Last year we saw consumers waiting until after Thanksgiving dinner to start shopping. Now they’re shopping all day long. Your iPhone is now your newest utensil at the dinner table; sad, but true.

The Final Tally From IBM: Cyber Monday Online Spending Up 30 Percent From Last Year | TechCrunch
As of yesterday afternoon, Cyber Monday online sales were up 18 percent but apparently a surge of activity yesterday evening helped push the  day’s e-commerce sales to record amounts. Cyber Monday online sales,  according to IBM’s Coremetrics report, were up 33 percent over 2010, and up 29.3 percent over Black Friday.
IBM says that the average order amount was up 2.6 percent this year  from $193.24 to $198.26. The shopping peaks during the day took place at  11:05am PST/2:05pm EST as well as after commuting hours on both the  east and west coast.
On Cyber Monday, 10.8 percent of people used a mobile device to visit  a retailer’s site, up from 3.9 percent in 2010. Additionally, mobile  sales were up as well, reaching 6.6 percent on Cyber Monday versus 2.3  percent in 2010.
Interestingly, more people flocked to mobile devices to shop on Black  Friday than Cyber Monday. On Cyber Monday mobile traffic averaged 10.8  percent compared to 14.3 percent on Black Friday. And consumer sales on  mobile devices reached 6.6 percent versus 9.8 percent on Black Friday.

The Final Tally From IBM: Cyber Monday Online Spending Up 30 Percent From Last Year | TechCrunch

As of yesterday afternoon, Cyber Monday online sales were up 18 percent but apparently a surge of activity yesterday evening helped push the day’s e-commerce sales to record amounts. Cyber Monday online sales, according to IBM’s Coremetrics report, were up 33 percent over 2010, and up 29.3 percent over Black Friday.

IBM says that the average order amount was up 2.6 percent this year from $193.24 to $198.26. The shopping peaks during the day took place at 11:05am PST/2:05pm EST as well as after commuting hours on both the east and west coast.

On Cyber Monday, 10.8 percent of people used a mobile device to visit a retailer’s site, up from 3.9 percent in 2010. Additionally, mobile sales were up as well, reaching 6.6 percent on Cyber Monday versus 2.3 percent in 2010.

Interestingly, more people flocked to mobile devices to shop on Black Friday than Cyber Monday. On Cyber Monday mobile traffic averaged 10.8 percent compared to 14.3 percent on Black Friday. And consumer sales on mobile devices reached 6.6 percent versus 9.8 percent on Black Friday.