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  • Ford Autolivery

    Ford envisions a future of autonomous vehicles and drones delivery

    Ford unveiled its ‘Autolivery’ concept for autonomous drone deliveries at Mobile World Congress (MWC). 

  • AR study
    Consumers increasling influenced by augmented reality

    New research from experimental marketing company Interactions indicates consumers react favorably to the presence of augmented reality (AR), both in-store and online. 

  • FinTech GEFFin-Tech and e-commerce: The next step in customer convenience and security? 


    The rapid rise and equally rapid evolution of online and mobile commerce gives rise to Financial Technology and a wave of new payment methods. 

Web host Nexcess.net expands its Magento hosting offer for e-commerce sites to the United Kingdom

Just months after the announcement of a platform providing specific solutions to the e-commerce market, the American outfit Nexcess launches Magento on the UK market. Web hosting provider Nexcess (www.nexcess.net) announced last week that it has expanded its Magento e-commerce hosting line in the UK. Nexcess expanded its hosting services to the UK late April, according to its company blog.

PayPal sues Google for violation of trade secrets

EBay did not wait long after the announcement of Google's upcoming launch of its new payment system before filing a complaint for violation of trade secrets. The reason: two former PayPal executives now working for Google are believed to have disclosed confidential information.

European e-commerce and law were at the heart of the general meeting of UGAL in Helsinki

The Union of Groups of Independent Retailers of Europe (UGAL) held its general meeting in Helsinki on 25-26 May 2011. The meeting brought together approximately 50 representatives from different parts of Europe around a special e-commerce topic. The Union of Groups of Independent Retailers of Europe - UGAL - held its General Assembly in Helsinki on 25-26 May 2011. The meeting gathered about 50 representatives from different parts of Europe.

Average consumer has three shopping apps on smartphone

On average, consumers download 21 apps to their smartphones, three of which are used for online shopping. This is according to the latest study on mobile shopping consumer behaviour by PriceGrabber. Whether in terms of customers looking for the best deal, or simply the latest gadget, mobile shopping is gaining in popularity.

LooknBe expands in Europe

LooknBe, a social platform dedicated to fashion and look, announces plans to expand the concept after Great Britain and Italy also to Spain and to Russia. As the French site ecommercemag.fr reports, LooknBe already counts 50 000 members in France, only eight month after its launch

DHL launches checkout service

Deutsche Post subsidiary DHL is offering "DHL Checkout", a comprehensive payment method for online shops in Germany. A comparison of the terms and conditions, however, shows that the new system is not necessarily the cheapest.

E-Commerce: Brazil is the place to be. Facts and figures

Brazil is the world's 7th largest economy boasting 7.5% growth in 2010. According to Madeiros Bruno, an industry expert working with compra3, this growth is heavily reliant on online commerce. More and more Brazilians are surfing and buying on the web.

e-G8: No revolution for online merchants

On opening the e-G8 Forum in Paris, for which he had taken the initiative, the French president sought to build a consensus among an audience of advertising, e-commerce and telecommunications professionals. He did not, however, seek to hide the importance he places on the regulation of this sphere.


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