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Does Facebook hold the future of mobile payments in its hands?

With more than 200 million mobile users, Facebook and its currency platform Credits is poised to be the future of how we pay for both virtual and physical goods.

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American Cancer Society: Mobile more than just a fundraising tool

WASHINGTON – Having already launched text-to-give initiatives and two applications for Apple’s iPhone, the American Cancer Society is ramping up its mobile efforts to engage potential donors and drive donations.

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American Red Cross adjusts mobile giving strategy post-Haiti

WASHINGTON – The American Red Cross drove 7 percent of all funds benefiting Haiti earthquake victims via mobile – more than $32 million – and an executive discussed the organization’s increasing focus on mobile at Nonprofit Mobile Day.

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World Childhood Foundation USA uses mobile to stir up donor emotions

WASHINTON – Phase one of World Childhood Foundation USA’s mobile strategy focused on donations, while phase two expanded that focus to include engagement, relations and interactivity with the goal of stirring up emotions with the target audience.

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Mandarin Oriental exec says mobile site essential for luxury hotels – Luxury Daily

Luxury Daily today – Mandarin Oriental exec says mobile site essential for luxury hotels; Bluefly CEO: Luxury shoppers show signs of frugality fatigue.

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Congressional vote may upend Net Neutrality

When the FCC issued its Network Neutrality ruling in December, the agency declared mobile data providers exempt from that principle. But apparently this was not enough for some parties.

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