American bank Citi is introducing additions to its iOS application that combine banking, wealth management and money movement capabilities, offering a suite of cutting-edge servicing and authentication features.
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- Gas stations
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British department store Fortnum & Mason is setting consumers on a “great gift chase” to track down a Christmas character that has gone AWOL.
Mobile Marketer today – Microsoft makes another attempt at mobile presence it has always longed for; Curve aims squarely at Generation Z in new campaign.
Mobile Minutes: LinkedIn acquisition; Samsung in court; Smartwatch company closes; BlackBerry’s last smartphoneDecember 9, 2016
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Luxury Daily today – Jaeger-LeCoultre brings counter service to Facebook with chatbot; Millennial attention will be vital for diamond industry’s future: Bain.
Starbucks is continuing to drive innovation in mobile retail with its announcement of an artificial-intelligence solution, which will act as a barista within customers’ mobile devices.
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With a new update to its mobile application, Uber now tracks consumers for an extra five minutes after the ride is over, improving its customer data set to enhance the customer experience, according to the ride-sharing service.
Chinese mobile payments giant Alipay is attempting to spread its influence in a big way by partnering with an Australian payments provider to launch Alipay in the country’s stores.
Western Union, one of the preeminent money-sharing platforms, is updating its business model with a strategic investment in mobile payments, signaling a step towards a more modern approach to money-sharing and payments.