Amazon unveiled a new discovery feature for buying home products on the mobile phone or tablet called Amazon Scout. The visual tool is almost like a board of items and is similar to a tool that apps such as Stitch Fix employ for users to rate items with a thumbs up or down.
Amazon finally opened its first Amazon Go location in Seattle to the public after more than a year of piloting the cashier-less store. Shoppers with the Amazon Go app on their phones open it and scan the code at the turnstile to enter the store, put the phone away and shop.
Nestle Waters' S.Pellegrino partnered with the e-commerce giant to stage a pandemic-conscious, Friendsgiving-themed storefront spotlighting shoppable recipes prepared by culinary star Kristen Kish of Top Chef fame.
Hint, a San Francisco-based company that last year made the Path to Purchase Institute’s list of Standout Small Brands, has expanded further into the personal care category with Amazon as its exclusive retail partner.
Known for its flagship unsweetened flavored water, the healthy lifestyle brand
The publically released patent file for Amazon.com’s Amazon Prime Air drone technology says that the drones – if granted the regulatory support it warrants – would be able to deliver a product based on GPS location.
Amazon.com has introduced a “Dash Button” that helps consumers never run out of some of the key household products they need, like laundry detergent, toilet paper, snacks or a range of bath and kitchen products.
Adapting the old adage “show don’t tell,” Amazon introduced Echo Show, a Wi-Fi-enabled Echo device that uses Alexa to field voice requests from users at home but delivers answers to a seven-inch screen that can also be used for video calls.
I didn’t shop at all on Amazon.com during the 2017 holiday season, which apparently puts me in the minority of U.S. shoppers – including within my own house, where my wife and teenage daughter made backdoor packages from Prime a near-daily occurrence in December.