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Top mcommerce trends for 2010 – what’s hot and what’s not

Mobile coupons, social media, location and iAd are the top mobile commerce trends that retailers are focusing on in 2010 and will likely be part of the holiday mix.

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Payfone bags $11M for expansion in mobile payments

Payfone Inc. has closed an $11 million round of Series B financing, which is one of the biggest investments in the mobile payments space to date.

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Web site development aims to sell wines of the world via mobile destination has rolled out a mobile-optimized site that lets consumers shop its collection of wines by price, variety and region.

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Kenneth Cole, ESPN to keynote holiday Mobile Marketing Summit Sept. 2

How will Kenneth Cole, Kraft, Steve Madden and Waterford Wedgwood Royal Doulton tie mobile into their holiday strategies? Register now to learn at the Mobile Marketing Summit New York: Holiday Focus.

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70pc of smartphone owners plan travel via mobile: Paradigm

A new study found that 70 percent of smartphone users take advantage of their mobile devices for travel services.

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American Red Cross to keynote Nonprofits Mobile Day

How are the Red Cross, ASPCA and Saddleback Church adding mobile to their fundraising and messaging programs? Register now for the Nonprofits Mobile Day.

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