If all you've read about mobile commerce is Mary Meeker's annual "Internet Trends" report, then you probably think Groupon is dominating the mobile commerce landscape.
You'd be wrong.
What about Amazon.com , the far and away dominant player in desktop and laptop shopping?
In the video below, Motley Fool contributor Jay Jenkins discusses the current mobile commerce landscape with Brandon Workman, mobile industry expert and writer. Based on his most recent report, Workman has the data to prove how and why eBay is the lead horse in mobile commerce.
Notice a particularly giant retailer missing from this conversation?
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