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The launch last week of Line Shop, a free application for both buyers and sellers, is also expected to drive the growth of e-commerce, especially consumer-to-consumer (C2C) e-commerce. Line Shop was developed by Naver Japan, the operator of Line, the
Technology innovations and disruptive products and services are driving a rapid mobile evolution. And not just in Silicon Valley but across the globe in technology hubs worldwide. Just look at the developments seen in mobile banking, mobile payments,
Smartphones now account for a great share of mobile commerce purchases than tablets, according to data from Custora . However, as we know, the path to purchase begins long before someone clicks "buy." And, as it turns out, 41% of e-commerce purchases
Research indicates that the average consumer in the United States spent two hours and 38 minutes on tablets and smartphones each day in 2013. Based on these numbers, within just three short years, mobile apps will become completely mainstream.
However, advances in the banking system and the development of a new knowledge society, based on information technology, has led to the emergence of a new type of commerce known today as electronic or e-commerce, defamed by the US Census Bureau as "
The report “Mobile Commerce and Payments in Retail POS and Shopping″ by Global Wireless Research are now available at www.rnrmarketresearch.com. Online shopping is taking a toll on bricks
Northern Caribbean University, has partnered with Flexkom International to introduce a new mobile commerce (m-commerce) concept in Jamaica that will see both customers and businesses benefitting from cashback when a purchase is made at participating
Guest post written by Peri Kadaster Director of Strategy and Marketing at Monitise , helming the Middle East / Africa region's initiatives in international business. When you hear the word startup, the first place that comes to mind probably isn't
In June 2014 , smartphones generated 34.4% of total online visits (61.9% iOS, 37.3% Android) representing a market share increase of 43.3% from June 2013 . Meanwhile, the market share of non-mobile (desktop/laptop) visits decreased 19.0% from June
A model demonstrates a virtual fitting room using augmented reality technology in Tokyo. Photograph: Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP The London Eye is probably the right place for blue sky thinking, and there is a lot of it going on as the capsule dangles over a