Amazon.com and bitcoin now have an interesting link: A popular e-commerce shopping cart for merchants can now accept bitcoin payments and move orders to Amazon for shipping.
Microsoft is ending its "Scroogled" advertising takedown of Google's privacy practices, citing a successful petition and continued Web presence at Scroogled.com.
If Google truly plans to get into same-day shipping, it'll head down a path that has felled other major e-tailers—but the benefits to the Google ecosystem could be huge if the company pulls it off.
Google's free service might just be the ultimate 'disposable' phone number for online activities.
The largest bitcoin exchange in the world will have a presence in the U.S. starting in March, a move intended to make it easier for people in the U.S. and Canada to buy the virtual currency.
New models are making room for price cuts on recent introductions, including Ivy Bridge laptops, tablets, HD TVs and PS3s, which may pique attention of bargain hunters.
Opening its own brick-and-mortar retail stores could help Google sell more of its Chromebooks, Nexus tablets and other hardware, analysts said, reacting to online reports that Google may soon be coming to the local shopping mall.
Half of new retail customer identities will be based on social network profiles by 2015, a Gartner report has claimed.
Using a smartphone to pay for purchases in lieu of a physical debit or credit card may become a $1 trillion business by 2015, and other technologies to lure consumers could be the key.
Continued sales gains in the last three months of 2012 have propelled Samsung to within 10% of Apple's smartphone market share, according to the latest research from the NPD Group.