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  • Apple’s App Store rings up $10 billion in 2013

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    Apple’s App Store rings up $10 billion in 2013

    The No. 1 retailer in mobile commerce lifts the curtain on its App Store, revealing that more than half of its total app sales since the 2008 launch of the App Store occurred last year. Apple owns 63% of the mobile app market compared with Android’s 37%, an app analytics firm finds.

    Posted 01/07/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    …lifts the curtain on its App Store, revealing that more than half of its total app sales since the 2008 launch of the App Store occurred last year. Apple owns 63% of the mobile app market compared with Android’s 37%, an app analytics firm finds.

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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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  • Where the eyeballs are

    / Mobile Commerce

    Where the eyeballs are

    As digital ad spending shifts to mobile, Google, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, eBay and others are each betting that marketers will reach consumers in the future via mobile ad networks. But it’s still early days and there are plenty of kinks to work out.

    Posted 09/22/2014Zak StamborPost a comment

    As digital ad spending shifts to mobile, Google, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, eBay and others are each betting that marketers will reach consumers in the future via mobile ad networks. But it’s still early days and there are plenty of kinks to work out.

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  • Room at the Table

    Room at the Table

    While the largest online retailers continue to dominate North American e-retailing, innovative newcomers and fast-movers in Internet Retailer's 2014 Top 500 Guide show there's still room aplenty to take part in the e-commerce feast.

    Posted 05/02/2014Stefany ZarobanPost a comment

    While the largest online retailers continue to dominate North American e-retailing, innovative newcomers and fast-movers in Internet Retailer's 2014 Top 500 Guide show there's still room aplenty to take part in the e-commerce feast.

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  • The top 100 e-retailers that make mobile purchasing easy

    / Mobile Commerce

    The top 100 e-retailers that make mobile purchasing easy

    A team of mobile analysts goes screen by screen through 72 m-commerce sites.

    Posted 11/18/2013Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    A team of mobile analysts goes screen by screen through 72 m-commerce sites.

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  • What Amazon’s smartphone means for e-retailers

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    What Amazon’s smartphone means for e-retailers

    Amazon revealed its long-rumored Fire smartphone today. While the hardware specs are impressive, the most-important detail for online retailers, analysts say, is a feature that allows users to scan real-world objects and shop.

    Posted 06/18/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Amazon revealed its long-rumored Fire smartphone today. While the hardware specs are impressive, the most-important detail for online retailers, analysts say, is a feature that allows users to scan real-world objects and shop.

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  • A new theory on why Apple device owners spend far more than Android users

    / Mobile Commerce

    A new theory on why Apple device owners spend far more than Android users

    What used to be pegged to demographics, namely household income, might be attributable to the type of technology solutions Apple owners desire, one m-commerce expert says.

    Posted 08/19/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    What used to be pegged to demographics, namely household income, might be attributable to the type of technology solutions Apple owners desire, one m-commerce expert says.

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  • 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.
  • Apple poised to supercharge mobile payments

    / Mobile Commerce

    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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  • 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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