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Payments Visa exec bullish about mobile contactless payments: ad:tech keynote
SAN FRANCISCO – During his keynote session at ad:tech, a Visa executive said that his company is bullish when it comes to contactless mobile payments. Entire article
Web site development Dunkin’ Donuts launches new Web site with mobile-friendly layout
Coffee and baked goods chain Dunkin’ Donuts has introduced a new version of with the goal of making the Web site more mobile-friendly. Entire article
Events Mcommerce Summit New York May 12: eBay, Target, Jos. A. Bank, HSN, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Sunkist, Jewelry Television
Registration is open for the Mcommerce Summit: State of Mobile Commerce 2011 on May 12 featuring eBay, Target, Jos. A. Bank, HSN, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Sunkist and Jewelry Television. This New York event is a must for execs seeking the ins and outs of mcommerce. Entire article
Research Prevalence of smartphones, tablets taking mcommerce to the next level
Apps, games, music and ebooks currently dominate mobile commerce, but mobile as a channel for sales of physical goods and services is growing, driven in the near term by mobile ticketing for events and travel, per Gridley & Co. Entire article
Carrier networks Rogers, Telus embrace carrier billing for mobile content
Canadian carriers Rogers Wireless and Telus have integrated Bango Inc.’s mobile payment platform into BlackBerry App World to enable carrier billing for applications. Entire article
Advertising Bergdorf Goodman uses location-based game app to drive foot traffic – Luxury Daily
Luxury Daily today – Bergdorf Goodman uses location-based game app to drive foot traffic; New federal privacy Bill poses challenges to marketers: DMA. Entire article
Columns Legal and regulatory risks associated with the growth of mobile marketing
Given the current legal and regulatory landscape, companies using mobile must proceed with caution to side-step potential state and federal landmines, including class action litigation. Entire article
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