The free peer-to-peer app was launched last year in Vancouver and is currently only available to Canadians.
Gett has partnered with Veuve Clicquot to delivery champagne in 10 minutes to certain areas of London.
The 3D printed Smart Cap saves users from pouring spoiled milk into their tea or coffee.
CurrentC will go through a trail run in August; time will tell if the retailer developed mobile payment platform will be able to compete with Apple Pay.
Food and beverage is one of the most popular categories on Groupon; now they have added OrderUp to their arsenal.
Macy’s is partnering with startup Deliv to offer more of their customers same day delivery in the U.S.
As the use of mobile payments go up, tips will raise as well.
Jet.com is proving to be tough competition for Amazon, whether it will last will depend upon how many consumers they can persuade to pay the membership fee of $49.99 a year.
Nordstrom is advertising their annual sale in a different and unique way – erecting a 3D sign on their roof.
Michele Chu wants to revolutionize the condom industry with the company Girlplay.
The company is using innovative ways to create wool that has a lesser impact on the environment while making a product that is warm and breathable.
A look at the top 5 smartwatches that are about to disrupt Apple’s hold on the market.
Now medical marijuana users can have their drugs delivered right to their door via Potbox.
Select S6 and S6 Edge owners will be able to use Samsung Pay in Korea ahead of its launch.
Victoria’s Secret has a new app that gives customers access to a public chat where they can see user photos and use branded emojis – creating a platform for consumers to discuss the brand.
Online presence is key to today’s retail market, and it now means that even mom and pop shops need to have an online presence.
The accessory and apparel company has signed deals with companies to expand into women’s, kids, home decor and even baked goods.
Fleetzen is the Seattle based startup that wants to get in on the Uber game by helping to deliver larger items to customer’s homes.
Move over iBeacon, here comes Google’s Eddystone.
Apple Pay recently launched in the UK, and so far Brits are none to impressed with the payment innovation.
Yes wearers will not become tennis champions, but they will look great and have amazing foot support while they exercise or run errands.