Some 47 percent of mobile users in the U.K. would like to use their mobile phone more to pay for physical or quasi-physical goods and services.
James Hayes, division vice president of IT for Hancock Fabrics, estimates that EarthLink's multi-faceted solution will save Hancock Fabrics approximately 20 percent over their previous plan.
In the U.S., Amazon is the most popular shopping destination for mobile users, with a 36.3-percent market share of traffic; eBay comes in second with 16 percent, followed by Craigslist with 11.5 percent.
Founded in 1982 as a local Danish jewelry shop, Pandora today has stores in more than 80 countries with 10,000 retail locations and 1,200 concept stores.
Available in both iOS and Android versions of the Walgreens mobile app, the platform enables users to consult virtually with physicians for a range of acute conditions.
Retail Customer Experience will host a free webinar that delves into the impact mobile technology is having on this holiday season, including analysis of this year's Black Friday shopping event.
SALT Technology Inc. announced a new payment experience designed to bridge the gap between online, physical and mobile channels for customer checkout.
Social network also is still testing a Buy button as it enhances position as an e-commerce portal.
Eighty-one percent of survey respondents said the accessibility of discount, deal and coupon sites have affected their willingness to pay full price. In fact, 35 percent said they never pay full price for items online.
Yes, you read that right. What's more, the mobile network provider predicts that units will exceed 6.1 billion by 2020.
Millennials are the most likely to shop on those dates.
Among the U.S. retailers to use the service at launch are Macy's, Kenneth Cole, Athleta and Payless Shoesource.
Survey underscores retail's disconnects: Three quarters of online retailers promote irrelevant products, while others fail to build customer relationships that drive repeat purchases.
A new report has been issued from Kent State University's School of Journalism and Mass Communications titled "Business on Demand," a collaboration between the university and CBD Marketing.
The report found shoppers are using their phones mostly to compare pricing and read product reviews, but retailers' tech-enabled associates are using mobile devices primarily for transactional purposes.