Posted on touch-screen.us Amazon Style Touchscreens for Apparel Stores Excerpt Amazon is planning to open its first bricks and mortar store dedicated to apparel, and one of the key components of the in-store customer experience will be touchscreens. The first Amazon Style store will be in suburban LA and will open later this year – showing women’s and… Read More »
Earlier this week, Amazon announced that it has opened virtual reality kiosks in 10 shopping malls to promote its upcoming Prime Day shopping event. Now you can see the Amazon VR experience for yourself. Prepare to be impressed: It’s significantly more elaborate than expected, and shows how a top re…
Rather than taking the obvious retail angle and depositing you in a computer-generated facsimile of a brick-and-mortar space, Amazon instead transports the shopper into a city filled with Prime Day products — beginning with the fun of a hot air balloon ride. Viewed through an Oculus Rift with full head tracking, the ride lets the shopper briefly see some of the brands and promotions Amazon is featuring before landing in a serene park.
Amazon is overhauling its reviews system with machine learning software to help display more helpful insights on its products from buyers, reports CNET. Source: thenextweb.com Automated recommendation engine for Amazon now coming online Post Views: 409
Amazon Kiosk News After nearly two decades of relying almost exclusively on e-commerce, Amazon said Wednesday it will soon open temporary holiday kiosks at the Westfield Galleria at Roseville and a San Francisco mall. The big Internet retailer said the kiosks will give shoppers a better opportunity to try out and purchase Kindle e-readers and other Amazon electronic… Read More »
Amazon Card Swipe SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 13 (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc unveiled a $10 credit-card reader and mobile app forbrick-and-mortar businesses on Wednesday, marking the lateststep by the U.S. online retailer to expand Source: www.reuters.com Amazon Local Register takes on Square, PayPal & NCR. 1.75% which is a remarkable rate. More than 90% of U.S. retail sales take… Read More »
Amazon.com Inc. is developing a premium Echo-like speaker with a screen, a sign the world’s largest online retailer is trying to capitalize on the surprise success of its voice-controlled home gadgets and fend off competition from Google and Apple Inc.