US electricals retail giant Best Buy has launched its UK transactional website, including customer recommendations from a partnership with Reevoo.
US electricals giant Best Buy will launch an online shop in the UK within the next fortnight, rivaling the likes of Currys, Comet and Argos in the electricals market.
Apple has reportedly teamed with SIM-card manufacturer Gemalto to create a ‘special’ SIM card that could allow the company to offer telephony services direct rather than rely on third party carriers.
Search marketing and technology firm Greenlight has launched its proprietary real-time price comparison platform for paid search.
A new measurement standard, called ‘GEMS’ has won the backing of a number of European countries, in a move that could help online retailers and advertisers better understand how shoppers are using their sites, and compare their results with industry benchmarks.
Brits are predicted to spend £6.4 bn in December, up from £5.5 billion last year, but will be looking to spread the costs in times of economic uncertainty, according to a new study.
John Lewis’ website offers customers the best online user experience out of the top UK high street retailers, and has been the most consistently easy to use website over the last five years, according to a new study.
New research from the Internet Advertising Bureau – the trade association for online and mobile advertising – reveals that mobile commerce has already become widely adopted in the UK, with 51% of mobile owners (23 million people) using their device to make payments, redeem coupons or research products and services.
Technology firm Holition has partnered with high end jewellers Boucheron to launch an app that lets web users ‘try on’ jewels in real time.
Microsoft has partnered with China’s largest online retailer Taobao.com, using Bing to power the web results for its new shopping search engine Etaosite.