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CVS Health Corp and Rite Aid Corp have blocked support for Apple's mobile payment system, possibly in order to launch a branded alternative.
The Australian Department of Finance has established that a whole-of-government mobile panel will be responsible for meeting the current and future needs of agencies for their adoption of mobile technologies.
Sprint has lined up multiple banks to fund the proposed acquisition of T-Mobile US in a deal that would merge the country's third- and fourth-largest mobile operators.
Optus will provide mobile services to the NSW Department of Finance and Services, taking the contract that had been held by Telstra.
With its core banking modernisation program complete, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia will now focus on further IT-enabled innovations for its customers.
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There is pent up demand for sophisticated mobile services in application areas such as m-education, m-entertainment, m-finance and m-health, says a report by Wipro and IAMAI.
Finance ministry to object to giving free mobile phones to households below country's poverty line, saying government cannot afford it and should focus on more pressing issues such as power shortages.
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Not only is it Citi’s first app for an Android tablet, but it's also the first mobile finance app built especially for the Kindle Fire.
Westpac has warned that any attempt by the Reserve Bank of Australia to develop standards for mobile payments would leave the country's users saddled with half-baked and underdeveloped technology.
Travellers are increasingly using their mobile devices to book, plan and pay for trips, but airlines worldwide are having trouble justifying mobile initiatives to their finance department, according to a report released by travel technology provider Amadeus.
Most of us now surf regularly on our mobile devices, but try doing that while overseas and you might grow a few extra strands of grey hair when you return home to a phone bill for hundreds of dollars--or thousands, if you're a Facebook stalker--in data roaming charges. So, a question begs to be asked: does it really cost our operators so much to support our need for ubiquitous connectivity?
Every household in Singapore probably did a little jolly jig on Friday when the government announced radio and TV license will be abolished, finally.During his budget speech, Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam explained that license fees were "losing their relevance" with increasing media convergence where anyone can now receive broadcast content over the Internet and mobile devices, and TV ownership is no longer limited to middle- and higher-income groups.
Suncorp has signed a three-year contract with Telstra for an undisclosed value to deliver all of the finance giant's mobile voice and data services as well as refresh its entire wireless data card fleet.
VHA will move its Sydney-based finance roles to its Brisbane centre, the mobile telco revealed today as its merger plans begin to take shape.
The number of global mobile-banking transactions is predicted to rocket, with China and the Far East the biggest converts to mobile finance, says analyst Juniper
Just got a note in my very early (hey it isn't quote 06:00 hours here) from a representative of Ditech Networks.Raison d'etre for this post is that Ditech (no, not the mortgage finance firm) has just announced results of a 630-million-call study of live mobile phone calls over 16 mobile carrier networks in 12 nations.
Best known as a Telstra reseller, Crazy Johns is moving to compete with the telco by running as its own mobile operator financed by the sale of part of the business.
In 'Marius' project, helicopters are used to set up temporary SMS networks in the case of a crisis.
Information security solutions provider Pointsec Mobile Technologies is gearing up to take on the Australian market after its official entry into the country a month ago.Pointsec Australia managing director, Oscar MorÃƒÂ©n, said the company will be focusing on enterprise customers only, mainly in government departments, banking and finance, insurance companies and telecommunication companies.
Multimedia GPRS gadgets and Bluetooth chips will be two of the biggest embedded devices this year, according to the UK chip designer
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