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  • What Apple Pay means for retailers

    / Mobile Commerce

    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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  • Apple bids to transform payments and mobile commerce

    / Mobile Commerce

    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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  • How Apple’s iOS 8 will change online shopping

    / Mobile Commerce

    How Apple’s iOS 8 will change online shopping

    Two online retail experts discuss how Apple opening its fingerprint scanner and widgets to developers and other iOS 8 developments will change shopping as well as the so-called Internet of Things.

    Posted 07/10/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Two online retail experts discuss how Apple opening its fingerprint scanner and widgets to developers and other iOS 8 developments will change shopping as well as the so-called Internet of Things.

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  • Good B2B site design begins and ends with the user

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    Good B2B site design begins and ends with the user

    B2B sites that sell primarily to businesses or individual buyers, can employ features and functions that mirror top online retailing sites, but it’s all about giving users the tools they need for quick and painless purchasing, a pair of design experts told attendees recently at IRCE 2014 in Chicago.

    Posted 06/24/2014Mark BrohanPost a comment

    B2B sites that sell primarily to businesses or individual buyers, can employ features and functions that mirror top online retailing sites, but it’s all about giving users the tools they need for quick and painless purchasing, a pair of design experts told attendees recently at IRCE 2014 in…

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  • With iOS 8, Apple brings one-touch checkout to the masses

    / Mobile Commerce

    With iOS 8, Apple brings one-touch checkout to the masses

    Apple unveiled the latest version of its mobile operating system, which at last opens up the company’s Touch ID biometric fingerprint scanner to developers.

    Posted 06/02/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Apple unveiled the latest version of its mobile operating system, which at last opens up the company’s Touch ID biometric fingerprint scanner to developers.

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  • The best and worst mobile commerce apps, according to consumers

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    The best and worst mobile commerce apps, according to consumers

    The apps of web-only retailers Amazon.com, Groupon and Fanatics are much loved by mobile shoppers, while the apps of chain merchants Costco, Sears and Home Depot need some work, Pivotal Labs says. But Wal-Mart shows even old-school retailers can do mobile right.

    Posted 05/20/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The apps of web-only retailers Amazon.com, Groupon and Fanatics are much loved by mobile shoppers, while the apps of chain merchants Costco, Sears and Home Depot need some work, Pivotal Labs says. But Wal-Mart shows even old-school retailers can do mobile right.

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  • New York City drugstore pilots tracking via Apple’s iBeacon

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    New York City drugstore pilots tracking via Apple’s iBeacon

    Duane Reade, a chain of drugstores owned by Walgreens, rolls out an in-store tracking program to 10 Manhattan locations with the release of its new iPhone app. The app uses Bluetooth-powered beacons to pinpoint customers and present location-based offers.

    Posted 05/06/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Duane Reade, a chain of drugstores owned by Walgreens, rolls out an in-store tracking program to 10 Manhattan locations with the release of its new iPhone app. The app uses Bluetooth-powered beacons to pinpoint customers and present location-based offers.

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  • A niche e-retailer creates a mobile app for a niche within a niche

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    A niche e-retailer creates a mobile app for a niche within a niche

    Threadless.com has unveiled Type Tees, an iPhone app that opens a new line of business for the custom products e-retailer. Type Tees allows a consumer to quickly and easily order T-shirts that sport text saying whatever the consumer likes. The e-retailer's mobile traffic is split 80% web and 20% apps.

    Posted 04/28/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Threadless.com has unveiled Type Tees, an iPhone app that opens a new line of business for the custom products e-retailer. Type Tees allows a consumer to quickly and easily order T-shirts that sport text saying whatever the consumer likes. The e-retailer's mobile traffic is split 80% web and 20%…

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  • Formula for selling to teens: heavy mobile marketing plus stores

    / Marketing

    Formula for selling to teens: heavy mobile marketing plus stores

    Although teens are shopping more online, three-quarters of females and half of males still prefer to shop in stores. The key to connecting with them is through their mobile phones, Piper Jaffray says in a new report.

    Posted 04/18/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Although teens are shopping more online, three-quarters of females and half of males still prefer to shop in stores. The key to connecting with them is through their mobile phones, Piper Jaffray says in a new report.

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  • Mobile B2B app maker Handshake gets $8 million

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    Mobile B2B app maker Handshake gets $8 million

    The company says it’s moving beyond its initial focus on providing mobile order management for sales reps as it seeks to “make wholesale buying and selling feel more like shopping online.”

    Posted 04/01/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The company says it’s moving beyond its initial focus on providing mobile order management for sales reps as it seeks to “make wholesale buying and selling feel more like shopping online.”

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