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  1. Using Your Phone As Your Credit Card Could Be Coming To U.S. Soon

    In a move that could one day replace wallets with mobile phones, three major wireless carriers --AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless--have signed on to participate in a mobile payments network that uses smartphones and Near Field...

  2. Making the Most of Your Local Search Marketing Dollars

    Cell phone/wireless device: 1 percent Additionally, the TMPDM/comScore study found that 20 percent of consumers with standard cell phones and 60 percent of consumers with Web-enabled phones have conducted local search on their mobile devices.

  3. Google Mobile Advertising: It's Time to Start

    Next year, manufacturers will start shipping cell phones (mobile computers) with built-in projection displays: Step 1 in your Mobile epiphany is to put aside the notion that "mobile advertising" = "cell phone advertising.

  4. Daily SearchCast, August 17, 2006: Hot Search Blogs; GoogleTalk Gets New Features; Filing Time For Yahoo Click Fraud Settlement; Beaming Up Google Engineers & More!

    The Wall Street Journal has a bigger write up on cell phones and ads, stating, "some of the largest wireless companies in the U.S.are starting to allow advertising on their cell phone networks. Google launches free WiFi; GoogleTalk gets new...

  5. Yahoo Partners With Go2 For Mobile Search Ads

    The Wall Street Journal has a bigger write up on cell phones and ads, stating, "some of the largest wireless companies in the U.S.are starting to allow advertising on their cell phone networks. Forbes reports that Yahoo has signed an agreement with...

  6. Daily SearchCast, Jan. 10, 2006: Google Unveils Google Video Store & Google Pack At CES; Google Video Store Has Bumpy Launch; AOL Buys Truveo Video Search; Yahoo Buys Webjay; Search Engines As Content

    Puts Yahoo Services Into Cell Phones, TV Wireless Software Development Company Now Part of Google Google Pack download service at CES; Google Video Store having some troubles at launch; AOL gaining the Truveo video search service; Yahoo purchasing...