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  • The Next Web UK

    Following on from the start of its US rollout in June last year, Starbucks is today starting to introduce wireless charging stations inside certain London locations. Unlike Qi-based, NFC charging, Starbucks’ system uses magnetic wireless charging, meaning you’ll need a little adapter to plug into your phone. The dongle’s, pictured below, are available for free use in store, or you can buy your...


    20/01/2015
  • Global Dashboard

    “Starbucks wifi not working on my iPhone #firstworldproblems” – if your twitter timeline is full of such stories, you are probably following a few too many Northern development experts. Though minor inconveniences still trouble their lives of unexotic comfort in … Continue reading →


    16/01/2015
  • Near Field Communications World

    Starbucks is now processing an average of seven million mobile payments a week, representing around 16% of all its transactions, CEO Howard Schultz has revealed during a first quarter earnings call in which he also... Read the rest of Starbucks increases mobile payments to 16% of total at NFC World+ .


    27/01/2015

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      Pinned onto App Mobile Now that’s what you call “grande.” By Luke Dormehl January 23, 2015 Forget about Apple Pay for a moment—when it comes to mobile payment big shots, no conversation can ignore Starbucks. Speaking about mobile payments during the company’s January 22nd earnings call, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz busted out some pretty impressive statistics that would even […] The post...


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