Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research

Articles from Vol. 2, No. 2, August

A Conceptual Framework and Propositions for the Acceptance of Mobile Services
AbstractMobile services are heralded to create a tremendous spectrum of business opportunities. User acceptance of these services is of paramount importance. Consequently, a deeper insight into theory-based research is required to better understand the...
A System for Locating Mobile Terminals with Tunable Privacy
AbstractA number of approaches for capturing and processing location information of mobile users have been proposed in the past; however, only with the latest advances in the handset technology, a terminal-based positioning approach, using overlay SIP...
Australian Case Studies in Mobile Commerce
AbstractSixteen wireless case studies highlight issues relating to mobile commerce in Australia. The issues include: the need for a clear business case; difficulty of achieving critical mass and acceptance of a new service; training and technical issues,...
Key Drivers of Mobile Commerce Adoption. an Exploratory Study of Spanish Mobile Users
AbstractDespite dramatic differences between non-store shoppers were discovered, very limited research has been conducted to examine them. This paper analyses the background of M-commerce and key drivers of future M-commerce decision among Spanish mobile...
Motivations and Challenges for M-Business Transformation: A Multiple-Case Study
AbstractWith the advance of wireless technology in recent years, issues of mobile (m-) business transformation become more important for researchers and practitioners. Subsequent to e-business transformation, mobile technology creates another opportunity...
Revenue Logics of Mobile Entertainment Software - Observations from Companies Producing Mobile Games
AbstractWhile growing at a fast phase, mobile gaming industry is facing a transformation both in terms of technical infrastructures as well as business models. At the users' end, formerly preferred specific game consoles are increasingly being replaced...
Special Issue on M-Commerce
Today, mobile networks serve approximately three billion subscribers worldwide, a quantity that even exceeds the number of users connected to the Internet, which is estimated to be around one billion. This impressive coverage of mobile technology and...
The Future of Radio Frequency Identification
AbstractThis study identifies the most important and unsolved issues that will determine the future of radio frequency identification (RFID). A review of the RFID business-oriented literature identified twelve issues related to the future of RFID. In...