Banks and cars are the worst for everyday tech – is it any wonder Revolut does so well in Ireland?

In-car technology, the public car charging network and banking apps have failed to keep pace with technological change

Founder and CEO of Revolut, Nik Storonsky. Photo by Hugo Amaral via Getty Images

Adrian Weckler

What are the worst things for tech in our everyday lives? Office login systems? Airline apps? ‘Smart’ TVs?