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This Week’s Top Links in Mobility ( In no particular order)
Major Retails Look to Take a Cut of the Mobile Payment Movement
After a rocky start with modern mobility, major retailers like Best Buy look to offer their own mobile payment system.
AT&T to Spend Millions on Safe Driving Campaign
Texting while driving increases the chance of an accident by a factor of 23.
Adobe Removes Flash from Google Play
Your battery will rejoice.
RIM to License Blackberry 10 to Handset Manufacturers
Because that is exactly what this market needs … another OS.
Google Begins to Remake Motorola
After a 12.5 billion dollar purchase, Google finally decides to start doing something with its shiny new toy.
A Fantastic Keyboard for the Visually Impaired
I’m pretty sure this is magic.
Verizon Now Covers 75% of the US with 4GLTE
That was fast …
Square Introduces New Payment Plan for Small Businesses
Square continues to go against the grain with a flat per month fee for all credit card transactions.