Universal credit card Coin hasn't even arrived yet, and already a challenger touting superior features has arrived on the scene.
The Royal Canadian Mint pays tribute to the Man of Steel with limited-edition commemorative coins made of silver and gold...not Kryptonite.
Unless customers got their orders in early -- and we mean very early -- they'll now have to wait until spring 2015 to get their hands on Coin's all-in-one credit card.
The connected credit card startup apologizes for fumbling the announcement of a delay. Its beta program will be expanded and participants will no longer be charged $30 for the finished product.
The startup behind a smart electronic device that stores credit and debit cards will offer a beta program for 10,000 customers.
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.
This hardware startup's ambitious device is a .84 mm thin card that stores an unlimited number of payment methods in its dynamic magnetic stripe.
The e-commerce giant is offering its virtual currency in three more countries -- along with a promotion to get customers to use them.
A new 12-sided design has both covert and overt signs that make it easier to find fakes. But modernization only goes so far: the 766-year-old Trial of the Pyx tradition lives on to check the metals.
The virtual currency has expanded beyond Kindle owners to all Android users in the United States and elsewhere.