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for: ‘December, 2010’

Clearwire Chairman to resign post today

Craig McCaw is not leaving his post because of any disagreements with the company or over any matters pertaining to its operations or practices, according to an SEC filing.

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Cloud Hype Means People Understand What We Do for a Living – Ugh!

To the cloud! Three little words have allowed everyone I know to actually know what I do for a living, but I’m not convinced that is such a good thing.

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RIM rejects claims of weak PlayBook battery

Responding to a Kaufman Bros. report asserting that the PlayBook tablet has a short-lived battery, RIM says any outsiders would have seen pre-beta units without power management enabled.

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San Francisco Bay is Now Wired With Sprint 4G WiMAX

San Francisco is now included in Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network. It will become one of the 71 cities now equipped with Sprint’s latest wireless WiMAX technology

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Top 10 mobile commerce apps of 2010

The industry has established that 2010 was the year that mobile commerce really took off and applications were a big part of that.

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Reading between the headlines: Making sense of mobile commerce news in 2010

Chase Sapphire was the launch sponsor of the New York Times' iPad app There were many headline-grabbing advancements and initiatives in the areas of mobile commerce, retail, payments, banking and financial services in 2010 as the mobile ecosystem overcame challenges to approach mainstream adoption. With so much news to sort through, it was enough to make a merchant’s head spin, but not to worry

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Clothing, accessories and mobile phones top eBay mobile shopping trends list

Clothing, shoes, accessories and mobile phones topped this year’s U.S. mobile shopping trends, according to eBay’s mobile commerce infographic. The company analyzed mobile sales across its top six mobile markets to identify this year’s major mobile shopping moments

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American Eagle Outfitters uses mobile rewards app to highlight fundraising campaign

American Eagle Outfitters is encouraging consumers to shop and participate in mobile challenges at its Times Square flagship store in New York as part of a fundraising campaign where the retailer will donate $5 for every completed challenge. The company is working with SCVNGR to use its mobile location-based game  application.

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Aston Martin aims to differentiate brand via iPhone application – Luxury Daily

Please click here to sign up for Luxury Daily for free 11 key consumer trends luxury brands should watch in 2011 As 2010 comes to a close and 2011 is on the horizon, there are 11 key trends to watch for in the New Year, according to Please click here to read the entire story on Luxury Daily Reading between the headlines: Making sense of the news in 2010  Reading between the 2010 Luxury Daily headlines shows that high-end marketers were increasingly interested in ramping up their social media strategies in 2010 and that they will continue to do so in 2011. Please click here to read the entire story on Luxury Daily Aston Martin aims to differentiate brand via iPhone application  British ultra-luxury auto brand Aston Martin is targeting tech-savvy consumers with a branded iPhone application that delves into its unique manufacturing process

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Skype adding Wi-Fi, 3G video calling to iPhone app

Internet calling and messaging service Skype SA is rolling out a new version of its free iPhone app. It will let users make and receive video calls using Wi-Fi or AT&T’s cellular network.The app, which is being released Thursday through Apple Inc.’s iTunes Store, will let iPhone 4 and iPhone…

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