BT completes initial trial of 300Mbps fiber-on-demand broadband service

BT completes initial trial of 300Mbps fiber-on-demand broadband service

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UK telecommunications service provider BT recently completed successful trials of its new Fiber to the Premise "on demand" service in St. Agnes, Cornwall — which promises to offer download speeds of up to 300Mbps. The service is aimed at customers that are in areas already covered by the company's...
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The UK's Nationwide Building Society signs up for V.me, Visa's digital wallet

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The latest organisation to sign up for Visa’s digital wallet – V.me – is the Nationwide Building Society and it is preparing to rollout an initial trial this year. V.me is a payment system where customers can store multiple payment cards in a digital wallet and make online payments without...
The UK's Nationwide Building Society signs up for V.me, Visa's digital wallet

US Bank kicks off 'Go Mobile' payment trials with NFC-equipped iPhone case

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The iPhone may not come with built-in NFC, but that hasn't stopped it from finding itself at the center of plenty of NFC-based payment projects. The latest comes courtesy of US Bank, which is now kicking off trials of its new Go Mobile service in Salt Lake City, Utah,...
US Bank kicks off 'Go Mobile' payment trials with NFC-equipped iPhone case

Visa's one-click payment service V.me adds its first UK bank, RBS

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Visa Europe has confirmed that the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) will be the first UK bank to launch the V.me the digital wallet for online payments. V.me is the digital wallet for RBS and NatWest customers. An initial trial is already under way and the full roll out for customers should...
Visa's one-click payment service V.me adds its first UK bank, RBS

Rollout begins on 32-inch touchscreen kiosks in NYC

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The rollout by City24/7 of 32-inch touch-screen information kiosks in New York City has begun, offering details on local destinations, news, as well as emergency and government-related alerts. So far, ten payphone sites have been refitted with the SmartScreen displays, with this initial trial set to convert a total of...
Rollout begins on 32-inch touchscreen kiosks in NYC

The Tale Of TiVo And Why Great Brands Fall From Grace

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Why is it that some brands launch like meteors, captivating our imaginations and our wallets, only to fall spectacularly into marketing oblivion? And perhaps more importantly for marketers today: How can this fate be avoided? The answer lies in the difference between what is required to generate initial trial of...
The Tale Of TiVo And Why Great Brands Fall From Grace

T-Mobile brings Bobsled to the UK, trialing a new 'Clever Connect' mobile VoIP service

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Last October, we reported that T-Mobile’s Bobsled service, a VoIP communication platform that initially allowed smartphone owners to call their Facebook friends from their mobile device, had expanded to provide free calls to any mobile or landline number in the US, Canada or Puerto Rico from anywhere in the world,...
T-Mobile brings Bobsled to the UK, trialing a new 'Clever Connect' mobile VoIP service

Apple seeks $2.5 billion in damages from Samsung, offers half a cent per standard-essential patent

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With their California trial approaching fast, Apple and Samsung made filings during the last few hours that shed light on what's at stake and on why the parties haven't been able to settle their dispute so far.Let's start with Apple's damages claim as it is summarized in the public redacted...
Apple seeks $2.5 billion in damages from Samsung, offers half a cent per standard-essential patent

Sina Weibo to introduce ‘user contract’ on May 28 as China’s microblog crackdown continues

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Fresh from admitting that it hasn’t fully implemented China’s new rules for microblogs, Web giant Sina is set to introduce a ‘user contract’ for its popular Twitter-like Sina Weibo service at the end of May, as it continues to battle to control sensitive information on the site. The terms, spotted by...
Sina Weibo to introduce ‘user contract’ on May 28 as China’s microblog crackdown continues

Simulmedia raises another $6M for TV ad targeting

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It’s been about a year since TV ad targeting firm Simulmedia raised money, which means it’s time to go back to the well for another round. The New York-based company just announced Monday that it has raised a $6 million Series C round from its existing group of investors, which...
Simulmedia raises another $6M for TV ad targeting

Chase, Capital One and Barclaycard join as launch partners for Isis mobile payment service

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The Isis mobile payment service backed by AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon may have been a bit overshadowed by Google Wallet in recent months, but it's still on track for a "mid-2012" trial launch in Austin, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah, and it's now gotten a boost from a...
Chase, Capital One and Barclaycard join as launch partners for Isis mobile payment service
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