One in three (33%) UK consumers cant see the point of 4G as they believe 3G is good enough for their needs, according to new research.
Women are now catching men in terms of mobile shopping in the US, while people with lower disposable incomes have shown the highest increase in the past year, according to new research from Nielsen.
A new study has revealed that the number of UK retail web searches via tablet devices rose sharply in the second quarter of the year.
New research from VocaLink reveals that growing smartphone ownership is driving the mobile payments revolution in the UK.
A recently released survey shows retailers and payment industry professionals universally believe mobile revenue will continue to grow substantially, with projections varying considerably by industry and company size.
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CitySprint has launched a new app, MyCourier, which enables credit card users and account customers to manage their same day deliveries in real time, anytime, anywhere.
It's been a grim couple of years for the high street with an estimated 30 chain stores closing daily. by Mark Prior-Egerton, Solutions Marketing Manager at The Logic Group
Alan Stephenson-Brown, UK Managing Director for Phoenix Managed Networks believes that a multi layered approach to security is required across the board to improve current practices.
IBM says the UK results of its 2012 Smarter Consumer Study show that consumer desire for using mobile devices while shopping more than doubled (138%) within the past year.
With the high street as we know it under threat of extinction, according to some forecasters, retailers need to fight back by incorporating mobile into the heart of their marketing strategies, says a new report.
According to the 2012 Shop.org/Forrester Research State Of Retailing Online survey, 50% of retailers surveyed say they spent less than $100,000 on smartphone investments in 2011, and 74% spent the same on tablet initiatives.