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  • Rockport gets in step with Google Wallet

    / Mobile Commerce

    Rockport gets in step with Google Wallet

    The retailer adds the payment service to its m-commerce site.

    Posted 11/19/2012Kevin WoodwardPost a comment

    The retailer adds the payment service to its m-commerce site.
  • / Technology

    Several high-profile e-retailers get ready to accept the new MSN Wallet

    Godiva, Nordstrom, BlueNile.com and other e-retailers are planning to offer Microsoft’s new MSN Wallet payment service for online purchases, Microsoft says.

    Posted 09/06/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Godiva, Nordstrom, BlueNile.com and other e-retailers are planning to offer Microsoft’s new MSN Wallet payment service for online purchases, Microsoft says.
  • / Marketing

    Yahoo! Opens Its Wallet

    Yahoo! Inc. has enhanced its Yahoo! Shopping online service with a number of new features, a new design and content. The most prominent new feature is Yahoo! Wallet, where consumers can store their credit card, billing and shipping information for use at more than 6,000 online retailers when purchasing products on Yahoo! Shopping, says the Santa Clara, Calif.-based Internet company. Once shoppers have found what they want to buy, they can use the...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Yahoo! Inc. has enhanced its Yahoo! Shopping online service with a number of new features, a new design and content. The most prominent new feature is Yahoo! Wallet, where consumers can store their credit card, billing and shipping information for use at more than 6,000 online retailers when…
  • / Marketing

    New Online Card Technology To Use Audio Signals

    Tel-Aviv, Israel-based ComSense Technologies Ltd. is touting a new card technology that allows users to send secure transaction information through the audio capture device on a computer instead of inputting card information over the keyboard. The ComDot Internet card already is used by a few hundred online traders in Israel, says Alon Atsmon, CEO. Currently the company is working with undisclosed partners to develop the technology within a card...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Tel-Aviv, Israel-based ComSense Technologies Ltd. is touting a new card technology that allows users to send secure transaction information through the audio capture device on a computer instead of inputting card information over the keyboard. The ComDot Internet card already is used by a few…

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