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Payment services company behind many Australian credit unions has turned to the cloud to negate the need to deal with telcos and headset manufactuers to enable NFC payments for consumers.
The activist investor worth more than $20 billion references Sir John Dalberg and Hans Christian Andersen in his latest screed calling for shareholders to shake up eBay's board and demand a PayPal spin-off.
The social media giant wants to build the next computing platform after mobile – and taking a page out of Google's playbook might help with that.
The startup's technology automates the transaction review process by instantly analyzing profile data, behavioral data, and cyber intelligence to help online retailers protect themselves and their customers from fraud.
SAP will now resell Adobe Marketing Cloud with its HANA platform and the hybris e-commerce suite. Both companies will chip in for marketing, sales and development costs.
The auroracoin digital handout could give Icelanders a new currency to trade between each other, but the country's Central Bank has warned it would be illegal to use it to bypass the nation's strict rules on foreign exchange.
A new report from Juniper has found that the black market for security exploits is as sophisticated, reliable, and resilient as any other free market within the economy.
The UK is looking to get its fair share of taxes for goods consumed online.
An update to the Bitcoin client has introduced invoicing, privacy-enhancing features, and a fix for a transaction bug behind disruptions at several exchanges.
Chinese e-commerce giant gets a minority stake and seat on Tango's board with its investment, giving the U.S. messaging company its biggest round of founding to date, totaling US$280 million.
Well-establihsed Business-to-customer platforms, including Amazon and Dangdang.com, were found selling counterfeit cosmetics products in China from third parties.
Australian tech startup is also making significant enhancements to its e-commerce platform, including the creation of a 'single click' store that lets merchant integrate add-ons far more quickly.
Myer has reported its online sales have continued to grow strongly during the first half of the 2014 financial year.
The American business magnate published yet another open letter to eBay shareholders on Wednesday.
David Jones said its future strategic direction plan has started to gain momentum, reporting a 220 percent growth in online sales for the first half of the 2014 financial year.