Sears is rolling out a new Web and mobile application that uses artificial intelligence to help customers pick and purchase tires for their car.
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Panasonic and IBM Watson are working on a new way to improve the traveling experience for consumers with a digital concierge service that lets them access all hotel services from a unique cloud-based service.
Walmart has had an exceptional year in 2016, and might have even gained enough traction to catch up with ecommerce giant Amazon.
As we come to a close on a watershed year for mobile commerce in all of its forms, some experts have a clear vision on the platform’s year to come and distant future.
Amazon is looking to take advantage of the influx of new devices in consumers’ hands after Christmas by offering another outlet for impulse shopping, this time providing deep discounts on downloads and digital content.
Regal Cinemas is offering a special bonus to its mobile application users during its 2017 year-long classic film festival.
Domino’s is continuing its bid to bring pizza ordering to every digital channel by being the fifth brand available on Google Home’s AnyWare ordering platform.
Burger King is ringing in the holidays with a unique new way for consumers to get a free burger – by bringing in an unwanted Christmas gift.
Ninety percent of shoppers will use their smartphones in-store this holiday season, and that puts them at particular risk for cybercrime, according to a new report from Skycure.
Mobile Minutes: Apple’s MacBook Pro; Facebook’s memorials; Texting cows; Cheetah Mobile goes to EuropeNovember 15, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Apple’s new MacBook Pro: fast and light, but not for everyone; Facebook temporarily killed off a lot of its users; Your milk may soon come from cows that can text; Multi-billion Cheetah Mobile making move into Europe.