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More than a decade after the term "m-commerce" was originally coined, it might finally signify...

More than a decade after the term "m-commerce" was originally coined, it might finally signify something more than hype: eMarketer forecasts U.S. mobile commerce sales will rise 91% this year to $6.7B, and grow to $31B by 2015. Consumer are increasingly relying on smartphones and tablets to assist with their holiday shopping (I, II), a trend which eBay (EBAY) and others are hoping to profit from.
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  • Philip Cohen
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    In eBay's case m-commercet is still mainly hype. The eBay Marketplace is dying—mobile won't save it.

     

    Never forget Ming’s Law: “The eBafia [and PreyPal] lies, always has, always will”. And, when the eBafia is not practicing outright deception, they invariably are demonstrating utter incompetence.

     

    PayPal claims PayPal Is Not a Payments Processor!
    http://bit.ly/nt60Dq

     

    Enron / eBay / PayPal / Donahoe: Dead Men Walking.
    2 Dec 2011, 03:32 PM Reply Like
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