The rapid growth of digital fraud by consumers working with dark web-based gangs is a symptom of fraud's accessibility and democratization among everyday internet users.
Recent shifts in consumer behavior will significantly impact brand sales this year and beyond. Brand marketers need to refocus efforts on planet sustainability; otherwise, they risk losing their consumer bases to brands that do.
Microsoft may have ushered in a paradigm shift with the release of new versions of its search engine, Bing, and web browser, Edge -- both now powered by artificial intelligence.
Attention retailers! Are your stores ready to get phygital? A successful phygital retail strategy blends the useful elements of the in-person customer experience into the digital sphere interchangeably.
The most popular search engine on the internet may be headed for some rough sailing in the next one or two years, according to the creator of Gmail.
The baseline of personalization still involves the consumer experience. Staying ahead of the trend is essential to make informed decisions. Expect the following three personalization trends to make an impact in 2023.
A gang of big banks, including Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and JPMorgan Chase, are reportedly preparing to launch a digital wallet product to compete with those offered by tech heavyweights Apple, Google, and PayPal.
Retailers who want to avoid losing revenue and having customers defrauded need to understand how fraud is happening now. Let's explore how to cope with these prevalent tactics being used by fraudsters.
Copycat websites increasingly surface on the web stealing customers’ cash and damaging e-tailers’ branding and trustworthy reputations. Until now, most brands tolerated the threat but seemed powerless to prevent it; that scenario may be starting to change. Digital perpetrators offer bogu...