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  2. PayPal - Wikipedia

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    In November 2003, AT&T Corporation filed suit against eBay and PayPal claiming that their payment systems infringed an AT&T patent, filed in 1991 and granted in 1994. The case was settled out of court the following month, with the terms of the settlement undisclosed.

  3. Postpaid mobile phone - Wikipedia

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    Postpaid service mobile phone typically requires two essential components in order to make the 'post-usage' model viable: Credit history/Contractual commitment. This is the basis on which the service provider is able to trust the customer with paying their bill when it is due and to have legal recourse in case of non-payment; Service tenure.

  4. Cheque - Wikipedia

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    At "T + 4" clients would be able to withdraw funds on current accounts or at "T + 6" on savings accounts (though this will often happen earlier, at the bank's discretion). "T + 6" is the last day that a cheque can bounce without the recipient's permission—this is known as "certainty of fate".

  5. Landing page - Wikipedia

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    Types. There are two types of landing pages: reference and transactional. References. A reference landing page presents information that is relevant to the visitor. These can display text, images, dynamic compilations of relevant links or other elements.

  6. Near-field communication - Wikipedia

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    Near-field communication (NFC) is a set of communication protocols for communication between two electronic devices over a distance of 4 cm (1 1 ⁄ 2 in) or less. NFC offers a low-speed connection with simple setup that can be used to bootstrap more-capable wireless connections.

  7. List of software bugs - Wikipedia

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    AT&T long-distance network crash (January 15, 1990), in which the failure of one switching system would cause a message to be sent to nearby switching units to tell them that there was a problem. Unfortunately, the arrival of that message would cause those other systems to fail too – resulting in a cascading failure that rapidly spread across ...

  8. NCR Corporation - Wikipedia

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    NCR was acquired September 19, 1991 by AT&T Corporation for $7.4 billion and was joined with Teradata Corporation on February 28, 1992. As an AT&T subsidiary, its 1992 year-end headcount was 53,800 employees and contractors. By 1993, the subsidiary produced a year-end $1.287 billion net loss on $7.265 billion in revenue.

  9. Transaction processing system - Wikipedia

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    Transaction processing is a way of computing that divides work into individual, indivisible operations, called transactions. A transaction processing system (TPS) is a software system, or software/hardware combination, that supports transaction processing.