Donna Tam

covers e-commerce for C-NET

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Donna Tam covers Amazon, e-commerce, and mobile payments for CNET News. She is a San Francisco native who enjoys feasting, merrymaking, checking her Gmail and reading her Kindle. Before landing at CNET, she covered cows, trees and pot for the Eureka Times-Standard in Humboldt County.

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Apple launches a new service today that lets people use their iPhone 6 to pay for things instead of their credit cards.

Phones are the New Credit Cards

Apple launches a new service today that lets people use their iPhone 6 to pay for things instead of their credit cards.

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