The number of overseas shoppers using their smartphones to browse UK brands has soared over the last quarter.
Research reveals a Q4 2014 surge in mobile payment share of online transactions
There will be a continuing shift to mobile advertising, cross device solutions and native formats, resulting in improved return on ad spend for marketers during 2015, according to a new report forecasting ecommerce trends for the coming year.
Over two thirds (68%) of 4G users feel that faster access to the internet encourages them to make more purchases from their smartphone, according to the latest consumer research from IMRG and eDigitalResearch.
The average viewer in the UK watched three hours and 55 minutes of TV a day in 2013, but only three minutes on mobile devices, according to new research.
Mobile accounted for 48,000,000 users in Italy during the three-month average ending November 2013, according to new research.
Men and women differ in using social media and their mobile devices, with women far more likely to like or follow brands for discounts and offers, according to this new infographic from Finances Online.
Four in five UK smartphone owners use the Internet on their mobile everyday, meaning that mobile optimised sites have become a vital part of any brand's digital strategy, according to new research.
Just how are millennials shopping habits different from silver surfers? This guide from Googles consumer barometer breaks down the UK shoping habits by age, and uncovers some surprising results
A third of Brits would abandon a retailers mobile website or app if it didnt load within just three seconds, and look to shop elsewhere, according to new research.
Limited payment methods force customers to abandon their baskets and merchants to miss out on sales
More than half of retailers plan to spend more on technology in 2015 than last year, according to survey