Checkout 51, the grocery app that saves you money through digital coupons, has announced today that they’ve crossed over the 500,000 downloads mark. The app is available on both Android and iOS and allows users to scan their grocery bill for any Checkout 51 special offers. If there’s a match, which usually is around $0.75
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We may not yet be able to buy the hoverboard we drooled over in Back to the Future or the gloves that Tom Cruise used in Minority Report, but there are a lot of gadgets on the market today that will still make you feel like a star in a Sci-Fi movie. We’ve put together
If you have been debating whether or not to give wearable technology a try, now may be the time to take the plunge. Black Friday has arrived and wearable tech is one of its hottest categories. Here are five of the hottest deals we found on wearable tech.
Apple pulled a minor fast one on everyone earlier today by closing down its online store and reopening with the iPad mini with Retina display available for purchase. The device was expected to arrive “late November,” which in Apple speak usually denotes the final days of the month, but the company was likely able to
Pebble, the maker of the Kickstarter-backed smart watch of the same name, has announced a slew of software updates today that will benefit all users, but will appeal most to iPhone users running iOS 7. With a new iOS 7 app, the company is expanding its notification pool, expanding to any app from the Notification
From massively successful Kickstarter campaign to retail product, the Pebble smart watch has shipped and gone on to find success amidst rumours of impending competition and the promise of mass market appeal. The company has inked a deal with both Best Buy and Future Shop to stock the watch, with pre-orders beginning this Friday, October 25th. Pebble
Montreal-based online mens clothier Frank & Oak has finally launched an Android app. The company brought its catalogue of themed monthly issues to the iPhone in January, so the wait was long, but largely worth it. Customers can browse the latest issue and select clothes based on high-resolution photos and, when finished, check out using
MasterCard has launched its long-awaited payment platform, MasterPass, to facilitate mobile payments on the web and mobile devices. At its core, MasterPass is a locker, able to hold the information of up to 25 credit cards, even from issuers other than MasterCard. “[We] are a technology company that specializes in payments,” said Jason Davies, Vice
At Mobile World Congress today MasterCard introduced “MasterPass.” This is an ‘evolution’ from the PayPass Wallet Services trial that was launched last year and aims to take on other competing ‘digital wallets’ such as Google Wallet and PayPal, or even to get a head start from Toronto-based EnStream. Ed McLaughlin, chief emerging payments officer, MasterCard.
WIND Mobile has partnered with Wmode’s Affiliate Commerce Exchange (ACE) platform. According to the press release this allows WIND the ability to offer their customers the option to purchase “digital goods,” such as apps, books, music or movies from their smartphone and have it directly appear on their monthly bill. The first presence of this