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Will iPhones replace cash registers?


by Sam Narisi

There’s a new product that turns smartphones into mobile credit card readers – and it’s catching on among retailers. 

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Will iPads change the face of retail?


by Penelope Miller

iPads aren’t just for selling products anymore. Here’s a new way to use them:

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E-books put final nail in Borders’ coffin


by Shari DaCosta

Technology strikes again. Book retailer Borders will close its doors — largely because of the e-book craze. 

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Are iPads the new retail catalogs?


by Penelope Miller

One way to go mobile: Create an app for iPads that makes shoppers feel like they’re flipping through a catalog.

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Top 5 leaders in social retailing


by Renee Cocchi

Virtually all retailers at this point in time are involved with Facebook, Twitter or mobile apps. But some companies are much better at social retailing than most. Find out who is sitting in the No. 1 seat!

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Hungry? Grab your iPad and hit the grocery store


by Penelope Miller

The latest retailer to go mobile? A grocery store.

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HSN turns to iPad to increase sales


by Penelope Miller

One retailer is already using the iPad to increase sales. Could it work for you?

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Retailer offers its Wish Book gift guide on multiple platforms


by Renee Cocchi

Famous for its holiday Wish Book gift guide, Sears is taking it to a new level to make shopping easier for consumers. Its strategy may work for your company, too.

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