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Intuit launches its own mobile payment service for UK businesses

Business accounting software specialist Intuit has announced a new mobile-based payment system for retailers.

It’s called Intuit Pay and has been designed to let UK businesses take card payments face-to-face and over the phone. The service combines a free iOS app and a chip & PIN card reader, which is also free at the moment.

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ST-Ericsson to close, with business split between STMicroelectronics and Ericsson

Ericsson and STMicroelectronics have announced an agreement on the future of their ST-Ericsson mobile technology joint venture.

Last year ST revealed that it wanted to leave the 50/50 partnership.

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S4 for Samsung, 1m for BlackBerry

Mark Bridge writes:

Samsung launched a new flagship Android smartphone last week, eschewing Roman numerals and calling it the Galaxy S4. Well, it was never really going to be the SIV, was it?

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