Interactive Data Corporation, a leading provider of financial market data, analytics and related solutions, today announced that it has launched PrimeTerminal Mobile, a BlackBerry application that enables users to follow developments in the financial markets in real time and monitor their own portfolios at any time and from anywhere.
JPMorgan is to issue Apples iPads to all of its investment banking associates as part of a six-month trial of the tablet technology.
Bank of America and Citi are the latest financial services giants to consider letting their staff use iPhones and Google Android-based handsets as an alternative to BlackBerrys for corporate e-mail.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) has launched a payments development toolkit to encourage developers to create their own transactional apps for selling digital goods and services over the handset.
Standard Chartered is switching from bankers' favourite BlackBerry to Apple's iPhone for its staff, according to Reuters.
PayPal today announced that its mobile "Send Money" application is now available for BlackBerry smartphones.
Bank of Montreal, MasterCard and Research in Motion (RIM) are teaming up on a trial that will see Canadians make payments using BlackBerrys equipped with contactless stickers.
The London Metal Exchange (LME) has launched a new pricing and data service for web enabled standard BlackBerry, and new Smart Phones including Apple iPhones and the BlackBerry Storm within the latest version of LME Live - Anywhere, its mobile real-time pricing and market data solution.
Charge Anywhere, a leading provider of secure Point-of-Sale (POS) solutions and electronic payment services and a BlackBerry ISV Alliance Partner, is proud to announce a new release of its industry leading mobile card payment software application.
Thomson Reuters today unveiled a mobile application specifically aimed at meeting the needs of the investment banking community.
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