The latest company to benefit from the newfound attention on technologies to facilitate payments and credit and debit card adoption in emerging markets is the Mexican startup, Clip, which raised $8 mi
It seems every country needs its own Square clone these days. iZettle has been busy populating Europe, alongside Payleven, to name just two. Indeed, Mexico has its own version, <a target="_blank" href
<img src="http://crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/sansaclip.jpg" alt="Sansa Clip" />SanDisk has revved its line of tiny Sansa Clip players -- now called the Sansa Clip+ for those of you keepi
Oooh, that’s a good deal. Woot.com has the 2GB SanDisk Sansa Clip (see our review here) for a paltry $15.99 + $5 shipping. It’s refurbished, yes, but come on: you could spend on coffee, donuts, sm
Quick Version: Starting at under $40, the Sansa Clip from SanDisk makes an excellent wearable MP3 player if you’re looking for something small that still has plenty of features.