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  • How do you say Darth Vader in German?

    / Mobile Commerce

    How do you say Darth Vader in German?

    Exclusive: After a year in operation, international kids apparel e-retailer LamaLoLi.com’s m-commerce site, which offers versions in multiple languages, generates 20% of the merchant’s total B2C web revenue, the company’s CEO tells Internet Retailer.

    Posted 10/23/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Exclusive: After a year in operation, international kids apparel e-retailer LamaLoLi.com’s m-commerce site, which offers versions in multiple languages, generates 20% of the merchant’s total B2C web revenue, the company’s CEO tells Internet Retailer.
  • Stamps.com collects another shipping software vendor

    / Technology

    Stamps.com collects another shipping software vendor

    ShipWorks becomes the second shipping software vendor to be bought by Stamps.com in the past few months. Stamps.com acquired ShipStation earlier this year.

    Posted 10/21/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    ShipWorks becomes the second shipping software vendor to be bought by Stamps.com in the past few months. Stamps.com acquired ShipStation earlier this year.
  • Today’s the day for Apple Pay

    / E-Retailers

    Today’s the day for Apple Pay

    The much-publicized mobile payment system is due to roll out in stores and mobile apps today, once Apple releases an update to its mobile operating system. At least 36 retail and restaurant chains will accept Apple Pay in physical locations, and another 23 in mobile apps.

    Posted 10/20/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    The much-publicized mobile payment system is due to roll out in stores and mobile apps today, once Apple releases an update to its mobile operating system. At least 36 retail and restaurant chains will accept Apple Pay in physical locations, and another 23 in mobile apps.

    Related Content:Apple Pay

  • Mobile ads lead to more conversions

    / Mobile Commerce

    Mobile ads lead to more conversions

    Ads on smartphones and tablets account for 30% of conversions on Google and 35% of conversions on Facebook.

    Posted 10/17/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Ads on smartphones and tablets account for 30% of conversions on Google and 35% of conversions on Facebook.

    Related Content:Mobile

  • New tech enables laser scanners to scan coupons on smartphones

    / Mobile Commerce

    New tech enables laser scanners to scan coupons on smartphones

    Samsung and Mobeam team with a new light technology that replicates printed bar codes on mobile devices and allows them to be scanned in stores even by conventional laser scanners, which previously was impossible.

    Posted 10/14/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Samsung and Mobeam team with a new light technology that replicates printed bar codes on mobile devices and allows them to be scanned in stores even by conventional laser scanners, which previously was impossible.
  • What kind of push notifications are you sending to customers?

    / Mobile Commerce

    What kind of push notifications are you sending to customers?

    Personalized push notifications perform better than standard fare, an Aberdeen Group mobile study of 162 companies across various industries shows.

    Posted 10/14/2014Matt LindnerPost a comment

    Personalized push notifications perform better than standard fare, an Aberdeen Group mobile study of 162 companies across various industries shows.

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