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Which mobile payments system would you rather use? Vodafone’s or Apple’s?

The FT today reports about the European operator mobile payment initiative that’s gathering a head of steam: The UK’s largest mobile operators are preparing for the launch of Europe’s first joint mobile phone payments platform following indications that regulatory approval for the venture could come as early as this summer. Now then, here’s a question: […]

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Square is doing rather well in the States

If you’ve been tracking the developments of the M-Commerce arena, you’ll most probably have had an eye on Square, the mobile payments startup. They’ve been doing rather well of late as this post from TechCrunch points out. It’s a useful primer that’ll bring you up to date. I’m interested to understand what the team at […]

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Tiny Tower: Hugely addictive, rather expensive!

New contributor Neil Ramsay is back once again this week with a look at Tiny Towering Inferno. Over to you Neil… – – – – – Tiny Tower (iTunes link, free) is a game for iOS devices; it’s insanely addictive and best of all it’s free, kind off. You see Tiny Tower, developed by NimbleBit, […]

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Jobs: Community Manager needed for Android app company

Right then, please do pass this one around to anyone you think might be on the lookout for work. My very good friend Ilana is recruiting for a Community Manager to help out with a company that produces a mobile payments app for the Android platform. This is a super, *super* opportunity to get a […]

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Everything Everywhere: NFC launching with 40k shops ready to rock

Dusan over at IntoMobile has the details: UK mobile operator Everything Everywhere, which is a joint venture between Deutsche Telecom’s T-Mobile and France Telecom’s Orange, announced a commercial launch of a nationwide contactless mobile payments scheme in Q2 2011. via UK: Everything Everywhere announces first commercial NFC rollout during Q2 2011. Good work Everything Everywhere. […]

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