Survey reveals retailers plans for 2012 as high street worries continue
Recently, Trusteer came across a new configuration of the Carberp Trojan that targets Facebook users to commit financial fraud.
E-retail giants Apple and Amazon are head and shoulders above the competition in a study of customer satisfaction with top retail mobile sites and apps released today by customer experience analytics firm ForeSee.
Facebook, has announced that it is in the process of implementing adverts into users news feeds.
MiAssistant application to enrich the customer in-store experience as part of the Torex Commerce Suite for Retail.
The Olympics is widley predicted to be the catalyst for the take-up of contactless payments.
The European Commission has announced plans to press for a single digital market in Europe, to double e-commerce volumes by 2015 by breaking down barriers to cross-border web-based purchases among the 27 EU nations.
Sales excluding fuel but including Value Added Tax (VAT) in the six weeks to January 7th were down 1.3% on a like-for-like (LFL) basis versus the previous year.
Cloud and mobile still down list of priorities when it comes to concerns
NFC-enabled smartphones from Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, and Research In Motion approved for use with Visa payWave, Visas mobile application for payments at the point-of-sale
Online sales up 20 per cent with 74 per cent of all purchases made online for the six weeks to December 1st.
A dazzling week before Christmas helped like-for-like sales rise 2.2pc in the crucial month, their strongest since January, according to a key survey by the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG.