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One Jackson Crowdsources Kids' Apparel With Contests That Lead To Clothes You Can Buy

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One Jackson, the latest e-commerce startup to target the popular kids’ clothing market, is preparing to make a big splash with its public debut next week. The company plays in the same space as other online clothing startups experimenting with Silicon Valley-inspired business models, including the subscription-based offerings from Wittlebee...
One Jackson Crowdsources Kids' Apparel With Contests That Lead To Clothes You Can Buy

HTC reveals Central Europe release date, pricing for One X, One S and One V

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HTC's One series inches closer to expectant customers, with Central Europe apparently set to get the device next Monday. According to The Unwired, shoppers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland will all be able to pick up any device from HTC's 2012 catalogue, including the quad-cored One X (€599, around...
HTC reveals Central Europe release date, pricing for One X, One S and One V
Online electronics dealer 'taxes' IE7 users 6.8 percent for having old browser

3 strategies for making e-commerce truly social

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In just one year from now, we’ll see social technologies disrupt e-commerce the same way they’ve already disrupted online gaming, music and news. Commerce has always been social. Shopping in the real world is a form of social entertainment, and we turn to people we know for advice on products...
3 strategies for making e-commerce truly social

Target and Shopkick Launch Nationwide Loyalty Gift Card Program

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Target is expanding its partnership with Shopkick, a mobile couponing app that allows shoppers to collect and exchange points for rewards. Beginning Wednesday, shoppers equipped with Shopkick on their iPhone or Android devices will be eligible to collect points, or “kicks,” as soon as they step foot in one...
Target and Shopkick Launch Nationwide Loyalty Gift Card Program

Study: Arabic mobile advertising is a market wide open for the taking

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According to a study on the mobile Internet consumption habits of Middle Eastern smartphone users, there’s an Arabic-speaking market ready and waiting for more localized mobile advertising. Conducted by Plus7, the study polled over 4,000 smartphone users in the region, via their phones, giving insight into what Arab smartphone users are looking for when...
Study: Arabic mobile advertising is a market wide open for the taking

eBay’s UK Fashion app now enables colour and pattern matching from photos

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eBay has rolled out a key update to its Fashion app for iOS devices in the UK, as it now features the so-called ‘Image Swatch’ technology to allow shoppers to find fashion items on eBay UK that match the colour and pattern of images in photographs. It was initially rolled...
eBay’s UK Fashion app now enables colour and pattern matching from photos

Kogan Hates IE7 So Much It’s Imposing A Tax On All Shoppers That Use The Browser

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Ruslan Kogan may not be a known entity in the U.S., but the Aussie entrepreneur is a pioneer of online retail in Australia and happens to be the country’s wealthiest self-made person under the age of 30. Oh, and he also founded Kogan.com, a a manufacturer and direct retailer of...
Kogan Hates IE7 So Much It’s Imposing A Tax On All Shoppers That Use The Browser

Why it makes sense for Amazon to open its own stores

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Amazon is reportedly preparing to dip its toes into the brick-and-mortar retail market with its first boutique store in the Seattle area. A report in Good E-Reader, based on sources close to Amazon, says that the online retailer will have the new test store open in the next few months....
Why it makes sense for Amazon to open its own stores

With Smartphone-Assisted Shopping, How You Shop Depends On Where You Shop

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This morning, Nielsen is putting hard numbers to how consumers like to shop with their smartphones, backing up trends we already suspected to be the case. In particular, the new report examines how consumers use their phones when shopping out there in the real world (what’s that?) – using phones...
With Smartphone-Assisted Shopping, How You Shop Depends On Where You Shop

Life After Death of the Check-In

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The first generation of location-based apps has fallen short. Most consumers don't even know location apps exist, and only a tiny minority actually use them. Today's apps focus on benefits for businesses, like being discovered by nearby shoppers, but they've failed to stir customers. Can next-generation companies like Geoloqi show...
Life After Death of the Check-In
New Jersey shoppers to pay tax on Amazon purchases starting next July

Google Play replaces Android Market, new source for apps, books, movies and music

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The Android Market has morphed significantly since its inception, which now allows users to purchase books, music and rent movies, all from within a hub that was originally designed for just apps. To recognize this fundamental shift -- and emphasize the availability of content for sale -- Google is...
Google Play replaces Android Market, new source for apps, books, movies and music

IBM Labs pitches the future of augmented reality shopping with mobile app prototype

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From the same company that brought you the ThinkPad and the tank of a keyboard known as the Model M, today IBM is demonstrating its latest consumer development: a mobile shopping app. As odd as that sounds, it's no secret that Big Blue employees some rather brilliant folk, and...
IBM Labs pitches the future of augmented reality shopping with mobile app prototype

Google Quietly Launches Groupon Now-Like Free Google Offers Across The U.S.

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Google today announced its latest update for Google Maps for Android with support for Google Offers. One interesting piece of this announcement that stood out was that Google Maps for Android users now get access to free Google Offers like a free coffee or dessert. Turns out, that’s actually just...
Google Quietly Launches Groupon Now-Like Free Google Offers Across The U.S.

