Tag Archives: payments


Does Britain Still Love Queuing?

If there’s one thing Brits know how to do really well, its queuing. Our proud reputation has been backed up by a recent survey which suggests we spend on average one year, two weeks and a day waiting in line in shops. However the survey also suggests that even British consumers have a breaking point when it comes to queues:...


Our 2 cents’ worth on Mobile Payments

The race for mobile payments domination is heating up, with Android and Samsung due to enter the market in the coming months, along with Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Walmart all developing their own store payment systems. What are mobile payments? Mobile payment is a term used to describe the process of paying for goods in store using your mobile phone. The...


What will win the battle of Wearables – software or hardware?

One question is dominating the narrative as the wearables market grows: what will be bigger - hardware or software? In the old world of personal computers Microsoft and Apple captured most of the value while hardware producers, with the exception of microchip producer Intel, were left to compete mostly on price. Will wearables be different? Innovation abounds already – for example...