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Nov 30, 2017
You’re being watched – Perils of the cyber worldThe Indian Government has taken many initiatives for spreading security awareness and also established Cyber Swachhata Kendra.
Oct 24, 2017
'Pay with Google' goes live; lets you skip those lengthy online checkout formsThe Pay with Google feature is available for Android users and ensures that your online payment and buying experience is fast, secure and hassle-free.
Oct 18, 2017
US shoppers prefer shopping groceries from local stores instead of online retail stores“The fact that few people want online grocery shopping now doesn’t mean they won’t want it tomorrow,” Wolf said.
Oct 13, 2017
Diwali festive offers: E-commerce companies' sales seen up 50% on year at $3.3 bn in OctoberE-tailers are on track to generate highest-ever monthly sales over the course of the festival period this year
Oct 11, 2017
Online shoppers may spend Rs 30,000 cr in festival month, says Assocham surveyDriven by the festive fervour, online shoppers may splurge over Rs 30,000 crore on goods like mobile phones, electronic gadgets, consumer durables, apparel and home appliances during the festive season leading to Diwali, according to Assocham
Oct 10, 2017
Tata CLiQ scores a perfect 10 on 10/10Array
Sep 26, 2017
Festival season online sales: Firms claim big numbers but questions over discount model continue to hauntWhy discounts rule still? Because there is no customer loyalty. Shoppers are only looking for lower prices
Sep 08, 2017
Leveraging artificial intelligence to make e-commerce platforms more accessible to consumersThe e-commerce landscape is exploding with the world players joining the battle with home grown startups.
Sep 03, 2017
Voice-shopping to become an emerging trend as smart speaker industry set to boomAmazon launched its first smart speaker, Echo device, in 2014 and has already sold millions of smart speakers, according to industry trackers.
Aug 17, 2017
Smartphone users are more likely to purchase luxury products than desktop users: StudyThe findings showed that compared with consumers who had a desktop computer, smartphone users were more likely to purchase hedonic products.