Commerce is increasingly melding bricks, clicks and multiple sales channels.
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Chinese Internet giant rolls out a payment service on WeChat to enable users to transact with selected merchant accounts on the mobile communications platform.
Google is promising to add more national markets for the Chromebook later this year too.
Shipping services targets small U.S. retailers stymied by the expenses and complicated processes associated with delivering packages to foreign locations.
Over half in Hong Kong have used at least three platforms to do research before making their online purchases, with personal computers still the most common transaction platform, reveals GfK Retail survey.
Version 4.0 of RetailNext's in-store analytics platform includes gender demographics, employee detection and full-floor heat maps.
With the rise of Internet connectivity at home and over mobile, and the success of local online Indian retailers, the local e-tailing market is set grow over a hundred-fold in nine years.
China's e-commerce giant uses transaction data to establish credit viability and provide micro loans to individuals and businesses.
Indian e-tailer Flipkart's decision to stop the COD option for orders above US$185 to the state of Uttar Pradesh could reflect the challenge of high return rates and fraud, according to an Forrester analyst.
Analysts warned that media and entertainment companies will only have a narrow window of opportunity to extend their lead or catch up with the digital transformation underway.
Walmart adds big data for its data scientists to sharpen its e-commerce play.
The idea behind Bangalore-based Urban Ladder came about when its two founders realized a void in India's home decor market where few offered furniture of strong trust, quality, pricing, and overall looks.
The next generation of would-be software consumers are being raised on a diet of self-service without the help of salespeople, according to Atlassian vice-president of engineering, Jean-Michel Lemieux.
Investment arm of chip giant has funded two Indian and one Singapore e-commerce sites: Bright Lifecare, Snapdeal, and Reebonz. It will provide business development support and technology expertise.
Amazon's decision to launch an online store and fulfillment services for Indian consumers and retailers, respectively, could start a price war with India's e-commerce poster child, Flipkart.
The e-commerce giant has set up a distribution center in Mumbai, that will tap third-party sellers across India, allowing it to get around laws prohibiting the sale of its own inventory.