Posts tagged “E-commerce”
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: The government redefines "driver" in a boost for computer-controlled cars; Durham-based Adwerx launches new advertising product; Twitter tweaks its timeline; and Chinese investors offer $1.2B for Norwegian tech firm Opera.
A new research report from Juniper breaks down what its analysts view as the top disruptors in the financial technical services, or FinTech, space. Our WTW Insider subscribers get a look at the top three.
As Uber, Airbnb, Lyft and other startups in the sharing economy ($335 billion by 2025, says PwC) continue to grow, their success is driving growth in mobile payment technology so consumers can take advantage of "sharing" opportunities. So believes an expert in the field at the Warwick Business School.
Ecommerce services provider ChannelAdvisor's CEO David Spitz delivers a spirited pep talk to Wall Street analysts after the Triangle born-and-grown to IPO company grew revenues 21 percent in 2015. After a shift in focus to larger companies, a retooling of the firm's sales force and with an acquisition paying off, Spitz is very bullish entering 2016.
Want something like paper towels or milk or even a new computer? Don't want to leave the house but still want to get that shopping item in an hour? You can now. Amazon on Thursday launched its "Prime Now" service in Raleigh.
Yahoo is laying off about 1,700 employees and shedding some of its excess baggage in a shake-up likely to determine whether CEO Marissa Mayer can save her own job. Plus: an interactive graphical view at Yahoo's shrinking headcount and other financial data.
Thinking of investing in Bitcoins? Bitcoin did have great potential, but it is damaged beyond repair, and a replacement is badly needed, writes former Triangle tech entrepreneur turned academic and author Vivek Wadhwa.
Big Blue is further ramping up efforts to provide digital marketing services, acquiring a German firm that represents high-profile clients such as Airbus, Volkswagen and Siemens. Last week, IBM made its first digital agency deal, buying an Ohio-based company.
Maven is GM car-sharing name; Microsoft-Minecraft deal; Amazon smart-home ordering; Verizon's 'sponsored data'
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: GM brands its ride-sharing effort as Maven; Microsoft buys educational Minecraft; Amazon expands smart-home ordering; and Verizon joins "sponsored data" push.
Twitter expanding tweets?; ChannelAdvisor lease; Networks-Dreamworks deal; Yahoo drops video hub; virus writer sentence
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Twitter may be expanding tweet length; ChannelAdvisor to pay $1 million to break lease; Networks expands its deal with DreamWorks; Yahoo is dropping a video hub; and a virus writer gets his sentence.
ChannelAdvisor promotes exec; iPhones cost more in Germany; payphones as WiFi hotspots; OpenAI launches
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: ChannelAdvisor promotes a veteran exec; Apple ups iPhone prices in Germany; payphones as WiFi hotspots in New York; and 3 billionaires launch OpenAI to focus on artificial intelligence.
Analysis: Apple Pay is a threat to banks and credit cards, writes former Triangle entrepreneur-turned-academic and author Vivek Wadhwa. How so? He explains in detail, describing Apple Pay as a Trojan horse.
Time is running out on our year-end special. WRAL TechWire is your comprehensive source of timely, daily coverage of companies in the Carolinas -- from start-up to multi-national -- with a focus on the growth industries of broadband and mobile computing, life sciences, and on entrepreneurs and their venture funding. Sign up for a subscription before Dec. 31 and save 50% on an annual subscription - and get numerous WTW member discounts.
Procrastinators, rejoice. This year there are more apps and services than ever before to help last-minute shoppers. Apps like Curbside deliver orders directly to the trunk of your car, more retailers are offering incentives to buy online and pick up in store, and Amazon Prime Now and other same-day delivery services have vastly expanded this year.
Sales data is clear: The holiday shopping season is gradually being taken over by online shoppers. And when you go inside those numbers, more and more of those Internet buyers are going mobile. So how do entrepreneurs, those wanting to grow their business and those already making big plays really cash in? WTW Insiders get advice from a successful ecommerce pioneer - Scot Wingo of ChannelAdvisor.
Analysis: Grooming talent and developing IP ahead of market demand positions Accenture to win share as clients rotate budgets seeking business outcomes, reports Technology Business Research analyst Bozhidar Hristov. But threats loom, such as IBM.
WRAL TechWire is your comprehensive source of timely, daily coverage of companies in the Carolinas -- from start-up to multi-national -- with a focus on the growth industries of broadband and mobile computing, life sciences, and on entrepreneurs and their venture funding. Sign up for a subscription before Dec. 31 and save 50% on an annual subscription - and get numerous WTW member discounts.
GSK arthritis drug advances; Washington sues tech support firm; streaming music fees go up; FDA OKs cheaper diabetes drug
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: A new arthritis drug from GSK moves toward regulatory approval; the state of Washington is suing tech support firm iYogi, alleging it scams customers; streaming music fees are going up; and the FDA approves a cheaper diabetes drug.
Red Hat cloud adds Microsoft; Wal-Mart mobile pay; Samsung autonomous drive; Diller's new digital publishing; EU vs. Qualcomm
In today's technology roundup: Red Hat adds Microsoft support in cloud; Wal-Mart unveils mobile pay; Samsung moves into autonomous technology; Barry Diller's IAC launches new digital publishing effort; and the EU is taking on Qualcomm.