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Smartphone checkout

September 4, 2012


Mobile payments systems let you pay by smartphone and do more than ordinary credit or debit cards. They can track patterns and perhaps reward you for repeat business. Earlier this week, Walmart ask employees with iPhones to participate in a test in Rogers, Arkansas. If successful, it could change the way you shop. Several retailers have […]

Shopping apps = huge savings, convience

August 8, 2012


Here’s the main ingredients to save more $$ than the smartphone or tablet you own, cost.  Use shopping apps. I just came across the latest AC Nielsen survey. It shows that 47% of smartphone owners use shopping apps, so a lot of you already know about saving when you’re on the internet, in the store […]

Mobile payment

July 9, 2012


This is the future of retail. You pay with your smartphone. Mary Reese describes the options we consumers have and will have to deal with purchases. Addressing business decision makers, she says, “As you can see, you have numerous mobile payment options. Which one is right for you? Your goal should be to find the best […]

Shopping with your tablet?

December 28, 2011


What would you do with a tablet if it cost less than $50? I came across an interesting conversation, on RetailWire that tries to find out. Even before going to the store the tablet will let you find what you’re looking for, compare prices and then, check availability. The author, Joel Robinson noticed that the tablet is the first device that can […]