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T.G.I. Fridays, Tabbedout Make iPhone-based Mobile Payments A Reality

This week featured a handful of announcements relating to using your iPhone as a virtual wallet including news of Boston’s smartphone-based commuter rail payment system and CVS integrating its loyalty card system into its iPhone app. Capping the week is news that restaurant chain T.G.I. Fridays announcement that more than of its franchises in the [...] Related Stories Solar-Powered In-Car Hands-Free Bluetooth Speakerphone Sherlock Holmes Uses His iPhone To Beam Up To The U.
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