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Facebook posts strong quarterly gains, revenue up 61%

Also exemplifying the social network's mobile-first mindset is that it has 399 million mobile-only monthly active users, picking up 58 million mobile-only users in the second quarter. Facebook had 654 ...

Stories from around the Web

Quick news from around the Web... New York unveils bitcoin rules IBM and Monitise to deliver cloud based mobile commerce solutions A more civilized IoT based on Roman civilization Twitter's e-commerce strategy for the holidays EBay sheds more light on hacking And finally…  Sainsbury puts rotten ...

Amazon quietly releases a digital wallet

in  FierceRetailIT's  sister publication,  FierceMobileRetail For more:-See this  TechCrunch   story-See this  ...

Neiman Marcus goes live with Visa Checkout

to replace digital wallet DDoS attacks are on the rise Amazon expands Amazon Coins to mobile devices Virtual ...

Facebook to let advertisers, developers target ads to specific mobile devices

to help marketers deploy mobile device targeting for mobile app ads: Don't go too narrow with your ...

Lord & Taylor to launch two new concept shops

Men's Wearhouse extends click-and-collect to all stores, launches Find-It mobile app Shipping ...

Amazon quietly releases a digital wallet

last month and set to ship July 25, could  transform mobile commerce  and the online retailer has been working its way up to implementing a full-fledged, consumer-facing mobile wallet. The app is listed ...

Facebook's 'buy' button could transform social commerce

X shoppers like myself or baby boomers, for many of the same reasons that mobile commerce has been slow to catch on with the younger set. Despite being the most mobile of generations, millennials are more likely to use the mobile device as a tool, something to enable the buying experience rather than complete it. ...

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Quick news from around the Web...  Meet the Uber of retail IBM and Monitise to deliver cloud based mobile commerce solutions Barnes & Noble's mobile site breaks the rules Yahoo buys Flurry to boost mobile revenue Apple secures patent for suspected iTime And finally…  Telecom companies have ...

Giant Eagle launches pharmacy app

Grocer Giant Eagle has launched a standalone mobile app for pharmacy services that mirror many of those offered by national drug chains including Walgreens and CVS. The program lets users transfer and refill prescriptions and sends reminders when a user's supply is running low. In addition, Giant ...