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  • / Press Release

    PriceGrabber.com Launches iPhone Mobile Shopping Application

    Shoppers can now compare prices, read reviews and save items to their favorites list all at the touch of a button on their iPhone LOS ANGELES, Dec. 10-- PriceGrabber.com®, a part of Experian, today announced the launch of its free(1) comparison shopping application for the iPhone(TM). This application will give mobile shoppers access to PriceGrabber.com`s comprehensive shopping experience from their iPhone. With this application, iPhone users...

    Posted 12/11/2009

    Shoppers can now compare prices, read reviews and save items to their favorites list all at the touch of a button on their iPhone LOS ANGELES, Dec. 10-- PriceGrabber.com®, a part of Experian, today announced the launch of its free(1) comparison shopping application for the iPhone(TM). This…
  • / Marketing

    Tommy Hilfiger launches a rich mobile app for stylish iPhone users

    Apparel retailer Tommy Hilfiger has created a robust m-commerce experience that enables consumers to browse, search and buy. And it’s using newly launched mobile technology from e-commerce and now m-commerce technology vendor ATG.

    Posted 09/30/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Apparel retailer Tommy Hilfiger has created a robust m-commerce experience that enables consumers to browse, search and buy. And it’s using newly launched mobile technology from e-commerce and now m-commerce technology vendor ATG.
  • / Technology

    Apple site goes down for three hours in wake of new iPhone release

    Apple’s retail web site, Store.Apple.com, was unavailable for more than three hours yesterday as consumers flocked to the site following the release of a new version of the iPhone and a major discount offer on the older iPhone, an industry source says.

    Posted 06/09/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Apple’s retail web site, Store.Apple.com, was unavailable for more than three hours yesterday as consumers flocked to the site following the release of a new version of the iPhone and a major discount offer on the older iPhone, an industry source says.
  • / Technology

    New program lets companies swap ad space in mobile apps to drive downloads

    Mobile ad network AdMob has launched the free iPhone Download Exchange. Retailers and other companies that advertise through AdMob can have ads for their iPhone apps placed within each others’ apps at no cost. The service is designed to boost downloads.

    Posted 05/26/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Mobile ad network AdMob has launched the free iPhone Download Exchange. Retailers and other companies that advertise through AdMob can have ads for their iPhone apps placed within each others’ apps at no cost. The service is designed to boost downloads.
  • / Press Release

    ExactTarget Introduces iPhone App for Email Marketing

    Industry’s First iPhone App Allows Marketers to Track, Pause Emails INDIANAPOLIS (May 19, 2009) – On-demand email and one-to-one marketing solutions provider ExactTarget launched its iPhone app today, giving marketers the industry’s first mobile solution to track and interact with their email marketing campaigns. ExactTarget for iPhone provides email marketers mobile access to their ExactTarget account where they can view, pause or resume an...

    Posted 05/26/2009

    Industry’s First iPhone App Allows Marketers to Track, Pause Emails INDIANAPOLIS (May 19, 2009) – On-demand email and one-to-one marketing solutions provider ExactTarget launched its iPhone app today, giving marketers the industry’s first mobile solution to track and interact with their email…
  • / E-Retailers

    Apple and AT&T sour on U.S. online sales for iPhone 3G

    Only days away from launch, Apple and AT&T say they won’t sell the latest version of iPhone online – at least not in the U.S. The move could cost both companies a significant business opportunity, research analysts say.

    Posted 07/09/2008Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Only days away from launch, Apple and AT&T say they won’t sell the latest version of iPhone online – at least not in the U.S. The move could cost both companies a significant business opportunity, research analysts say.
  • How the iPhone could boost m-commerce

    A survey by Viewpoints.com found that 48% of iPhone users frequently use their iPhones to look up specific information online, compared to 5% of other cell phone users. And 45% of iPhone owners use their phones to browse online, compared to 6% for users of other cell phones.

    Posted 03/28/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    A survey by Viewpoints.com found that 48% of iPhone users frequently use their iPhones to look up specific information online, compared to 5% of other cell phone users. And 45% of iPhone owners use their phones to browse online, compared to 6% for users of other cell phones.
  • Consumers want it, but will businesses pick up on the iPhone

    It promises to bring online shopping from a handheld device to a whole new level, and consumers are showing early interest in Apple Inc.’s iPhone. 20% of surveyed consumers aged 18-24 with annual household incomes of $200,000 or more said they were somewhat likely to buy an iPhone, compared with 15% of those with lower household incomes.

    Posted 07/31/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    It promises to bring online shopping from a handheld device to a whole new level, and consumers are showing early interest in Apple Inc.’s iPhone. 20% of surveyed consumers aged 18-24 with annual household incomes of $200,000 or more said they were somewhat likely to buy an iPhone, compared with…
  • / Technology

    Apple iPhone subscribers phone in brisk activation sales

    Subscription sales for Apple’s iPhone are setting a brisk pace for AT&T Inc. The wireless carrier has activated service for more than 146,000 iPhone subscribers so far, of which more than 40% are new subscribers.

    Posted 07/25/2007Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Subscription sales for Apple’s iPhone are setting a brisk pace for AT&T Inc. The wireless carrier has activated service for more than 146,000 iPhone subscribers so far, of which more than 40% are new subscribers.
  • / Technology

    Survey finds consumers eager for Apple’s iPhone – but will they buy?

    15% of online consumers say they’re at least somewhat likely to buy the web-enabled iPhone. Among the 4% certain or very likely to buy, 58% say web browsing’s the reason.

    Posted 06/29/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    15% of online consumers say they’re at least somewhat likely to buy the web-enabled iPhone. Among the 4% certain or very likely to buy, 58% say web browsing’s the reason.

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