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Posted on October 24, 2012 | 4 CommentsSquare has been having a lot of success with their mobile payment solution for merchants. The startup headed up by Jack Dorsey, same guy behind Twitter recently secured a 200 million funding round and also closed a big deal with Starbucks (in the US only for now). As more and more Canadian are outfitting themselves with smartphones the
Posted on September 25, 2012 | No CommentsNext up at the Mobile Money Canada conference was a panel discussion led by Pierre A. Roberge, Mobile & Payment Innovation Consultant ; the panel members included: Jimmy Dinh Senior Director, Mobile Banking Strategy & Planning, CIBC Retail Markets; Derek Colfer, Business Leader - Global Mobile Product Innovation,
Posted on September 14, 2012 | No CommentsThe new Apple iPhone 5 is out, Blackberry 10 is coming, and many other smartphone are on the market, News Marketing Canada is looking to take advantage of the opportunity as they take their SmartSource.ca site mobile. SmartSource.ca offers robust selection of consumer packaged goods coupons, the new mobile version of the site uses the same URL and will allow users to scroll through the available offers and select which coupons they want from any web-enabled phone, smartphone or other mobile communications device, without having to download any special software or applications.
Posted on August 27, 2012 | No CommentsAs the Apple-Samsung lawsuit comes to a close closes with Apple being awarded $1.051 billion in damages, a lot of speculation is surfacing as to what will come next in the war of patents. Wait no longer, today AOL announced that a share repurchase of $600 million in AOL stock, along with a one-time cash dividend of $5.15 per share, this is the last step in its $1.1 billion sale of patents to Microsoft.