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The increasing prevalence of smartphone usage is challenging for online retailers developing a one-size-fits-all mobile shopping experience, which is at odds with what is happening in reality.
In what’s being touted as a means of making online payments easier for people with disabilities, Chinese marketplace group Alibaba has shown off a new technology that allows people to pay for products with a selfie.
A study released by PayPal and Ipsos earlier today puts figures on a longstanding assumption that mobile commerce is growing at a very rapid pace.
The retail arm of Australia’s national broadcaster has launched a new sales channel for smartphone users, according to a press release received today.
New research from payments provider PayPal reveals that Australians are spending in excess of five times longer getting ready for Christmas than actually enjoying the holiday period.
US multichannel fashion and homewares retailer Urban Outfitters is looking to use beacon technology to reconsolidate its youth market by incorporating beacon technology into its omnichannel in-store experience.
It’s taken nearly a full year, but Starbucks finally seems ready to roll out its Click & Collect service, while smaller rivals are already looking for the next big innovation.
More and more people are starting to trust their smartphones with online purchases as mobile conversion growth outstrips desktops, an advertising platform’s study reveals.
US online retailer eBags has taken a leaf out of the Tinder playbook, encouraging customers to swipe to vote in or vote out favourites.