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It's Boom Times For Pop-Up Shops As Mobile Shopping Clicks

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A Nordstrom salesperson shows a customer an online selection of shoes on an in-store iPad. Like some other retailers, Nordstrom is using mobile devices to make on-the-spot sales and check companywide product inventory instantly. Courtesy of Nordstrom hide caption

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Forget The Register: Stores Use Mobile To Make Sales On The Spot

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