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LBMA Podcast: PlaceIQ Partners With Mazda, Amazon’s Drone Delivery

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Welcome to episode #159. On the show: Singtel soft-launches their shopping app Lyke; PayPal partners with OrderBird in Germany; Amazon’s Air Drone delivery service; Texas Instruments patents indoor location; Apple buys Topsy; Tantrum Street launches Cartwheel register; Mazda partners with PlaceIQ. Our mobile minute with Chuck Martin highlights Black Friday and Cyber Monday mobile stats. Our featured app is Eye Got You Covered. Our special guest is Marc Castrechini, VP Software Development of Merchant Warehouse.

Episode 159

Recorded: December 7, 2013
Hosts: Rob Woodbridge & Asif Khan

Show highlights:

A few announcements
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A Mobile Minute with Chuck Martin: Black Friday and Cyber Monday mobile shopping stats (2:30)

Special guest of the week: Marc Castrechini, VP software development of Merchant Warehouse (27:55)

App fascination of the week:: Eye Got You Covered (5:35)

Top news of the week

1. Singtel soft launches their Lyke App (9:55)
2. PayPal partners with OrderBird (16:22)
3. Amazon’s Air Drone Delivery Service (21:45)
4. Texas Instruments patent on indoor location (33:40)
5. Apple buys Topsy (38:00)
6. Dallas merchants use Cartwheel register (45:45)

Resource of the week: Mazda partners with PlaceIQ at the dealership (52:22)


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