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  • The most important development in mobile commerce this year?

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    The most important development in mobile commerce this year?

    Lost in the Apple Pay in-store payments free-for-all is the fact that a handful of merchants are integrating one-touch mobile checkout via Apple Pay in their shopping apps. That’s a development that could have far-reaching effects on m-commerce and e-retail overall.

    Posted 09/18/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Lost in the Apple Pay in-store payments free-for-all is the fact that a handful of merchants are integrating one-touch mobile checkout via Apple Pay in their shopping apps. That’s a development that could have far-reaching effects on m-commerce and e-retail overall.
  • How Apple Pay could improve mobile payment security

    / Technology

    How Apple Pay could improve mobile payment security

    The addition of fingerprint verification makes Apple’s payment system more secure than those requiring just a four-digit pin, one expert says.

    Posted 09/18/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    The addition of fingerprint verification makes Apple’s payment system more secure than those requiring just a four-digit pin, one expert says.
  • What Apple Pay means for retailers

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    What Apple Pay means for retailers

    The adoption of Apple’s new mobile payment system depends on retailers installing terminals with new technology, and consumers finding it easier to pay with a smartphone than with plastic or cash. A change coming to store checkout counters could make it easier for many retailers to accept Apple Pay.

    Posted 09/12/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    The adoption of Apple’s new mobile payment system depends on retailers installing terminals with new technology, and consumers finding it easier to pay with a smartphone than with plastic or cash. A change coming to store checkout counters could make it easier for many retailers to accept Apple…

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  • Will the Apple Watch impact online shopping?

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    Will the Apple Watch impact online shopping?

    There is potential, mobile commerce experts say, for the wearable mobile device due in early 2015. While Apple has created a smartwatch unlike any other on the market today, just how important the device will be in retailers’ overall plans remains unclear.

    Posted 09/10/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    There is potential, mobile commerce experts say, for the wearable mobile device due in early 2015. While Apple has created a smartwatch unlike any other on the market today, just how important the device will be in retailers’ overall plans remains unclear.
  • Apple bids to transform payments and mobile commerce

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    Apple bids to transform payments and mobile commerce

    The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus introduced today offer larger screens, mobile wallets, wireless payment technology, faster processors, higher screen resolutions and more. They will boost retailers' conversion rates on smartphones and encourage consumers to pay with their phones, experts say. And there’s a watch, too.

    Posted 09/09/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus introduced today offer larger screens, mobile wallets, wireless payment technology, faster processors, higher screen resolutions and more. They will boost retailers' conversion rates on smartphones and encourage consumers to pay with their phones, experts say. And…

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  • What do the top five mobile commerce apps have in common?

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    What do the top five mobile commerce apps have in common?

    Besides enabling billions of dollars in mobile sales this year? Well, they share four key features and functions that help consumers make the decision to purchase products.

    Posted 09/04/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Besides enabling billions of dollars in mobile sales this year? Well, they share four key features and functions that help consumers make the decision to purchase products.

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    Facebook, eBay and Apple experience web site interruptions

    Consumers could not access all or some of their web sites over the past few days.

    Posted 09/04/2014Bloomberg NewsPost a comment

    Consumers could not access all or some of their web sites over the past few days.
  • Apple poised to supercharge mobile payments

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    Apple poised to supercharge mobile payments

    With biometric and NFC technologies—not to mention the big three credit card companies—on board, Apple may provide the spark that (finally) lights a mobile payments fire, enabling consumers to pay in stores with their iPhones. And merchants may not need new POS terminals, one expert suggests.

    Posted 09/03/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    With biometric and NFC technologies—not to mention the big three credit card companies—on board, Apple may provide the spark that (finally) lights a mobile payments fire, enabling consumers to pay in stores with their iPhones. And merchants may not need new POS terminals, one expert suggests.

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  • Mobile commerce: The 50%-plus club

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    Mobile commerce: The 50%-plus club

    Members of this elite club will see more than half of their total web sales in 2014 stem from smartphones and tablets, and are leading the way to the future of web retailing, according to the newly published 2015 Internet Retailer Mobile 500.

    Posted 08/27/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Members of this elite club will see more than half of their total web sales in 2014 stem from smartphones and tablets, and are leading the way to the future of web retailing, according to the newly published 2015 Internet Retailer Mobile 500.

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  • Android apps are more likely to produce high-risk transactions than Apple apps

    / Technology

    Android apps are more likely to produce high-risk transactions than Apple apps

    A new report from fraud prevention vendor iovation also shows a higher rate of risky transactions on mobile web sites than in mobile apps.

    Posted 06/26/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    A new report from fraud prevention vendor iovation also shows a higher rate of risky transactions on mobile web sites than in mobile apps.

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