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Former Amazon employees have launched a personal shopper app that makes product recommendations based on data in shoppers’ inboxes.
Spanish department store group El Corte Inglés has created an app that will allow its Portuguese shoppers to browse virtual shopping aisles.
Amazon is developing a mobile app that would pay members of the public to drop off deliveries en route to other destinations.
John Lewis has revealed the five innovative tech start-ups that will compete in the final of this year’s JLab scheme.
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Whether customers are shopping online using their smartphones or browsing on their tablets, mobile technology is becoming increasingly significant for retailers.
British consumers continue to lead the way in mobile technology adoption, but bricks-and-mortar still plays an integral role in shopping, according to the Google Consumer Barometer.
At some point in the future, we don’t know when, shoppers will stop carrying plastic payment cards and use their phones instead.
Some retailers are sceptical, but Apple Pay has the potential to drive popular acceptance of contactless payment in this country.