Articles about E-Commerce
Alibaba Group's net income continues to be hampered by costs associated with its landmark IPO in the United States last year, despite seeing a moderate rise in income from operations for the December quarter and a whopping 448 percent year-on-year surge in mobile revenue.
The fourth quarter of 2014 was NetSuite's seventh consecutive quarter of more than 30 percent year-over-year revenue growth.
UPDATED: Amazon will start breaking out AWS results starting with the first quarter earnings report of 2015.
California regulator the Department of Business Oversight has refuted claims made by Coinbase that its new bitcoin exchange is regulated.
Yahoo will spin off its $40 billion stake in Alibaba into a registered investment company. What will Yahoo do with the gains?
Cashless payment services company USA Technologies has inked a deal with Apple to bring support for Apple Pay to more than 200,000 self-service machines across the US.
The first regulated US bitcoin exchange has been launched by San Francisco-based bitcoin wallet operator Coinbase.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma has shown a top Chinese official Alibaba's anti-counterfeit features and its future in rural China.
Despite posting a strong Q4, eBay says it is planning a workforce reduction across eBay Marketplaces, PayPal, and eBay Enterprise, as well as a possible sale or an IPO for its Enterprise division.
Alibaba Group is backing Israeli QR code startup Visualead in a round-B funding effort that will see the Chinese e-commerce giant use the company's patents to spice up its offline-to-online marketing palette.
The 22 percent plunge in bitcoin value on January 14 has left Australian-listed bitcoin mining and digital payments company Digital CC Limited answering awkward questions about its fluctuating share price and trading volumes.
Will Google Flight Search kill OTAs such as Yatra and Cleartrip? Or will it function as a non-commercial service? A peek at its global track record may reveal some answers.
From store closures to sales slumps, retail's start to 2015 paints a bleak picture of an industry struggling to keep up with the pace of consumer change.
Best Buy is going to be whacked by "external pressures" such as deflationary pricing and weak demand for electronics. The fix is more investment on technology and omnichannel e-commerce tools.
The discount retailer will close all of its stores in Canada just two years after entering the region, having suffered billions in losses in the expansion attempt. Wall Street responds positively.
Ten attacks on corporations and individuals by hackers and governments, and all of them could have been prevented if people had followed best practices.
Future sanctions may make it difficult for Western software companies to do business in Mother Russia. But the country has a vast domestic software, services and internet industry of its own. These are some of the powerhouses.
Bitcoins, QR codes, smartphones, tablets, and beer. For some, there is no better way to spend a Sunday afternoon at the pub.
Hot new tech devices can mean more convenience to the user as well as more data for the marketer or someone that you don't want to have it.
JB Hi-Fi recently announced plans to open a cloud music store, and now a new video has landed teasing the Australian-listening public longing for a local cloud music platform. Take a look at our sneak peek of the design and pricing.
Electronics retailer JB Hi-Fi today opened its latest concept store in the new Westfield complex in Sydney CBD and company CEO Terry Smart spoke to ZDNet Australia about how the store came to be.
Delegates gathered in the convention centre of the RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast last week for the 2010 Australian CIO Summit.
The Australian Online Retailer Expo 2010 got underway yesterday at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre. The exhibition runs to the end of the week and brings e-retailers, merchants, web developers and manufacturers together to showcase the booming Australian e-commerce offerings.
Apple took the wraps off its first Australian store today. Here is a sneak peek of what is inside the big glass walls.
Woolworths is rolling out technology that lets shoppers scan and pay for their own groceries — but the checkout girl isn't an endangered species just yet.
The new interactive Telstra "flagship" store will be open from 2 November. Dubbed T.Life, the store is located at 400 George Street, on the corner of George and King on the group floor of the Telstra building.
eBay has launched an easy-to-customize widget for embedding direct access to eBay search results, a single auction item, or multiple auction items right onto a Web site or blog. Here is a look at the step by step customization process.
Under the direction of its senior director of disruptive innovation Max Mancini, eBay is explorer richer and more engaging user interfaces to its auction service. In this short screen gallery, we get a few peaks at San Dimas: an eBay user interface built on Adobe's new forthcoming Apollo platform.
Chip embedded on a credit card provides one-time passwords for security when online shopping and other uses.
Buyers and sellers flock to the online giant, searching for items once only found by scouring antique shows and swap meets.
At the RSA 2011 conference here in San Francisco, technology futurist Paul Saffo talks to eBay's chief security information officer about how the company's intent on building an eBay version in the cloud to handle its growth. The private cloud will have the ability to run in its own data center or with a third-party data center.
Billionaire retailer Gerry Harvey yesterday said that the debate about foreign retailers not being forced to collect GST on some Australian purchases had been misconstrued as a battle between the internet and companies like his own Harvey Norman empire.
Need to update your business wardrobe, but don't have the time to scrutinize yourself in the fitting room mirror? Researchers at PARC are working on putting an end to dressing room indecision. ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das meets up with the brains behind the "responsive mirror" and tries the technology on for size.
At Apple’s WWDC 2008 in San Francisco, Ken Sun of eBay shows off Auctions on the iPhone. The new app has a basic front door with options to track auctions you've bid on, and see whether you've been outbid. You can also pick up photos from the auction listings and blow them up to full screen. eBay is making this app available for free.
Brent Cromley, director of development at e-tailer Zappos.com, speaks with CNET News.com's Dan Farber about building a reliable inventory management for a supply chain of more than 4 million products. He also discusses building a Web 2.0 style community for their loyal shoe shoppers and the company's move into cookware and electronics.
Tim Toews, CIO at Office Depot talks about implementing a robust set of supply chains systems that will ensure the company has the right product, at the right place, at the right time.
In a CIO Vision Series interview, Steve Bozzo, CIO of 1-800 Flowers talks about the e-tailer's blooming flower business, and what it takes to run the company's daily IT operations, across a network of more than 9,000 florists. Bozzo speaks with ZDNet Editor-in-Chief, Dan Farber and shares his views on managing the business of flowers with an arrangement of innovative technologies including Web 2.0, 1-click, and wireless shopping.
At the eBay Developers Conference, Max Mancini, eBay's senior director of platform and disruptive innovation, talks about the growth of the company's Web services. He also discusses the important relationship between eBay and its developers, and the experience of accessing eBay "anywhere."