Study: Hispanic Smartphone Owners Want Mobile Shopping Apps To Be Social

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Using a smartphone while shopping to find better deals or to look up product reviews is now pretty mainstream. There are some interesting differences between how Hispanics use their phones while shopping compared to the average U.S. consumer, though. While observing 15 Hispanic smartphone owners in Los Angeles and conducting...
Study: Hispanic Smartphone Owners Want Mobile Shopping Apps To Be Social

Personal data assistant Dashlane launches in the UK to speed up online shopping

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Dashlane, the personal data assistant has launched in the UK to help make online purchases more efficient. The application is designed to give consumers a speedy way to checkout by using only one password. Beware impulsive shoppers, getting your purchases may have become almost too easy. Dashlane says it saves...
Personal data assistant Dashlane launches in the UK to speed up online shopping

Apple preparing overhaul of its online store

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Apple has begun signaling to education shoppers that it plans to relaunch and overhaul its online store in the near future, making it easier to do business....
Apple preparing overhaul of its online store

[INFOGRAPHIC] How Much Does A One-Second Page Load Delay Cost?

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Google has long been telling us how long it took to perform whatever search we sent its way. That little note may seem self-congratulatory to the average Internet user, but it's vitally important. Slowing that number by just 4/10ths of a second, for example, would cut 8 million searches from...
[INFOGRAPHIC] How Much Does A One-Second Page Load Delay Cost?

Geofencing: Can Texting Save Stores?

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Dozens of companies are trying to get into the "geofencing" business—sending out mobile coupons to nearby shoppers. But so far the hype is bigger than the actual use....
Geofencing: Can Texting Save Stores?

Flash Sales Giant Gilt To Offer Special Discounts To Pinterest Pinners

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Thanks to online pinboard’s Pinterest’s fast growth, many retail sites are placing “Pin It” buttons next to items for sale as a sharing mechanism. Flash sales giant Gilt is taking the whole Pinning trend to another level by allow users to access special deals on pinned items. Called “Pin it...
Flash Sales Giant Gilt To Offer Special Discounts To Pinterest Pinners

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 review

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More Info Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 hands-on (video) PSA: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Galaxy Player 4.2 now available online When we review a second-generation product there are certain things we tend to take for granted: this new thing, whatever it is,...
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 review

NPD: Android attracting more than half of new smartphone shoppers

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Apple sold the most smartphones in Q4 2011, but Android might win the race as it is attracting more first-time buyers than iOS, according to NPD research....
NPD: Android attracting more than half of new smartphone shoppers

Google Acquires KikScore Technology And Assets To Complement Trusted Stores

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In an effort to expand the kind of information available to online shoppers via its Trusted Stores program, Google has acquired the technology and certain assets of KikScore, a trust seal company serving mostly small businesses. The cost of the acquisition wasn’t disclosed. According to a... Please visit Search Engine...
Google Acquires KikScore Technology And Assets To Complement Trusted Stores

One iota introduces self-service daily deals for Facebook pages

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Social and mobile retail technology company One iota has launched a Facebook platform for its Groupon alternative, DealsJoy. DealsJoy is a free platform that enables businesses to cash in on the trend for special offers and daily deals. It’s a self-service product that retailers can now embed into their Facebook...
One iota introduces self-service daily deals for Facebook pages

Meet Dean Fankhauser of Nuji and find out how stylish shoppers can reap rewards

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Nuji believes you should be rewarded for your loyalty as a shopper and it has worked out a stylish way for users to do so. By partnering with popular brands, Nuji helps users share as they shop and gather points to get discounts. Its well cleanly designed site is a...
Meet Dean Fankhauser of Nuji and find out how stylish shoppers can reap rewards

Google starts selling accessories for HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus on Google Play, has you all docked up

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If you liked the idea of buying an unlocked Galaxy Nexus straight from Google but were put off by the absence of the official accessories, have no fear. A swing by Google Play now gives US shoppers the chance to buy the regular Desktop Dock, the HDMI Portrait Dock...
Google starts selling accessories for HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus on Google Play, has you all docked up

AmazonWireless Exits Beta, Now Offers Price-Matching Guarantee, $25 Worth Of Free Mobile Apps

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AmazonWireless.com, Amazon’s dedicated shopping site for cell phone and tablet buyers, is finally exiting beta today, following its launch in July of 2009. The change in status may mean nothing to regular mobile shoppers, who have long known of and used the service to compare devices, or who were attracted...
AmazonWireless Exits Beta, Now Offers Price-Matching Guarantee, $25 Worth Of Free Mobile Apps

Google Launches Full-Scale Shopping in Search

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Today, Google begins an experiment to change the way you shop online. When you search for a product, Google will deliver paid listings for shopping options right next to the search results. By searching for a product, you've demonstrated a possible intent to buy it, so Google has extended its...
Google Launches Full-Scale Shopping in Search

Size does matter so LifeSizer hopes to solve the problem of scale and online shopping

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With most purchases online you have a sense of the proportions of what you are buying, many things come with standard measurements and you can make a judgement based on that alone. There are other items that can be a little tricky to gauge and you might end up taking...
Size does matter so LifeSizer hopes to solve the problem of scale and online shopping
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