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PayPal casts doubt on NFC mobile payments systems

Paypal

Google and others are using Nearfield Communication technology for contactless payment, which involves replacing credit cards with smartphones which can be held near a reader at the checkout however eBay owned PayPal is skeptical.  [..more]

 

Twitter sells old tweets to Datashift

Twitter

Businesses around the world can pay a fee to access all of the tweets written on Twitter going back two years to January 2010.  [..more]

 

Yahoo threatens Facebook over social media patents

Yahoo

Yahoo has demanded licensing fees from Facebook for use of its technology, potentially resulting in the patent battles and lawsuits currently raging across much of the hi-tech sector.  [..more]

 

Whitbread to create 10,000 jobs in next three years

Whitbread

The UK’s largest hotel and restaurant group has announced that it will create thousands of jobs after positive sales growth. [..more]

 

Eli Lilly to create 200 Kinsale jobs

Eli Lilly Logo

Pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly has announced an investment of €330m at a new plant in Kinsale in Co Cork, Ireland. [..more]

 

Co-op to cut up to 300 jobs

Co-op to cut up to 300 jobs

The Co-operative Group is to cut between 200 to 300 head office jobs following a review of its food operation. [..more]

 

Orange Quick Tap, contactless paying scheme offers treats

Orange Quick Tap, contactless paying scheme offers treats

Mobile users of the Quick Tap initiative, the contactless way of paying for goods under £15, are being enticed with a new rewards scheme to promote the new payment technology. [..more]

 

Number of older people working unpaid hours increases

Number of older people working unpaid hours increases

The number of people over 50 working unpaid overtime rose to 660,000 in 2011, from 250,000 in 2001, according to new survey from the TUC. [..more]

 

Councils open access to social media websites

Councils open access to social media websites

Most councils allow employees to access social media compared with only a third two years ago according to a recent research by Socitm. [..more]

 

Mobile payment service Boku launches NFC phone payments with Mastercard

Mobile payment service Boku launches NFC phone payments with Mastercard

A new near-field communications banking system launched by Boku will allow all mobile phone users to pay by NFC technology. [..more]

 

Barclays launches Pingit, free contactless payment for smartphone

Barclays launches Pingit, free contactless payment for smartphone

Barclays bank has launched Europe's first free money-sending service that allows UK current account customers to send and receive cash through their smartphones. [..more]

 

Virgin says 60% of employees will work from home in the near future.

Virgin says 60% of employees will work from home in the near future.

More than half of employees will work from home within the next ten years, according to an report from Virgin Media Business. [..more]

 

Mobile operators collaborate to get NFC services to market by 2012

Mobile operators collaborate to get NFC services to market by 2012

Mobile operators are collaborating to see the release of near-field (NFC) commercial services into the market by 2012, according to mobile communications body GSA. [..more]

 

Fife & Edinburgh have more CCTV cameras than most major UK cities.

Fife & Edinburgh have more CCTV cameras than most major UK cities.

Two Scottish councils have more CCTV cameras than the cities of Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool combined, new figures show. [..more]

 

PayPal to announce 1,000 new jobs for Ireland

PayPal to announce 1,000 new jobs for Ireland

PayPal is expected to announce the creation of 1,000 new jobs in the near future, after announcing the impending opening of new European call centre.’ [..more]

 

One third of employers ignoring workplace wellbeing

One third of employers ignoring workplace wellbeing

One in three UK workers (35%) believe management don’t care about their workplace wellbeing, according to research by British Heart Foundation. [..more]

 

'On' and 'Off' switch design to avoid credit card RFID and NFC theft

'On' and 'Off' switch design to avoid credit card RFID and NFC theft

Researchers at Pittsburg Swanson School of Engineering have built an improved method for enhanced security through new credit card design that allows it to turn ‘on’ and ‘off.’ [..more]

 

Student Facebook Hacker Jailed for Eight Months

Student Facebook Hacker Jailed for Eight Months

Glenn Mangham, a software development student from the UK has been sentenced to 8 months in prison, after hacking the servers of Facebook between April and May last year. [..more]

 

Dyson to create 300 jobs after record £1 billion turnover

Dyson to create 300 jobs after record £1 billion turnover

The British technology company, best known for its vacuum cleaners, has announced the creation of hundreds of new jobs. [..more]

 

Bus Driver jailed for knocking cyclist off the road caught on CCTV

Bus Driver jailed for knocking cyclist off the road caught on CCTV

A bus driver has pleaded guilty after being caught on CCTV deliberately swerving into a cyclist and knocking him off the road. [..more]

 

Virgin Atlantic to employ 500 airline workers

Virgin Atlantic to employ 500 airline workers

Richard Branson’s airline company Virgin Atlantic will be taking on hundreds of new cabin crew under plans to expand its fleet in the UK. [..more]

 

Nestle to relocate to new HQ

Nestle to relocate to new HQ

Nestle UK and Ireland will move its Head Office to brand new modern offices at 1 City Place Gatwick, relocating its 840 office based employees by the end of 2012. [..more]

 

Scientists find cheaper way to print RFID tags on paper

Scientists find cheaper way to print RFID tags on paper

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and NFC technology is taking off in a big way and there’s a wide variety of possibilities with the technology. [..more]

 

3,000 staff at O2 to work flexitime

3,000 staff at O2 to work flexitime

One quarter of O2’s head-office staff will work flexibly for 1 day this week to prepare for disruption caused by this summer’s Olympic games in London. [..more]

 

Unwanted Gadgets worth £762 million end up in landfill

Unwanted Gadgets worth £762 million end up in landfill

Recent figures in a survey by O2 show more than 17 million mobile phones, music players, sat navs and other electrical devices are dumped straight to landfill. [..more]

 

New talking CCTV Cameras condemned

New talking CCTV Cameras condemned

A new generation of CCTV cameras that automatically warn users to leave have been condemned by privacy campaigners groups. The cameras located in the Walker House estate near London’s St Pancras, have been installed by Camden Borough Council. [..more]

 

CCTV Blunder sees Rookie Police Officer Chase Himself

CCTV Blunder sees Rookie Police Officer Chase Himself

The phrase 'chasing your own tail' has taken on a whole new meaning after Police Magazine revealed a junior Sussex Police officer recently spent 20 minutes trying to apprehend... himself. [..more]

 

Manufacturer Procter & Gamble to cut 1,600 jobs

Manufacturer Procter & Gamble to cut 1,600 jobs

The consumer product manufacturer has announced that it will be cutting jobs due to its recent quarterly earnings. Procter & Gamble (P&G), owner of brands such as Ambi Pur, Bold, Duracell and Pringles, has revealed that it will be cutting as many as 1,600 jobs globally. [..more]

 

HR Manager seeks £800,000 compensation for being overworked

HR Manager seeks £800,000 compensation for being overworked

A human resources manager who has been diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome is seeking compensation from her previous employer. [..more]

     
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