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Apple Pay service uses fingerprint ID technology
Sept. 17, 2014, Cupertino, Calif. – Apple recently rolled out Apple Pay, a new category of service the company says will transform mobile payments with an easy, secure and private way to pay using a device that identifies users through fingerprint technology.  | READ MORE
 
Gourmet coffee vending business gains 'dragon' as advisor
Sept. 16, 2014, Mississauga, Ont. – Bruce Croxon, web business pioneer, co-founder of Lavalife and former star of CBC’s TV show Dragon’s Den, will be an advisor to a Toronto-area gourmet coffee vending company.  | READ MORE
 
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Games maker Rovio upset over alleged copies of Angry Birds
Sept. 15, 2014, New York – Finnish mobile games maker Rovio is suing Allstar Vending based in Quebec and Toy Amazon of California for selling allegedly counterfeit trinkets based on its game, reports Reuters.
Finnish mobile games maker Rovio, which owns the globally successful Angry Birds brand, is suing two North American companies for selling allegedly counterfeit trinkets based on its famous game.


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Could you run your car on coffee?
Sept. 12, 2014, Bath, U.K. – New research suggests waste coffee grinds could be used to make biodiesel. Oil can be extracted from coffee grounds by soaking them in an organic solvent before being chemically transformed into biodiesel via a process called "transesterification." | READ MORE
 
PayRange announces Canadian distribution partners
Sept. 10, 2014, Portland, OR – Four Canadian vending companies are partnering with PayRange on distribution of its mobile payment systems.  | READ MORE
 
Canada to press for lower credit-card fees for stores
Sept 9, 2014, Ottawa – Finance Minister Joe Oliver is pressing credit-card companies and banks to accept lower transaction fees paid by retailers, reports The Montreal Gazette. | READ MORE
 
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