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Proposed bill could make mobile commerce subject to state sales tax

U.S. Representative Bill Delahunt (D-MA) has introduced a bill that could have a huge impact on mobile commerce.

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ING Direct USA uses contests to promote mobile banking apps

ING is encouraging its customers to “put their bank branch in their pocket” with the launch of its enhanced mobile application for iPhone and BlackBerry devices.

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First Federal Savings Bank enables contactless mobile payments

First Federal Savings Bank now offers mobile payments to its customers and local businesses to reduce costs, improve security and enable rewards programs.

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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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Shoppers want mobile tools to improve food retail: study

The integration of mobile technologies into food retailers’ in-store experiences can have an impact on purchase intent, according to a Latitude study.

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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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