Mobile Commerce Daily, May 19, 2011 – Will Apple take the Isis bait?

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Will Apple take the Isis bait?


Isis is opening its arms to invite Apple, Sprint and Google into its mobile payment network, but whether this would be a good development for mobile payments or not remains to be seen.

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BilltoMobile unveils global ambitions for mobile payments service


BilltoMobile is set to introduce its payment service to let merchants process Web purchases on more than 200 wireless carriers worldwide. 

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Webinar on May 24: Benchmarking 125 Mcommerce Sites and Apps across 13 Retail Categories


Register now for this exclusive hour-long free webinar on May 24 at 2 p.m. ET that benchmarks 125 retailer mobile commerce Web sites and apps across 13 verticals.

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Starwood rewards loyalists via Foursquare contest


Starwood Hotels & Resorts is rewarding members of Starwood Preferred Guest loyalists by offering free points and free-night awards for those who check in to properties worldwide via Foursquare.

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Harrods breaks first mobile app to drive store traffic – Luxury Daily


Luxury Daily today – Harrods breaks first mobile app to drive store traffic; Rue La La curates new experiences for affluent New Yorkers.

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PayPal boosts mobile check transfer with Android upgrade after iPhone response


Buoyed by the response to its iPhone offering, eBay’s PayPal service has updated its Android application to let U.S. consumers transfer checks by snapping a picture of the document in yet another move that keeps traffic away from retail banking locations. 

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Inviting opinion pieces on mobile commerce


Mobile Commerce Daily is inviting opinion pieces on mobile commerce issues that affect retailers and marketers as they encourage shopping and transacting via mobile.

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Why marketing programs should begin with mobile


While mobile has been held as the promising new medium, it has really been applied somewhat as an adjunct to most brands’ main marketing programs.

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