Tablets and smartphones are predicted to play a key role in the plans of Singapore shoppers and the devices are expected to account for 17% of all online sales between now and Christmas, Adobe said in a statement.
There are five countries in the world that use smartphones more than personal computers (PCs) to access the Internet, a new study conducted jointly by Google Inc and market research firm TNS revealed, and they're all Asian.
Esri Inc has rolled out its geographic information system (GIS) technology in Malaysia, declaring it would ‘geotrigger’ an e-shopping revolution in the country.
In APAC markets, 32% now shop via their mobiles compared with 21% on PCs Largest category under ‘Others’ is adult products, especially in India and Indonesia
Consumer use of tablets for shopping is growing four times faster than smartphones, according to the latest E-Commerce Index from Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten.
To help meet the needs of businesses seeking to engage via mobile channels, digital performance advertising agency Criteo introduced its in-app advertising solution in January. Gabey Goh looks more deeply at the implications and the promise.
In a survey of more than 15,000 consumers across 15 major global markets, Ovum found that 68% of respondents globally prefer to use a desktop PC or laptop when shopping online. Only one in five use their mobile phone and a smaller proportion (14%) use a tablet.
An online survey of US consumers showed a substantial adoption of mobile shopping for the 2013 holiday season and that the performance of retailers’ mobile websites and native applications can have a major impact.