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Telus’ request to charge credit card processing fees for regulated home telephone services rejected by CRTC

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has refused Telus' request to charge processing fees to its customers from Alberta and British Columbia for...

Scareware vendors doing brisk business

Cyber crooks shilling worthless, fake security software make at least $5 million a year, according to a crimeware researcher Joe Stewart

RBC tests money transfers via text message

If you want to move around small amounts of money to friends and family using SMS, Royal Bank may soon offer the service. The company is conducting a trial for its staff and analysts see no security concerns

HDX buys cash register vendor

Hosted Data Transaction, which offers the Dexit RFID card for retailers, has completed its acquisition of Biz-Pro Ltd, which sells cash registers and other point of sale technologies

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Arby's restaurants roll out support for contactless payment cards nationwide, both inside and at the drive-through

Prepaid credit cards – a double-edged sword?

While offering a measure of protection from online identity theft, prepaid credit cards - for those without bank accounts and teens without self-control - may trigger other problems.

Chips fall into place for smart cards

The shift from magnetic strip credit cards to microchip embedded plastic money just got another nudge forward as MasterCard Canada recently announced that a major payment processor in North America is embracing smart card technology.

Advent of e-religion

In a bid to gain greater relevance within an increasingly young and tech-savvy congregation, some churches in North America are looking to deploy automated kiosks to collect donations from the faithful.

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