Location-based sensor fusion technology for smartphones represents a "huge potential" for mobile advertising and retail, judges ABI Research.
Retailers should expect to see an "omni-channnel" approach to holiday shopping this season--PC, laptop, tablet and smartphone all working together, says Yabbly CEO Tom Leung.
Digital commerce and payment processing services firm First Data acquired consumer loyalty platform Perka for an undisclosed consideration.
The indoor location market is forecast by ABI Research to reach $4 billion in 2018, fueled by wireless technology as well as vendors offering venues such as shopping malls, warehouse retailers, airports and stadiums products to provide content and services to mobile device users based on their location.
Online retailers expect healthy sales increases this year with mobile commerce playing a major role.
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Mobile commerce is front and center on the radar of most retailers today and they are focusing on making the experience as easy as possible for whatever device a consumer uses.
The number of smartphone users who use their devices for mobile ticketing is forecast by Juniper Research to double by 2018, reaching close to 1 billion users by then.
Verizon Wireless (NYSE: VZ), AT&T (NYSE: T) and T-Mobile USA will team to launch Isis, a nationwide mobile commerce network enabling consumers to make point-of-sale purchases via mobile device.
Citi Mobile is allowing users to authorize credit card transactions by texting or calling merchants rather than the traditional approach of swiping their credit cards. Already, the bank has deals