Digital Detox - Fighting tech with tech
How re-thinking our relationship with technology could be the best way to ‘digitally detox’. While cutting the cord for a while might be beneficial, could we use technology more intentionally?
Thrifty apps and tech for the New Year
Saving cash doesn’t have to seem like an impossible feat, thanks to the multitude of apps and websites dedicated to money management. Get the lowdown on some of them here…
How wearables can help keep your New Year’s resolutions
As 2017 gets underway, many consumers will be thinking about how they might banish their bad habits this year. Wearables are a useful sidekick in this endeavour.
Barclaycard’s guerrilla guide to Christmas shopping
Love it or hate it, the frantic Christmas shopping period is looming. To help prepare for the retail frenzy ahead, read our guerrilla guide to Christmas shopping.
Fintech trends that look set to take off in 2017
Discover the emerging fintech trends that look likely to shake up the way we pay and manage money in 2017.
Discover the new payment technologies coming to a smartphone, laptop and social network near you…
Integrated Payment Technologies make life easier for both businesses and consumers. Join us as we explore three game-changing innovations in the world of retail and eCommerce.
How do we solve the double trouble of fashion stashers and excess stock
New research today reveals that Brits are wasting £1,033 worth of wardrobe space through compulsively storing rarely worn clothes and accessories, otherwise known as ‘fashion-stashing’.
Five of 2016’s most innovative payment apps
With a growing number of ways to buy via smartphones, we’re spoilt for choice – here’s a rundown of five of the most innovative payment apps of 2016 so far.
Trick or treat? The unsettling side of technology
In the spirit of Halloween, we’ve taken a look at some of the latest technological innovations creeping up on us…
Is a cashless society inevitable?
How much longer cash has left as a pre-eminent payment method in the UK? It’s inevitable, people say, given the huge growth we’re seeing in digital, mobile and wearable forms of payment, that cash’s days are numbered. The answer isn’t that straightforward.