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March 2015

16 Mar

Barclays Punts Instant Twitter Mobile Payments App

Barclays will become the first British bank to allow people to make payments to each other and small businesses using just their Twitter handle. The service – powered by its Pingit mobile phone app – aims to give the UK’s 13.5 million Twitter users the ability to make swift, secure payments through the social network without providing either their bank details or a phone number. All Pingit...
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16 Mar

Here is all what you need to know about this new Developement

It’s official. Twitter and Google are once again partnered so that Google has full access to Twitter’s feed of tweets, commonly called the Twitter 'Firehouse'. How’s it different from the last deal? FAQ mentioned below tries to anticipate your questions and gives all your answers. What is the deal about? Twitter announced that it will be providing Google full access to the tweets from its service. Twitter...
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16 Mar

Fitbit Campaign Helped People Convert 1 Billion Calories Into 1.5 Million Donated Meals

Fitness tracker brand Fitbit has partnered with food bank network Feeding America for a campaign entitled Fit for Food that encouraged Fitbit users to “donate” their burned calories to feed the hungry. More than 106,000 people took part in the campaign, donating one billion calories which Fitbit then converted into a donation to Feeding America. That gift funded provisions for 1.5 million meals for people in...
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16 Mar

This Is How Brands are going ‘Digital’ at London Fashion Week

Fashion brands are upping the stakes on innovation at London Fashion Week with Burberry, Topshop, River Island and Hunter all competing to create the most groundbreaking digital platforms to showcase their designs and dial up social media buzz. Burberry has teamed with Japanese social messaging app, 'Line' known for its cute emoji-like character stickers. The two companies collaborated to create downloadable stickers of Vogue editor Anna...
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