At last month's Mobile World Congress, e-wallets took a few more strides towards ubiquity. Peter Gothard identifies this year's major m-commerce players, and the leading offerings
Member states, though, are against extending the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive
Companies offering services on Amazon's AWS infrastructure accuse the online giant of copying their work
Andrew Mason fired following a string of poor financial results
Unknown if service will launch in the UK
HMV must find a way to emulate the multi-channel success of Apple and John Lewis if the venerable old retailer is to have any hope of survival
In many companies, the IT department is melting away to be replaced by a patchwork of cloud and outsourced applications. However, demand for IT staff still remains strong - even if the roles have changed dramatically over the past 10 years
Supermarket chain establishes in-house digital marketing agency in advance of online web launch
E-commerce firm seeks software engineers, UI experts and graphic designers
Amazon.co.uk leads the way as top e-commerce site
Office of Fair Trading to look into legality of personalised prices
A number of companies have rushed to launch mobile payment devices that plug into Android and Apple iOS smartphones, but can users be sure that they are secure?
Huge boom in mobile and tablet purchases will only get bigger in future, says payment service provider
Ecommerce giant believes unreliable mobile connections hampering online sales
Everything deleted from customer Kindle - but Amazon refuses to explain why
Social network also accused of selling personal info to advertisers
When ex-Sun CEO Scott McNealy uttered those words back in 1999, he was roundly criticised - but right. Today, people have less privacy online than ever
Digital word of mouth provides the most effective advertising, while London 2012 was 'the social event of all time'
Francesco de Marchis is overseeing a website revamp at Play.com that aims to revolutionise the way people sell and shop on the net
The past few months have seen worrying developments for those who value their privacy and expect personal data to be handled with a degree of circumspection. So is the fight for the right to be forgotten a lost cause?
The government insists that the UK will lead Europe when it comes to fast broadband. But where are we placed in relation to the rest of world?
Aims to stimulate business by connecting different firms through one IT infrastructure