Singapore was the only Asian country that made it into the top 20 list of countries with the best public WiFi, according to WiFi and 3G/4G watchdog Rotten WiFi.
Philips Malaysia’s Blip.my online store has recorded 15,000 unique visitors, together with 300 account registrations and sales valued at RM30,000 (US$8,960) since its soft launch in August.
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.
MDeC said its #MYCyberSALE online shopping drive under the Digital Malaysia initiative recorded a total of RM67,385,595 in sales from 179,617 online shoppers, surpassing its sales and shopper targets of RM50 million and 100,000 respectively.
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.
Philips Malaysia has partnered with local consulting and technology firm Xtrategize to launch the BlipMY.com online store for the consumer electronics company.
Online shopping in South-East Asia is on the rise as more consumers capitalise on its convenience and price competitiveness, a new survey by Google shows.
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.
Singaporeans are well known to be avid shoppers and with the proliferation of the Internet and deepening penetration of smart mobile devices, online shopping has become a viable and popular option for many.
The former managing director of PayPal Middle East and North Africa Elias Ghanem has started Telr, a multicurrency and multilingual payment gateway for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in emerging markets.