Big data offers numerous potential benefits to online retailers. However, due to the often overwhelming nature of big data analytics, many opportunities for customising the consumer experience are going largely untapped.
When Amazon Dash debuted earlier this year, the news seemed far too good to be true. A physical button located in your home to place an order for goods online to be home delivered as you run out of them? It had to be an April Fools’ joke, surely.
American Express has launched Amex Express Checkout, through which US. card members can check out quickly online by using their AmericanExpress.com login.
Target trials a new retail concept and experimental store to figure out the challenge that is selling the smart home to the mainstream consumer.
Two ex-Amazon employees have joined forces to launch Mona, a mobile app available as a public beta, designed to put a personal shopper in your pocket.
As the e-commerce giant faces increasing delivery costs, Amazon is considering paying ordinary people to deliver its packages through a new mobile app.
To capture the different hardware types, uses and common capabilities applied to wearables, APX Labs has put together a Periodic Table of Wearable Technology.
Does the idea of controlling a device by swiping your hand down your shirt sleeve or rubbing your fingers together over your jacket sound a little out there? Well think again.
A new indoor navigation system using LED lights rather than WiFi to pinpoint a user’s location to within a metre is being rolled out in French supermarkets.
Australia’s next social media shopping platform, Bountye, has launched to re-create community commerce for the booming second hand economy.