This week marks 10 years since Apple first put the iPhone on sale, a decade in which the device has wrought tremendous change in every sector from retail to banking. Derided on its launch, the device sold over 270,000 units
The percentage of online sales made through mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) rose again in Q3 2015, reaching 45% after stalling at 42% in the previous two quarters, according to the latest results from the IMRG Capgemini Quarterly Benchmarking –
Software firm, Intelligent Maintenance, has launched an iPhone app for Phone/iPad/iPod, which it claims will help shoppers organise everything in their kitchen cupboards, so they never run short of ingredients. What’s in my Larder? is claimed to put a shopper’s
Many of the most popular UK stores are ignoring mobile as a mass market opportunity, according to research by global mobile marketing agency, Somo. Despite UK smart phone penetration surpassing 50% and mobile devices making up around 15% of all online traffic, Somo’s analysis of
Shopping via mobile devices went mainstream in 2011, according to new research by IBM. Its study of 150 online retailers – pure play and multi-channel operators – found sales from mobile devices accounted for 12.9% of total online sales in
Pets at Home has launched an iPhone/iPad/iTouch application, which will enable it to target pet care information and offers at pet owners. The app follows the introduction of Pets at Home’s click and collect multi-channel service and marks the beginning
Leading UK audio brand, GEAR4, is launching licensed Angry Birds cases for iPhone and iPod touch in partnership with Rovio, creator of the hit game. The range of products are available to buy at O2, Apple and HMV stores.