In between chowing down on turkey, slurping up cranberry sauce, and sucking down a cold beverage or two with friends and family, we’ve been busy shopping.
Why are you letting it suck? Do you not like money? What is wrong with you?
Big money for the next generation of payments.
Boxed offers all the savings of a your local Sam’s Club without the travel, lines, and desperation.
With more mobile phones than people, Latin America presents a significant and untapped opportunity for mobile commerce.
Shopping search engine TheFind unveiled its new iPad app that wants to create a new and improved customer experience on tablets.
The payments system can be used by hooking up the new Corona plugin for payments, which will work with all Android app and game purchases, including Nook purchases — something the Nook team has been excited about for months already.
It is indeed an honor when a year-old startup with two or three million dollars in annualized revenue scores a $100 million investment. An unusual honor, as well. But there’s method behind the madness.
Editor’s Pick Mick Jagger can’t get no satisfaction, but apparently a lot of 14-year-old boys can. So too, fortunately, can Apple, Amazon, QVC, and NewEgg clients.
That fancy new app the marketing department wants so you can sell more paperweights may not be your best investment. In fact, unless you’re lucky or really, really good, the app might just end up being the digital equivalent of a paperweight itself.
Mobile commerce has been the next big thing for some time now, and it’s not all hype: 16.3 percent of all online Black Friday online sales were consummated over mobile.
Editor’s Pick When you’re looking to scale quickly, it helps to be a high-growth company in a high-growth industry in a high-growth country.
Tomorrow, the Paris-based company that built MasterCard’s PayPass API and counts McDonalds and Reeboks as its mobile commerce clients will release the Airtag Kit: a full collection of everything developers need to start building mobile payment apps.
Consumers shopping from mobile devices over the holidays played a significant role in record online sales. But which retailers won these mobile shoppers over with the best experiences?
If the name “Cyber Monday” makes you think of your shameful AIM exploits in the late ’90s, a new trend may make your day.
Mobile commerce in the United States will reach $31 billion by 2016, Forrester Research estimates in its latest report. But while that represents significant growth for mobile commerce, it will still remain just a tiny portion of overall ecommerce sales in 2016 and an even smaller portion of total retail sales.
Guest Post 2011 will be a year of economic recovery and continued drama in Silicon Valley, marked by the hyped battles of Apple vs. Google, Google vs. Facebook, and Oracle vs. the rest of the enterprise world. Without further ado, here is the 4th annual edition of my technology predictions.
[Update: Corrected to reflect exact wording of Andreessen's quote]
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