First News Briefs for February 13, 2013
Braintree, a payments platform for online and mobile commerce, today announced Wrapp, the social gifting app that allows consumers to send free and paid digital gift cards using mobile devices or the web, has selected the company as its payments provider. In addition to using the sophisticated platform, Wrapp is also now available on Venmo Touch in the US, Braintree’s new service that enables one touch payments across multiple mobile applications.
Pervasip Corp.'s wholly-owned subsidiary, Vox Communications, a cloud-based voice and video communications solutions, apps and services provider, has signed a contract with P2PCash that allows P2PCash to sell Vox's VoIP service in the form of "BitMinutes." When consumers buy BitMinutes from P2PCash, they can use any phone in the U.S. or Canada to make low cost calls by dialing into the VoX VoIP platform via an 800 number.
ForeScout Technologies, Inc., a provider of real-time network security solutions for Global 1000 enterprises and government organizations, and MobileIron, a provider of security and management for mobile apps, documents and devices, today announced that they are partnering to deliver a complete multi-layered security system for enterprise BYOD.
Declaring Feb. 13 as “National Breakup Day,” Virgin Mobile USA will give customers $100 off the purchase of a new Samsung Galaxy SII 4G on a Beyond Talk no-contract plan at www.virginmobileusa.com2, encouraging customers to "break free" from traditional carriers.