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Schmidt, Zuckerberg, Bartz Share Mobile Payment, Internet Strategies at Web 2.0 Summit

Google CEO describes the mobile payment features in the next Android operating system as a replacement for credit cards.

Bank Systems & Technology's sibling publication, InformationWeek, has just wrapped up its Web 2.0 Summit, which featured technology luminaries such as Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google; Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and Carol Bartz, CEO of Yahoo. If you missed it, you can watch these interviews here:

"A Conversation with Eric Schmidt" -- Google's new Gingerbread operating system will enable mobile payments, the company's CEO shares. "One way to think of this is as a way to replace your credit card," he says.

"A Conversation with Mark Zuckerberg"-- the Facebook CEO explains why he developed Facebook Messages.

"A Conversation with Carol Bartz"-- Yahoo's leader explains what Yahoo is and where it's going.

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