Paying your friends with cash or talking them into PayPal is, like, ancient technology. Now you'll be able to pay them from the source (if you're both ING customers, and in the US) just by bumping iPhones. ING tapped into Bump's API so now a phone-kiss swaps greenbacks instead of contact info. [iTunes via Mashable]
ING Customers Can Now Pay Each Other By Bumping iPhones
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