As if this needed reiteration but mobile payments are definitely on the rise, with early data reports from Thanksgiving and Black Friday confirming what we all predicted - an increase in online commerce, and specifically, an increase in mobile commerce.
PayPal, the online payments giant, is expected to announce the creation of a further 1,000 jobs in Ireland later today. The company already employs more than 1,500 people at its European Headquarters in Blanchardstown since initially arriving in Ireland in 2003.
Some of the world's largest technology companies will be looking for highly skilled professionals and graduates at Career Zoo, a two day jobs and skills event to be held in Dublin's Mansion House in February.
The Irish Internet Association was 'overwhealmed' by the record number of entries to this year's Net Visionary Awards, the organisation said today. The shortlist contains 62 websites spread over 14 categories, each of which is up for the public vote.
Currently Apple does not allow in-app charitable donations on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Apple started blocking apps that process charitable donations through online payment service PayPal in October of last year - Nick Hurd, UK Civil Society Minister wants to change this.
PayPal, the world’s most popular online payments and money transfer service, have today announced that they’ve witnessed a three hundred percent increase in payments made on mobile devices during the official Christmas shopping season, when compared to the same period last year.