Twitter may be considering e-commerce
ChainStoreAge.com - Aug 8th 2014, 09:47
San Francisco – Twitter is reportedly making moves that indicate it is considering launching e-commerce services.
According to The Next Web, users of the Twitter Android app are reporting a dormant “Payment & Shipping” option appearing in the settings menu.
In June, an inactive “buy now” button began appearing in tweets relating to the Fancy e-commerce site. In addition, previous media reports have indicated that internal Twitter documents show plans for e-commerce, and that Twitter may be negotiating a deal with online payment provider Stripe.
Amazon moves into ocean shipping - USA
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What happens to your online life when you die?
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South Africa currently has no existing legislation dealing with what happens to your data after death.
LinkedIn’s earnings surprise analysts - USA
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San Francisco - LinkedIn maintained its perfect record of pleasant surprises as the online professional networking service expanded its reach during the fourth quarter and added more tools to help connect salespeople with potential customers.