Mobile Commerce in the shops

Future of Tablets & Wearable Tech in Retail

Wearables are hot right now, if only for the novelty factor. But they’re useful, too, and research firm Gartner predicts that the market for wearables in the workplace is going to blow up fast – exceeding 91 million shipments by 2016. ...
John Legere T-mobile

T-mobile and the uncarrier strategy

The Wireless Industry Staying fresh, relevant and ahead of its competitors is why T-Mobile is leading the war on the wireless industry with its revolutionary approach to giving the customers what they want and saying goodbye to overages to eliminating ...
video recommendations

Video product reviews influence consumer purchasing

The great potential of video product reviews and its influence on the consumer purchasing behavior. Over half of all purchasers trust video content. Consumer reviews are becoming increasingly important online and offline, particularly helping ...
Retail innovations

Retail Innovations that have changed the sector

Currently, the retail sector has developed innovatively thanks to many emerging technologies, such as contactless payment, trade through the mobile or the Internet of things, which promise to transform the way in which business do their trade. ...
Phablets

More and More Consumers Prefer Phablets

If you don’t own one yourself, you’ve likely seen them. They’re becoming increasingly commonplace, and in the wild, they can’t be missed. Nearly as large as a tablet, but with the form factor and features of a smartphone, ...
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HTML5 Advertising defeat traditional ads in Flash

In just one year, advertisers have taken advantage of the inherent value of interactive videos as an immersive brand experience. HTML5 Advertising defeat traditional ads in Flash Major trends in digital advertising are analyzed in this global ...
LinkedIn Business

LinkedIn surpasses Facebook as the preferred platform for B2B companies

LinkedIn prospects could not be better. 33% of B2B think that LinkedIn is the most important social network for their strategy. This means that Facebook is no longer the queen of social media for B2B companies. LinkedIn has since caught on ...