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  • / Technology

    Wine.com uncorks new ideas for its mobile apps

    Consumers have downloaded 100,000 copies of the iPhone and iPod Touch apps that Wine.com launched just before Christmas, and now the retailer is thinking about adding services to the app and about offering apps for other smartphones.

    Posted 04/08/2010Katie EvansPost a comment

    Consumers have downloaded 100,000 copies of the iPhone and iPod Touch apps that Wine.com launched just before Christmas, and now the retailer is thinking about adding services to the app and about offering apps for other smartphones.
  • / Press Release

    Getfugu Appoints NASA Developer John Basile Chief Product Engineer

    WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA-- March 15, 2010) - Getfugu, Inc. (http://www.getfugu.com/) (OTCBB: GFGU), the next generation mobile search tool, today announced that John Basile has been named Chief Product Engineer. An accomplished and experienced software developer, engineer and co-author of the NASA paper, "DA White Dwarf Effective Temperatures Determined from IUE Lyman-Alpha Profiles"; J.B. Holberg, F. Wesemael, J. Basile Astrophysical Journal, 306:...

    Posted 03/23/2010

    WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA-- March 15, 2010) - Getfugu, Inc. (http://www.getfugu.com/) (OTCBB: GFGU), the next generation mobile search tool, today announced that John Basile has been named Chief Product Engineer. An accomplished and experienced software developer, engineer and co-author of the NASA paper,…
  • Google: The Retailer

    The search behemoth sells phones on its own retail site, signaling a deeper commitment to e-commerce.

    Posted 03/01/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The search behemoth sells phones on its own retail site, signaling a deeper commitment to e-commerce.
  • / Marketing

    With mobile apps all the rage, Keynote launches a way to troubleshoot them

    Keynote Systems, which specializes in testing the performance of web sites and web-enabled mobile devices, has launched Mobile Device Perspective 4.0, a system designed to help retailers monitor and manage mobile applications.

    Posted 02/25/2010Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Keynote Systems, which specializes in testing the performance of web sites and web-enabled mobile devices, has launched Mobile Device Perspective 4.0, a system designed to help retailers monitor and manage mobile applications.
  • Mojiva brings the iPad and other tablets into its mobile ad network

    / Technology

    Mojiva brings the iPad and other tablets into its mobile ad network

    Mojiva has been helping advertisers create mobile ads designed for the screens of the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry smartphones, and runs those ads on its ad network. It now will work with the larger format of tablets.

    Posted 02/25/2010Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Mojiva has been helping advertisers create mobile ads designed for the screens of the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry smartphones, and runs those ads on its ad network. It now will work with the larger format of tablets.
  • 37% of smartphone owners purchased merchandise via their phones in 2009

    / Technology

    37% of smartphone owners purchased merchandise via their phones in 2009

    Mobile commerce is poised to explode this year, says online marketing and research firm Compete based on a new survey. But to keep mobile consumers from abandoning purchases, retailers must optimize sites for mobile, the research finds.

    Posted 01/04/2010Zak StamborPost a comment

    Mobile commerce is poised to explode this year, says online marketing and research firm Compete based on a new survey. But to keep mobile consumers from abandoning purchases, retailers must optimize sites for mobile, the research finds.
  • / Marketing

    1-800-Flowers.com extends its mobile strategy to `Google phones`

    1-800-Flowers.com has unveiled a version of its mobile shopping app for the Android mobile operating system developed by Google. The new app complements the e-retailer’s m-commerce site and mobile apps for the iPhone and BlackBerry.

    Posted 09/23/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    1-800-Flowers.com has unveiled a version of its mobile shopping app for the Android mobile operating system developed by Google. The new app complements the e-retailer’s m-commerce site and mobile apps for the iPhone and BlackBerry.
  • / Press Release

    Shortcovers Opens Platform

    New Developer Program Enables Mobile OEMs and Developers to create compelling experiences for consumers worldwide TORONTO, ON - April 2, 2009 - Shortcovers by Indigo Books & Music, Inc. (TSX:IDG), a digital destination that enables people to discover and experience their next great read on the mobile devices they already own, today announced a new developer program for mobile OEMs and developers. This new program gives developers around the world...

    Posted 04/03/2009

    New Developer Program Enables Mobile OEMs and Developers to create compelling experiences for consumers worldwide TORONTO, ON - April 2, 2009 - Shortcovers by Indigo Books & Music, Inc. (TSX:IDG), a digital destination that enables people to discover and experience their next great read on the…
  • / Press Release

    Indigo Books & Music Launches New Digital Reading Destination, Bringing The Bookstore Experience To Mobile Devices

    Shortcovers allows consumers to find their next great read on any mobile device TORONTO, ON - February 26, 2009 - Indigo Books & Music, Inc. (TSX:IDG) today announced the launch of Shortcovers, a new digital destination that enables people to discover and experience their next great read, on the mobile devices they already own. This new service provides consumers with an easy way to access and read their favorite content on the go. eBook sales...

    Posted 02/27/2009

    Shortcovers allows consumers to find their next great read on any mobile device TORONTO, ON - February 26, 2009 - Indigo Books & Music, Inc. (TSX:IDG) today announced the launch of Shortcovers, a new digital destination that enables people to discover and experience their next great read, on the…
  • / Technology

    T-Mobile launches Google-based mobile phone with Amazon shopping built in

    The T-Mobile G1 smartphone enables standard and mobile web browsing and employs Google’s new and open Android platform. Consumers can use the phone to download digital music from Amazon.com.

    Posted 09/23/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    The T-Mobile G1 smartphone enables standard and mobile web browsing and employs Google’s new and open Android platform. Consumers can use the phone to download digital music from Amazon.com.

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