Articles about E-Commerce
Walmart revealed this week plans to rival Amazon with an online order fulfillment program akin to the premium subscription service Prime -- but a true challenge is unlikely.
Founded in 1998, the San Jose, Calif.-based company originally traded under the PYPL ticker symbol before it was acquired by eBay for $1.5 billion in 2002.
For Zuora, the debut of RBM Connect marks another strategic move in light of what it refers to as the growing "subscription economy."
If you're relying on "frappuccino" as your password, then your favorite sugary afternoon beverage could end up costing you a good deal more than $5.
Square says Victory Park Capital has tripled its investment in the Square Capital program, which offers cash advances to small merchants actively using Square's platform.
Bigcommerce says brands such as Samsung, Gibson, Marvel and Schwinn have been using the cloud-hosted enterprise platform since last year.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer's latest Lenovo A7000 offering is available in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines exclusively through e-commerce website, Lazada.
Overseas companies selling digital products as well as 30 multinational companies shifting profits out of Australia are in the cross hairs of Joe Hockey's second Budget, to be delivered on Tuesday night.
Just Eat plans to enter the Australian and New Zealand market with the proposed acquisition of Menulog.
Alibaba is gunning to be the Amazon Web Services of China. There's no reason why it couldn't expand beyond its borders in a hurry.
Xero hopes to gain new customers by extending its free conversion service to help BankLink customers transition across to its accounting platform.
An unknown group is demanding payment in bitcoins to pre-empt denial-of-service attacks.
European Commission launches new investigation into barriers to online trade and plan to update everything from copyright to cloud privacy rules.
Woolworths is going to leverage customer data sets to help it make decisions across its entire business as part of a new three-year strategy the company plans to execute.
Facebook has the channel (not to mention billions of eyeballs) for the ads, while IBM has the big data crunching power to determine (and potentially sway) the results.
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.