Fast Company published a feature article yesterday (March 23) on Gap Inc. and the company's new CEO, Art Peck (pictured above).
On Wednesday (March 18), TechCrunch reported that Starbucks has partnered with on-demand delivery service Postmates (see above photo) to deliver the former's coffee to customers ordering via the Starbucks mobile app.
As we’ve previously blogged, the Starbucks app is “the envy of retail”. The ability to integrate loyalty/rewards/payment in a mobile app is certainly worth replicating.
SXSW 2015 is taking place this week in Austin, Texas and Fast Company sat down with McDonald's chief digital officer, Atif Rafik, to peek into his vision for the restaurant chain by the year 2020.
Yesterday (March 11), Google opened its first-ever branded store location in London, England (pictured above).
It's back in the news: Disney's incredible MagicBand! We blogged about this a couple years ago (I can't believe it's been two years already); the bracelet was being called "MyMagic+" at the time.
Today was Apple's official launch announcement of its Apple Watch device, which will become available on April 24 for $349 for a base model and up to $10,000+ for its luxury models.
Fast Company posted a video yesterday (Feb. 25) in which host Jason Feifer gets a demonstration of the interactive mirrors at fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff's New York City boutique.
News.com.au reported yesterday (Feb. 24) that, according to new research from Visa, Australians are ready for a new payment system that would allow consumers to pay with anything from a smartwatch to a chip in their car.
RetailWire reported today that Target has dropped its free shipping threshold from $50 to $25, undercutting Amazon ($35), Best Buy ($35) and Walmart ($50).
The Canberra Times published an interesting article a couple weeks ago (Feb. 13) about a number of international clothing brands that have recently entered the Australian market, some with remarkable success.
Just over a month ago, we blogged about a rumor that Google was in talks to buy Softcard.