What the future of shopping will look like in an age when people make purchases via their phones.
In order to continually keep on trend, clothing that can change colour at the touch of a button is the next big must have for the apparel industry.
The technology has the ability to wick moisture, repel water and resist stains without changing the way it hangs on the body – a win for the retail industry and customers.
On July 15th Amazon will hold its first ever “Amazon Prime Day”, that is being billed as the sales to end all sales – but only for Amazon Prime members.
In a effort to control cryptocurrencies, Citibank is in pre-production of its own form of the Bitcoin.
Goodbye Crazy Glue – The amazing rubber product that can fix almost anything right out of the package.
Smart Bottle allows Rémy Martin to stay connected with consumers after purchase.
Subscription services, like Birchbox, are staying relevant by offering quality products, good prices and a high level of care.
Amazon needs to increase its sales in fashion and groceries – two areas in which they are currently struggling – in order to meet its targets of $200 billion in sales per year.
7-Eleven is testing delivery of convenience food in two cities with more locations planned for the end of 2015.
Nicholas Woodman talks about how the new tiny cube camera is an effort to offer something new and excited to customers.
Though e-commerce tends to make up a small percentage of sales for department stores, it is helping to drive up the number of customers that visit brick-and-mortar stores.
The French company, Spinali Design, used technology to create a bikini and towel that monitors UV levels.
The 18-month startup, BloomThat allows customers to be romantic even when they work an 80 hour work week.
After the violence and arrests, Uber will be suspending UberPop services in France Friday evening. And now they are looking at an uncertain future as transportations most important disruption.
Apple is rumoured to be growing its Apple Pay platform to include peer-to-peer payment, in an effort to compete against Google Wallet app.
Homepolish wants to design your space by giving you access to your very own designer via their website.
Leesa Sleep, which began selling mattresses this past January, just raised its first fund of $9 million.
Marstercard will release an app that will allow its users to make purchases using facial recognition or fingerprint software- eliminating the need to remember a pin code.
Shyp forges ahead of its competitors and makes its contract workers employees.
The iconic shoe company is marrying style and technology with its new line of shoes.