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We’ve already established that it’s the pervasiveness of online shopping apps killing the shopping mall. But what about augmented reality? Could that change the way we purchase things in the future?
I spent an hour this week at a pop-up showcase for the ASUS ZenFone AR. It’s been nearly eight…
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Recently, Google has been fined a heavy amount of 2.42 billion euros by the European Commission. The European Commission has accused Google of unfairly using its power over the internet by prioritizing its own shopping services. Has Google distorted the market? Google has been accused of distorting the market and has received the highest penalty […]
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Apple has announced a special shopping event, called “Lose Your Wallet,” to be held in San Francisco next weekend, on June 23-25, with a collection of discounts for Apple Pay users. In Hayes Valley and the Marina anyone who has Apple Pay set up on their iPhone or Apple Watch will be able to take advantage of the exclusive discounts and offers at a variety of merchants (via Apple Insider).
Some of the Hayes Valley merchants with exclusive Apple Pay offers running next weekend include Aether (get a free gift card), Smitten Ice Cream (take 25 percent off your order), Blue Bottle Coffee (take 15 percent off your order), Sugar ($5 martinis and beers), Double Decker (get …
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Nerd alert! Inside Taipei’s PC and gadget shopping paradise
Many will run Windows, but look carefully as they are probably running … powerful latest gaming machines to the MSI Cubi, an Intel Celeron-based mini PC that can fit in a bag. You’ll be surprised by the variety and depth of products on show, like …
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Shopping lists made with Google Assistant will be moved to the Google Home and Google Express apps starting on April 10th. Users who regularly access their shopping lists through Google Keep have been notified of this change via an in-app message. The transfer is mandatory, which means after April 10th, all of the shopping lists stored in Google Keep will be moved to the Google Home app. The shopping lists can then be accessed through Google Home and Google Express apps by tapping the list icon and also through the shopping list shortcut in the Google Assistant. All the things you can do before with shopping lists, like adding items via Google Assistant, checking items off, ordering items…
Voice Purchasing with Alexa is one of the more unique and helpful features of Amazon’s voice assistant. In the wrong hands, however, it can lead to unwanted or accidental purchases. Here’s how to avoid that….
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