The startup ticked off preorder customers by announcing a shipping delay and communicating the news poorly. But Coin can still get back on its feet. Here's how.
Staples is poised to start selling a $10 "Amazon Card Reader," according to documents obtained by 9to5Mac.
Music fans have been hit with bogus credit card fees and face a potential privacy breach after the Moshtix website for Splendour in the Grass was compromised.
Arts and crafts retail chain says malware at its point-of-sale terminals impacted 2.6 million cards, as well as another 400,000 at Aaron Brothers subsidiary.
French hardware company, now a Seagate subsidiary, says virtually everyone who shopped on LaCie's Web site in the last year is at risk.
Using geolocation data, the credit card company proposes a plan that will only allow card transactions when a users' smartphone is within close proximity.
The retailer accelerates its $100 million program to offer users chip-enabled "smart credit cards" that encrypt users' personal data and are said to be harder to hack.
The company mentions recent attacks on retailers -- think Target and Neiman Marcus -- and says it "may have experienced a data security attack." An investigation is in progress.
Neiman Marcus says that it's the latest victim of data thieves, who made off with the credit card information of an unknown number of customers.
After reaching its crowdfunding campaign goal in only 40 minutes, the team behind Coin continues to take preorders and addresses its most-pressing criticisms.