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  • / Technology

    Geepers Creepers, Where'd You Get Those Customers?

    GeePS.com Inc. has begun beta testing a location-based, wireless online shopping portal in New York City and San Francisco, says the Cranbury, N.J.-based company. The service brings the convergence of wireless technologies WAP (Wireless Application Protocol), Palm, Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) and location-based technologies to bricks-and-mortar businesses, it says. GeePS.com, Inc. will provide an end-to-end solution that enables...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    GeePS.com Inc. has begun beta testing a location-based, wireless online shopping portal in New York City and San Francisco, says the Cranbury, N.J.-based company. The service brings the convergence of wireless technologies WAP (Wireless Application Protocol), Palm, Global Positioning Satellite (GPS)…
  • / Technology

    Wireless sales for wireless software at OfficeMax.com

    Digital River supports OfficeMax’s new m-commerce offering with over-the-air fulfillment–-but shoppers will need a new Java-enabled wireless device for electronic delivery.

    Posted 04/25/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Digital River supports OfficeMax’s new m-commerce offering with over-the-air fulfillment–-but shoppers will need a new Java-enabled wireless device for electronic delivery.
  • / Technology

    A Star Is Born

    A HREF="http://www.starcd.com">*CD has unveiled a new service that allows consumers toidentify the song, performer and CD title of music playing over the airwaves and then purchase it over the Internet or via telephone and hand-held wireless devices, such as Palm VIIs and WAP phones. Using proprietary computer technologies, Philadelphia-based ConneXus monitors radio broadcasts nationwide, identifying songs as they are being aired. This...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    A HREF="http://www.starcd.com">*CD has unveiled a new service that allows consumers toidentify the song, performer and CD title of music playing over the airwaves and then purchase it over the Internet or via telephone and hand-held wireless devices, such as Palm VIIs and WAP phones. Using…
  • / Marketing

    Russian mobile phone operator launches a search portal

    MTS has created a Russian-language search portal that has increased searches by 60% and resulted in more downloads of such digital content as ringtones, games, pictures and music.

    Posted 10/25/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    MTS has created a Russian-language search portal that has increased searches by 60% and resulted in more downloads of such digital content as ringtones, games, pictures and music.
  • / Press Release

    BroadVision Extends Enterprise Self-Service to Mobile, Voice and Point of Sale Touchpoints

    BroadVision Multi-Touchpoint Services Adds Robust Support for Mobile and Non-PC Devices to BroadVision-powered Sites REDWOOD CITY, Calif.-April 3, 2002 - BroadVision, Inc. (Nasdaq: BVSN), the leading provider of enterprise self-service applications, today introduced BroadVision® Multi-Touchpoint Services™, a new product that adds mobile and non-PC device support to BroadVision’s enterprise self-service applications. BroadVision Multi-Touchpoint...

    Posted 04/03/2002

    BroadVision Multi-Touchpoint Services Adds Robust Support for Mobile and Non-PC Devices to BroadVision-powered Sites REDWOOD CITY, Calif.-April 3, 2002 - BroadVision, Inc. (Nasdaq: BVSN), the leading provider of enterprise self-service applications, today introduced BroadVision® Multi-Touchpoint…
  • / Press Release

    Wireless Advertising Association Formerly Adopts Standards for WAP, SMS and PDA Advertising

    NEW YORK--July 30, 2001-- Standards Released Last Month are Adopted by WAA Members and the Industry Last month, the Wireless Advertising Association unveiled a comprehensive set of proposed standards for WAP, SMS and PDA advertising to a crowd of more than 100 of the industry`s top wireless companies. Through unanimous support of WAA member companies, those proposals for SMS, WAP and PDA advertising today became industry standards. The proposed...

    Posted 07/30/2001

    NEW YORK--July 30, 2001-- Standards Released Last Month are Adopted by WAA Members and the Industry Last month, the Wireless Advertising Association unveiled a comprehensive set of proposed standards for WAP, SMS and PDA advertising to a crowd of more than 100 of the industry`s top wireless…

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