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M-Commerce is a very new field of interaction. It was born out of the increased sophistication and thus computing power available in mobile phones, combined with the increasingly ubiquitous wi-fi access points and geolocation services as opposed to simple phone calls using them.

Thus services of benefit to businesses, phone users, or both, are cropping up. Such M-commerce applications include transactions over the mobile phone via the internet, as well as location-aware customised services – typically augmented reality geolocation adverts and service provision updates on the move.

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Use of Video Game Technology in the Workplace Increasing
An Entertainment Software Association announcement from June 2008, on the growing trends for simulation technologies in commerce and industry.

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Captive Audience
A look at retaining playerbase. Eventually it will desert you, be it gameworld, commerce world, social environment. Sooner or later you will start to look dated and they will leave. This article therefore, is all about 'damage limitation' rather than 'cure'.


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Somehow, it seems unlikely that an anticipated result of high fuel prices would be a massive upsurge in online commerce. However, that is precisely what has happened.

"There's going to be a lot of talk about Christmas shop...

The International Conference on Intelligent Agents, Web Technology and Internet Commerce - IAWTIC'2004.

12-14 July 2004
Sheraton Mirage Hotel
Gold Coast - Australia

This conference is a conduit ...

Its not really surprising that someone thought up this idea for one of the newest virtual worlds, it does kinda make sense that the porn industry would see value in the virtual.

Red Light World, the latest graphical virtual ...

The country's biggest phone and cable companies have agreed to hand over information about their broadband networks to help the federal government produce a national map showing where high-speed Internet connections are available across th...

Roughly 40 percent of Americans do not have high-speed Internet access at home, according to new Commerce Department figures that underscore the challenges facing policymakers who are trying to bring affordable broadband connections to all ...