ready.Array
Sep 21, 2017
UP loan waiver gaffe: Yogi Adityanath govt terms goof up a 'typo'; banks say technical error in schemeNearly 4,814 farmers of the total 11,93,224 beneficiaries of Krishi Wrin Mochan Yojana have received loan waiver certificates ranging from Rs one to Rs 100.
Sep 18, 2017
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders begin in India; get a free wireless charger and moreThose pre-booking the Note 8 on Amazon can avail exciting offers like Rs 4,000 cashback using HDFC Credit Cards.
Sep 09, 2017
Lawsuit seeking up to $70 billion filed against the US firm Equifax after hack exposes customer dataA Democratic Senator has called for a probe while a class-action lawsuit seeking up to $70 billion in damages has been filed against Equifax.
Sep 09, 2017
Russian lawmaker's son accused of stealing personal information in $50 million online scamRoman Seleznev has pleaded guilty in two criminal cases stemming from a probe into a $50 million online identity theft scheme.