Amazon has recently lowered its minimum order for free shipping to $35 — the same minimum Walmart instituted on free two-day shipping not three weeks ago, in a move that evinces Amazon’s acknowledgment of Walmart’s enterprising ecommerce tactics.
eBay is looking to entice users of Snupps, an application that allows for cataloging and social sharing of one’s belongings, to monetize their unwanted items through seamless integration.
A new report from ACI Worldwide illuminates a few of the drawbacks of an increasingly connected world, including a focus on the U.S., where only 54 percent of consumers trust third-party firms with personal and financial data.
Gulf Oil, which licenses its intellectual property to a number of gas stations across the country, is piloting a mobile payments product, which is to launch in select New England and New York markets.
Given how quickly the field is developing, consumer ecommerce behavior is still a mystery to many working in mobile, making the online shopping ecosystem one largely bereft of personalization, according to a new report from Episerver.
Starbucks Japan’s partnership with local fashion brand Beams has produced an interesting entry into a precarious wearables market: a branded keychain that customers can use to pay for their drinks, similar to its ubiquitous mobile payments product.
ESPN has decided to partner with online ticket marketplace Vivid Seats in a deal that unseats rival Stubhub as official ticket partner across digital platforms, providing the media outlet’s consumers with seamlessly integrated branding, links and promotions.
With the lead up to this year’s eTail West in full swing, here is what is awaiting attendees of the conference, which begins on February 27 and touts 60 percent retail attendance.
Despite strong profit projections in the past year, a new report from CellPoint Mobile claims that airlines are not taking full advantage of mobile solutions for their ecommerce infrastructures.
While the rise of mcommerce and ecommerce at large is unsurprising to anyone paying attention, online retail is usurping bricks-and-mortar spending in Q4, the most active retail quarter, according to the latest comScore report.