Last week I concluded my post by mentioning the potential of mobile devices when we're out and about shopping in stores.
The NRF (National Retail Federation) has launched a new Mobile Initiative. This will "offer best practices and learning opportunities for retailers diving into m-commerce".
Ah, April. The cruellest month, Eliot called it; well, it’s usually the month that Liverpool’s interest in the Premier League comes to a sad end, but the club spared me that perennial upset by opting out of the title race by Christmas.
The UK Payments Council has published a report on the future of cash and it contains a lot of detail about how Brits make payments.
Well, I could add concerts, cinemas, baseball and theatres amongst others to the list. But..what have they got in common? In short, they're all sectors that are exploiting mobile ticketing.
Part of me – the naughty little boy part of me – was itching to make today’s blog an April Fool’s number, a kind of wireless equivalent of the Panorama spaghetti trees and the wonderful tropical archipelago of San Seriffe.