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Imagine: 'Alexa, have a gallon of milk ready for curbside pickup at 5:30'.
Set to open in spring 2017, Amazon's bookstore in Manhattan's Time Warner Center will offer customers titles based on Amazon.com ratings and sales, and have the same price tag as the offering online.
Just in time for the holiday season, Target has launched a mobile payment solution within its main app. Using a barcode to scan at checkout, Wallet is restricted to Target's credit and debit card.
Wal-Mart to Walmart: The retail giant is booting "Stores" from its legal name as e-commerce grows.
It's been two years since Amazon removed the Apple TV and Google Chromecast from its store to "avoid customer confusion."
Apple plans to launch Apple Pay in China this week to take on fierce competition from Samsung and Alibaba, and is eyeing France next.
Barrese is out after a year, and his responsibilities are being split in two.
Look out, Amazon Prime: eBay this summer will begin a program that will guarantee an item is at your door in 72 hours.
Walmart's Project Kepler is being led by Jet.com's co-founder and CTO. It sounds similar to Amazon's Go, which allows customers to walk out of a store with a product and pay virtually.