Starbucks is just about ready to cement its place as king of the coffee shops when it rolls out mobile app ordering tomorrow ( 1st October) I will soon be able to order a Starbucks coffee and let them know when I am ready to collect it. Details after the read more below
I was delighted to be invited by the simply brilliant BBC Radio’s Mark Forest Show to debate those fantastic( or horrid) self-checkout machines and we ended up revolutionizing Grocery shopping..maybe..
Last night I attended a wonderful event hosted by the mobile payment provider Judo Payments where they talked about some of the things coming in the mobile commerce world. It was fascinating.
As some of you know April 21st is the date when Google’s new update is launched which will kill your search ranking if your site isn’t mobile optimized. Here’s how to fix it in time:
Cancer Research, the massive UK charity, have done a world first and taken the contactless revolution to the next step by accepting contactless payment donations via their shop window.
I am currently working on an in-store innovation project with a retail brand and one of the terms that keeps cropping up is ‘Asset swelling ‘. Since Google doesn’t seem to know about it, I thought I would have a go at explaining it.
Since the blog is starting to get noticed, we are being sent hardware to review. When it comes to in-store hardware, I have discovered problem number 1, people don’t understand new hardware unless they have seen it working in stores. What to do? Introducing our Hardware Review Manifesto.
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Now that the dust has settled on Apple’s launch of its stellar payment service in the US of A. Here are the best video summaries of what it does and how to use it.
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Following on from some of my previous posts, I was asked a really startling question that made me think hard. (Thanks Chris!) Why does anyone actually need a kiosk?… Isn’t it just technology for technologies sake?
My opinion is that kiosks are amazingly powerful and valuable but only work in the certain situations and only if they have been executed to perfection.
O2, Vodafone, and EE have all got together along with Carrier billing provider Boku, to allow you to to pay for your packet of crisps at your local store using nothing more than your mobile phone number.
Continue reading “Mobile Networks: Phone Numbers are the next big in-store payment tool”