Cashback shopping platform ShopBack has introduced a ride comparison feature into its app, allowing Australians to compare prices of Uber and Ola cabs, book a ride and even get money back.
Amazon's Prime Day events are hugely popular in the US, but now that Amazon Prime launched in Australia from midday 19 June, it's time to get primed for our own Prime Day (and a half) on 16 July.
Smartphone shopping appears to be the new norm, with 69% of AR and VR users thinking AR/VR tech will "give smartphones the benefits of physical stores within three years" as smartphone shopping gets set to peak globally over that time frame.
Instagram, in collaboration with Australian-founded ecommerce platform BigCommerce, is making shopping available on its social network to Aussie businesses and consumers.
New consumer research shows Aussies are "torn between the frustration of standing in line and the cost of paying to have online purchases delivered".
Online and bricks and mortar retailers are making better use of data analytics tools to streamline services ahead of the expected $48 billion Christmas spending splurge by shoppers, according to the National Retail Association (NRA).
If you're an iPhone and Apple Watch owning Woolworths customer, you can add your Woolworths Rewards loyalty card into the Apple Wallet app on both devices, from today, and even use Apple Pay.
With Amazon sending amazing shivers up the spine of Australian retailers, there’s also plenty of advice on what retailers (let alone consumers) can expect, with online shipping do’s and don’ts for retailers to ensure their shipping costs remain shipshape.
Search behemoth Google has bowed to the demands of the European Union that it make changes to ensure that its search engine dominance does not give illegal advantage to its own comparison shopping service.
Chinese millennials use digital tools to satisfy functional and emotional needs — food, expenditure, socialising — more often than their US counterparts, according to a new report.
With Christmas and the year’s end there’s always a swag of reports about festive season spending. In a new report from EFTPOS payments provider Tyro, Australians are forecast to make 1.5 billion transactions between now and the end of the January post-Christmas sales – peaking at an estimated 85,000 transactions per minute - and amounting to a six week $100 billion spending spree.
One of Australia’s top online retailers, Klika, has continued the expansion of its omni-channel offering and enhancement of the overall customer shopping by partnering with Parcel Connect.
It's that time of year: Apple's pre-Christmas "one-day shopping event" is happening again this Friday.
It’s the second year of Newegg officially being available in Australia; the company celebrates with a time-limited, discounted Newegg Premier and new eBay store expansion.
It has taken a while for Motorola’s online store to open in Australia, but in a week you’ll finally be able to say "Hello Moto".
Big data solutions company Invigor Group has released a new version of its personal shopper app, Shopping Ninja.
One of the main reasons for NOT shopping online is that tactile requirement to sometimes just have a close look at what you are purchasing.
The ‘latest’ in-store payment technologies are ‘better at retaining customers’ and are viewed as ‘more trustworthy’ than cash-only counterparts, according to CBA’s Retail Therapy report.
Here come the coupons, and the long awaited push for beacon deployment, with 1.6 billion coupons to be pushed to consumers by 2020.
‘Smart’ local shopping app Booodl has completed a $2.85m strategic investment round led by Scentre Group, owner of Westfield in A/NZ.
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