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RocketDriver, a leading mobile solutions and infrastructure provider, has experienced phenomenal growth over the last several months. Based on the ongoing, skyrocketing popularity and ubiquity of mobile devices, the company expects its growth to
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This phenomenon known as showrooming was supposed to be the death knell for bricks-and-mortar retailers...In fact, the opposite behavior is far more common than showrooming. More people go online to see what they might want to buy and then head to
Now picture yourself on a weekend trip with a group of friends. We won't go into details, but things look a little different, don't they?...Physical location and surroundings have a lot to do with our mindset, and can influence how we do just about
Russia, 23 July 2014 - Business companies implement different marketing techniques to sell their products. Internet being one of the most efficient and popular communication mediums, companies are trying to use this platform for
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 "