Moo.com, the online-to-print business card company that was one of the UK’s earlier startup successes, is branching out: it is buying all of the assets of Flavors.me, the site where people can create online personal profiles, effectively the digital equivalent of the business card.
Visa today is announcing a key development in its bid to build a ubiquitous digital wallet service to compete against the likes of PayPal. It has signed on Overstock.com as the lastest retailer to use V.me.
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Australians taking advantage of the strong $A to shop online for goods and services rely heavily on the bona fides of online suppliers – if you’re ripped off there’s little to do apart from seethe silently and flame constantly. But the FBI’s interested if it was a US site or citizen that did the ripping off.
Toronto-based ShopLocket was launched earlier this year to provide an ultra-simple way for users to sell goods online. Now it’s providing a way for merchants who use its system to combine both digital and physical goods in bundles.
ShopLocket allows anyone to quickly sell goods online, with not much more than a Facebook login necessary.
Citing Google statistics that show Australians make 40 million online grocery searches and 140 million clothing searches each month, online catalogue specialist Lasoo.com.au has announced a free iPad application which will let people browse retail catalogues and in some cases click through to purchase.