Articles about E-Commerce
The connections to Shopify and Bigcommerce focus on automating expense tracking and bookkeeping, while at the same time creating a data-driven picture of business performance.
US-based financial software company Intuit has launched its PayByCoin service in Australia, offering small businesses the facility to accept bitcoin payments from their customers.
Chinese e-commerce juggernaut Alibaba Group is planning to invest $200 million in instant picture messaging platform Snapchat, at a valuation of $15 billion, according to reports.
Kili's payment modules operate with NFC for two-way communications -- a payment method that Square has yet to support.
Apple's rollout of Apple Pay has accelerated dramatically as the company aims to win the mobile payments race.
An end to consumerism means an end to marketing...
IT leaders are being urged to look beyond the usual bells and whistles of application interfaces.
The year of EMV migration is finally upon us, and for small merchants in the US, that means significant changes when it comes to payments.
A look at its peers in neighbouring China should give OlaCabs a glimpse of its promising future despite current headaches of regulation, potential rogue drivers, and an unproven business model.
Gemalto and Tapit have teamed up to enable consumers to leverage NFC technology to make 'frictionless' payments on their mobile phones, and have their transactions billed to their mobile phone.
The Twitter response to Etsy's IPO reflects the cozy, handmade goods hawked on the site: pleasant surprise and relief.
It is too early into bitcoin's development in Australia to make changes to the tax laws around the cryptocurrency, according to the Australian Treasury Department.
Unlike last December, when the total Australian online retail sales index reached 11.9 percent year on year, the total online retail sales index for January 2015 was more subdued, due to a slowdown in domestic sales.
Best Buy's fiscal 2016 master plan is designed to navigate shifting consumer preferences as well as more effectively compete in a brutal retail market.
Major lottery sellers have stopped all online business in China, with company stock prices dropping by up to 40 percent, the Chinese media has reported.
Buyers and sellers flock to the online giant, searching for items once only found by scouring antique shows and swap meets.
In this 9:38 minutes video, the managing director of VeCommerce Paul Magee demonstrates how speech recognition is being used by Australian betting firm UniTab to enable punters to make complicated wagers without requiring a human operator.Magee visited the ZDNet Australia offices last week to show off how the UniTAB system allows callers to speak using natural language and gives them the freedom to change their minds half way through a transaction.
In an exclusive Face to Face interview, ZDNet Editor-in-Chief Dan Farber talks to 32-year IBM veteran Irving Wladawsky-Berger about his new role as general manager of Big Blue's e-business on demand initiative.