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The trouble with mobile

More people than ever can go online from their phones and tablets, but advertising hasn't caught up.
Posted In: Facebook, Google, online advertising

Choosing a bra: Personal fitter vs. online algorithm

Women spend a lot of money on bras, but is it better to find the best bra through a personal shopper or a website's algorithm?
Posted In: bras, Retail, algorithm

Yelp starts branding companies for buying fake reviews

The popular review site will now post online alerts outing businesses suspected of soliciting paid recommendations.
Posted In: Yelp

BlackBerry hangs on by a keyboard

Google's Android and Apple's iPhone are vying for number one and two in the smart phone market. BlackBerry comes in third with 11% of the market and 90 million users around the world, but just who are these users?
Posted In: Blackberry, smartphones

Walmart takes on Amazon with same-day delivery

Walmart stores in a handful of cities will double as distribution centers as the online giant moves into super quick delivery.
Posted In: Walmart, same day delivery, Amazon

When recommendations pay off online

A growing group of websites lets you cash in on your opinion.
Posted In: Pinterest, social networking, FTC

3-D printing enters the retail arena

The technology for 3-D printing has been around for a while, but it's been too expensive for regular folks. That's changing.
Posted In: 3D printing, 3d, Retail

Apple iPhone 5 goes on sale today

The phone offers a bigger screen; it’s faster; and it’s the lightest smartphone in the world. What the iPhone no longer offers? Google Maps, which used to come pre-installed.
Posted In: iphone 5, apple

U.S. fisheries floating on 17-year high

The U.S. seafood catch hit a 17-year high last year. All regions of the country are showing increases. That's according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which has just come out with its annual report.
Posted In: fish, fishing industry

Groupon enters the mobile payment arena

If you're not intimately familiar with the term "mobile payments," get ready to start hearing it a lot more. Basically, it means "paying for something with a smartphone." Right now some of the big players are Google and a company called Square. But today there's news Groupon is getting in on it.
Posted In: groupon, mobile payments

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