Less Fitbit, more Creditbit.
This Swiss bank vault full of coins won't make you the richest human in Duckberg, at least until you learn to swim in it.
Abe Lincoln has now been on Mars for 411 days, and he's looking a little dusty.
Paypal has just launched a new initiative called PayPal Galactic, with the goal of determining how business transactions in space should work.
Take a minute and think about the last few purchases you made. How many of them were paid for with a credit card or cash? By 2020, we'll all be reaching for a third option, a survey of experts is saying, using our phones by default. Are you willing to leave paper and plastic behind?
As we continue our search for exciting aliens (see: living ones), we should pause to appreciate the slightly more boring aliens that have already landed here on Earth: rocks from Mars.
It's a title that the company will most likely hold for only a brief time as the market rises and falls, but Cupertino's favorite fruit became the most valuable company in the world today. The previous corporation to claim that honor, oil giant Exxon Mobil, took a nose dive in the wake of fluctuations at Wall Street.
Calling all shopaholics. Finally, there is a wallet that can stop you from spending money you don't have. Some clever kids at MIT rigged three wallets with electronics parts that alert you in various ways about your spending habits.
Despite the sometimes stultifying effects of ubiquitous smartphones and myriad social widgets, advancing technology still offers a new sense of freedom for the disabled, a fact that makes the Credit Card for the Blind less of a mere concept, and more of an attainable reality.
PayPal has released an update for its iPhone/iPod Touch that's indicative of how we may handle cash in the near future (though not exclusively with Apple products or PayPal, mind you): you can now "bump" money from your PayPal account...