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S.H., Tulsa "Giving gift cards is an easy solution when you don't know what to buy someone," said Bill Hardekopf, CEO of LowCards.com, "but giving cash guarantees your gift will be used and not forgotten in someone's wallet. Gift cards are not all
What was at one time considered a quick, if highly impersonal, way to take care of someone on your gift list has become big business for card issuers and retailers...Consumers don't even have to physically buy these cards in stores anymore thanks to
Limitless Computing Inc. ® , a leading provider of 3D mobile Augmented Reality, today announced Circulizar, a new standard for virtual gift-giving through Facebook. Facebook friends and family will be delighted to receive myriad surprises, such as a
One of its first victims, a 20-year old man from Southern Russia, hanged himself after his former lover used a social network to spread rumors that he was homosexual...The option, which is not yet available on any major global social networks, allows
The company saw Indians, both resident and non-resident, exchange 260,000 virtual gifts during the Diwali season. "The price of gifts was between Rs 5 to Rs 100. While virtual gifts like sweets were in the lower range, people did not hesitate to gift
mig33, the world's largest mobile-first community, today announced that its members purchased more than 40 million virtual gifts in 2010, with sales more than doubling in several countries during the year's final six months.
The Woodland Hills entrepreneur last month launched iCardMall, a service specializing in virtual gift cards and e-greeting cards. More than 80 brands are available through her Web site, covering everything from Chili's to Sears. It was a natural fit
Sephora is encouraging you to be more naughty than nice this holiday with Beauty Envy, a fun, new interactive Facebook App that allows you to keep, swap and even steal the most spectacular virtual beauty gifts of the season.
Bajiwala, an entrepreneur by profession, joined the social networking community three years ago and spends up to eight hours on mobile, interacting with his friends. "I like exchanging virtual gifts regularly. I spend the most on virtual presents
A service called Bartab is making it possible for friends to use Facebook and a cell phone to send each other vouchers for actual drinks that can be collected at local watering holes. The drinks are cheap, too, costing the sender and recipient $1