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Apple Pay to Become the Core of Mobile Commerce

Almost a month ago, Apple had one of its biggest launch events to date. Forget the new iPhone device for just one second, it was the announcement of Apple Pay and the Apple Watch that really captured my imagination. Beyond the early morning, high street queues and social media hysteria, I’d like to take a look at the wider potential impact this announcement could have on the mobile web. Because let’s make no mistake, Apple Pay is in a position to change the mobile web and e-commerce forever, such is the strength of the company’s mobile payment ecosystem.

Netbiscuits View on the IFA 2014 – The Future is smart, are you?

Consumer products are getting smarter and smarter, encouraging us to use our time more effectively, be more productive and engage only with the content we like. Smartphones, SmartTVs and increasingly Smart Homes have become part of everyday life. More and more wearables, smart cameras, smart cars and numerous other connected devices are joining those already... Read more »

5 steps for mobile analytics

Five simple ways to ensure you succeed with mobile analytics Today’s web is not a journey towards mobile – we’ve arrived there already. It’s a complex world, where users connect via multiple devices, with three or four devices being the norm rather than the exception. Consumers often have a personal, intricate relationship with their devices,... Read more »

Why is mobile analytics important?

Old School Marketing Meets Mobile Analytics – A New Approach For an Old Problem Web Analytics has been a recognised digital marketing discipline for well over a decade and provides essential insight into web visitor behaviour and lead generation campaign effectiveness.  The capabilities on offer range from the simple tracking of page visits through to... Read more »

Moving Beyond the Responsive Web to the Adaptive Web

“Originally published July 15, 2014 at sitepoint“   Let’s get started with responsive web design. No web developer today should be unfamiliar with the concept of responsive web design (RWD). Since the term was coined by Ethan Marcotte in May of 2010, the concept has been accepted as a best practice, the process has matured, and multiple... Read more »

Netbiscuits World Cup Top Match Day Two

Today’s first match sees Mexico take on Cameroon. Mexico has never beaten a team from Africa yet in the World Cup, however, the BBCs pundit Mark Lawrenson sees them edging it one goal to nil, while International Business Times predicts 2-1 in favour of Mexico. We also have a win for Mexico in the Netbiscuits... Read more »

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