caption Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon speaks at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit. source Getty Images Goldman Sachs stepped into the consumer banking in 2016, and last year it acquired Clarity Money, a personal finance app. Now it’s stepping up its efforts. Last week, it was reported that Goldman Sachs is partnering with Apple to launch a new credit … [Read more...] about Goldman Sachs is reportedly partnering with Apple to launch a new credit card paired with fresh iPhone features. Here’s what that could look like.
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Caroline Lupini, provided by Published 2:08 pm PST, Tuesday, January 8, 2019 TheInsider Picksteam writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Tally If you have a collection of credit cards for the benefits, but are concerned with the burden of managing multiple cards, … [Read more...] about An app called Tally wants to help you manage your credit card debt and make it easier to save money
By Andrew O'Hara Wednesday, August 29, 2018, 11:55 am PT (02:55 pm ET) Square has updated their free magstripe card reader with a Lightning connector to finally work on the latest iPhone's without using an adapter. Now both a Lightning and 3.5mm audio jack version are available to merchants. After Apple abandoned the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, more people … [Read more...] about Square adds Lightning connector to free credit card reader
While there have been many attempts on Google's part to launch one, there is one thing that Android has always lacked: a true messaging competitor to Apple's iMessage. That could all be set to change as Google is preparing for a large-scale rollout of the RCS (Rich Communication Services) messaging platform that will add a raft of new features to messaging on Android. But … [Read more...] about What is RCS messaging? The new texting service to take over Android phones explained
The makers of the programmable Fuze smart card say it's powerful enough to be your wallet in one card yet secure enough to be used the same way as traditional payment cards—including trusting it to restaurant servers when paying the bill. But it turns out that convenience comes with a major catch. A flaw makes it possible for anyone with even brief physical control of the … [Read more...] about Whatever you do, don’t give this programmable payment card to your waiter