Trends come and go in fashion, and change is a fact of life. One thing that seem set to permanently change the face of online fashion is the rise of visual content and the emergence of “search by image” platforms.
Amazon has launched its B2B marketplace in the UK, two years after it first launched in the US.
Amazon have been looking at the possibility of furniture and appliance stores, where customers can use Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality as a way to see what products will look like in their homes before they purchase
The US ecommerce giant has agreed terms with Souq.com. While details were not disclosed, reports suggest that Amazon beat a bid from Emaar Malls PJSC for $800 million, while Techcrunch suggests a value of £520 million.
Coffee fanatics will soon be able to order their Starbucks within the comfort of their cars as the company announces a partnership with Ford.
UK based Rant & Rave, the customer engagement specialists who work with half of the FTSE including Barclays, Sky and easyJet, has developed a customer feedback integration for Amazon Alexa, Amazon’s cloud-based voice service.
Tesco shoppers who order before 9am can now pick up their groceries from midday onwards. This extends an existing service that sees customers order by 1pm for pick up from 4pm, and will be available from more than 300 sites across the UK, Monday to Saturday. The move comes as more of the supermarket’s shoppers… Read more »
Google has added shopping functionality to its smart speaker Google Assistant, as it looks to take on the popularity of Amazon Echo.
Business Insider reports that analysis from market research firm Slice Intelligence, Amazon accounted for 53 per cent of online sales growth in the US in 2016,
Whether it’s likely to be built or not, an analyst from CB Insights uncovered an Amazon patent application from 2014 for a floating warehouse to hover thousands of feet above its customers.
Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos announced the UK’s first drone delivery in a tweet.
Amazon is offer one-hour delivery of groceries sourced from Morrisons stores to selected postcodes in London and Hertfordshire.