Mobile transaction predictions

February 16, 2011
HTC unveils two Facebook phones
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Emil Protalinski writes about two Facebook phones from HTC.

“At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, HTC announced multiple smartphones and tablets. Two of these have a dedicated Facebook button: the HTC Salsa and the HTC ChaCha. Both will be available in Europe and Asia during Q2 2011, while AT&T will get them exclusively in the United States later this year, at undisclosed price points.”

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AMD pushes reset on environmental goals
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Heather Clancy shares AMD’s revised green goals.

“In a blog post on Feb. 14, AMD global sustainability manager Justin Murrill, says that AMD’s new goal for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions is five per cent between 2009 and 2014. That includes Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions. Currently, it is evaluating Scope 3 emissions (the stuff associated with supply chain and business partners), but it hasn’t taken any specific action. Murrill writes: ‘Our strategy for achieving these GHG goals is to first directly reduce our carbon footprint through energy conservation projects and efficiency improvements. As part of this effort, we will enhance our employee engagement program, Go Green, to involve our workforce in conservation efforts. We will also evaluate renewable energy options including generating energy onsite from solar panels, purchasing green energy from utility providers and purchasing renewable energy credits.’”

Mobile transactions ready to ramp, says report
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Larry Dignan writes about mobile transaction predictions from research firm, Yankee Group.

“Consumers are increasingly becoming more comfortable with mobile banking, payment and shopping to the point where the value of global transactions on the go will jump from $162 billion in 2010 to nearly a $1 trillion by 2014, according to research firm Yankee Group.”

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