Android Pay has gone live in Australia, boasting a larger range of partnered financial institutions than either Apple’s or Samsung’s payment offerings.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has announced that it will be trialling a virtual reality store with an eye to rolling out the tech later this year.
Samsung has launched its Samsung Pay payment service in Australia, but has yet to find a partner from one of the big four banks.
Apple Pay will soon be available for use on desktop and mobile websites, but only for shoppers using Apple’s browser with Apple computers and mobile devices.
With some state governments starting to offer LED lighting incentives, retailers can make significant savings by switching to more energy-efficient lighting.
Want to take the pain out of the retail inventory count process? Vend has launched a free barcode scanner app that is compatible with most retail software.
Google recently announced some new artificial intelligence-driven products including a AI-powered messaging app, and retailers should be paying attention.
C2B messaging app URGE is creating a business directory that allows customers to search for a business and text it, providing a real-time messaging service.
Mobile, the internet of things and big data provide a powerful technology combination that allows retailers to understand their customers in unprecedented ways.
Jack Dorsey’s Square has partnered with a selection of Australian retailers — including Officeworks, Bunnings and Apple — to sell the Square Reader.