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Consumers Demand Quality Digital Experience - Ernst & Young Report

A fresh report on Australia's digital consumers released by Ernst & Young reveals a number of insights into the expectations of consumers and the potential opportunities in digital.

By Grant Arnott | 05 Jul 2017
Do Wearables Have A Future?

A just-released report paints an ordinary picture of Apple watch sales in Australia, prompting the question – do wearables have a future?

By Graham Jackson | 09 Sep 2015
Sony to Close Online Stores

Consumer electronics company Sony is dismantling its direct sales and e-commerce operations at the end of August to refocus on its dealer base.

By Sam Gopal | 12 Aug 2015
Mobile Boosting US Paid Search

US paid search ad spend has grown 22 percent year on year according to a new report, with mobile playing a major part in the growth.

By Sam Gopal | 14 Jul 2015
Matching M-commerce Experience to Customer Intent

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.

By Mark Troselj | 02 Jul 2015
eBay and Telsyte’s Report Predicts Our Future with Technology

eBay has teamed up with analyst firm Telsyte to determine the dominant sales trends and behavioural choices of eBay customers, published in a new report just released.

By Sam Gopal | 12 Jun 2015
Infographic: The Future of Retail - Bringing the Virtual Experience into Reality

As the phygital lines continue to blur, retailers need to be on top of four of the biggest retail technology trends bringing the virtual experience into the physical store.

By Sam Gopal | 09 Jun 2015
PayPal Launches Tap And Go Reader

PayPal Australia announced the launch of its next-model PayPal Here Chip/PIN card reader today, now compatible with Tap and Go.

By Rory Betteridge | 03 Mar 2015
M-Commerce Growth Triples Total Online Retail

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.

By Rory Betteridge | 19 Feb 2015