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What happened to the e-book revolution?

Hardly anyone buys CDs and DVDs any more. But paperbacks keep selling. Tim Green wonders why we don’t have our noses in a good e-book yet. There’s a bit of a row going on in the book publishing world at the moment. I don’t imagine it’s getting violent. Bookish types…
Sam Hill
October 15, 2015
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mPOS – at the intersection of payments, service and engagement

Mobile-point-of-sale (mPOS) is disrupting the way payments are accepted and opening up new levels of customer engagement. Initially conceived as a low cost and convenient solution for small businesses (that traditionally weren’t able to process card transactions), larger enterprises from high-street retailers to healthcare businesses are experimenting with mPOS and…
Tim Banks
October 14, 2015
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Addressing the consumer trust challenge in mobile

The MEF Consumer Trust Summit series comes to London for the first time this month. Here, MEF CEO, Rimma Perelmuter explains why consumer trust in mobile services remains one of the most crucial issues for MEF and its members. You’ve probably heard there’s a new type of app taking the…
Rimma Perelmuter
October 8, 2015
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Ad blockers: it’s complicated

Stripping your browsing of annoying pop-ups sounds great. And it is. But the alternatives could be just as problematic, says Tim Green… Have you downloaded an ad blocker yet? Do you feel guilty about it? Or are you proud to stick it to the programmatic man? Yes, ad blockers are…
Sam Hill
October 8, 2015