Mobile commerce will reach a tipping point in 2012 in Australia, with eBay reporting that a mobile device is already used to make a purchase on its site every 15 seconds. The most expensive item bought from a mobile app in Australia last year was a men's watch for $21,500.
Research from Nielsen provides insight on online and mobile shopping behaviour.
Sybase 365, a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc., the global leader in mobile messaging and mobile commerce services, today announced it has been selected by Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited (DBBL), one of Bangladesh's largest banks, for its mobile banking platform.
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