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L.L. Bean breaks into mobile commerce after strong consumer demand

L.L. Bean is letting consumers shop its entire inventory of outdoor gear and apparel brand via a new commerce-enabled mobile site that was designed after much demand.

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Orbitz creates intuitive search-and-book experience via iPad app

Orbitz is letting consumers search and book hotels via an iPad app designed specifically to create a streamlined experience for busy travelers.

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Zynga will drive in-game mobile purchases with IPO funds

Zynga is looking to raise funds through an Initial Public Offering so it can invest in driving further growth in mobile and in-game purchases.

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Marketing rewards fans via check-ins and social media

Online sports destination used mobile to engage fans and reward them with prizes during the during Social Media Day 2011.

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Hugo Boss targets techy consumers with live mobile fashion show – Luxury Daily

Luxury Daily today – Hugo Boss targets techy consumers with live mobile fashion show; Burberry drops July print ads with social media push.

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Apparel retailers need to look beyond the QR code

The process of determining how best to use QR technology as an in-store merchandising tool is proving to be a challenging one for many apparel retailers.

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