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Is carrier role in mobile payments a blessing for mobile commerce?

AT&T and Verizon’s potential partnership for a mobile payments service is an opportunity to expand mobile commerce.

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Sephora unveils multiplatform mobile shopping experience

Sephora launched the SephoraMobile shopping experience, adding a mobile commerce element to let its customers research and buy beauty products while they are on the go.

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UMG targets Hispanic consumers with ringtone subscription service

Universal Music Group is targeting Hispanic music fans with a ringtone subscription service called Movihits.

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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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Sccope rolls out price comparison, bar code scanning mobile app

Consumer shopping tool Sccope is targeting BlackBerry users with a price comparison and bar code scanning application.

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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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