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November is card fraudsters' favourite month
As November approaches, data science company Feedzai is warning that the month is the fraudsters' favourite, when both card-present and card-not-present crime spike. Feedzai has analysed data...
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CurrentC, an Apple Pay Rival, Gets Hit by Hackers
CurrentC, the retailer-backed mobile-payment system touted as an alternative to Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s platform, was hacked during a test of the technology, resulting in some e-mail addresses being...
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Retail giants Target and Rite Aid ban Apple Pay a...
US drugstore chain Rite Aid Corp will ban Apple Inc’s new electronic payments service in its 4,572 stores as it commits to joining a consortium of other large retailers developing a rival payments...
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Skip Waiting in Long Food Lines With New Apps
Tired of waiting in line for a cup of coffee? In a rush to grab lunch? New apps are helping consumers skip the lines by pre-ordering coffee, drinks and meals. Restaurant chains, start-up companies...
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Pioneer drops Southwestern in double OT
Class AA Orchard Park 35, Clarence 19: Billy Meyers had four TDs, including an 80-yard run on the first play from scrimmage. He totaled 194 yards on the ground and 47 receiving as the Quakers moved...
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Your phone is your next credit card
... -- You already have your next credit card. It's sitting in your front pocket. People have possessed the ability to spend and send money with their smartphones for years, but mobile payments...
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