Articles Tagged ‘Amazon’


Amazon Go is a glimpse into a universal-mobile future

December 7, 2016

After completely dominating the online shopping world, Amazon is continuing to move further into physical retail with its latest offering: a bricks-and-mortar grocery store where consumers can purchase items through an app and then just grab them off the shelf.

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Announcing Mobile FirstLook 2017 New York Jan. 18

December 5, 2016

Register now for the nation’s premier conference focused on how marketing, advertising, retail, agencies and media will rapidly evolve in 2017 from a mobile standpoint. Hear speakers from Dunkin’ Donuts, Hershey’s, Amazon, Levi Strauss, Vitamin Shoppe, PetSmart, Alex and Ani, Google and Forrester Research.

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Announcing Mobile FirstLook 2017 New York Jan. 18

November 30, 2016

Register now for the nation’s premier conference focused on how marketing, advertising, retail, agencies and media will rapidly evolve in 2017 from a mobile standpoint. Hear speakers from Dunkin’ Donuts, Hershey’s, Amazon, Levi Strauss, Vitamin Shoppe, PetSmart, Alex and Ani, Google and Forrester Research.

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Mobile Minutes: Mobile Web; Facebook ballots; the Apple touch; Amaazon’s shortcomings

October 31, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – Seventy-five percent of internet use in 2017 will be mobile: report; What’s on your ballot? Facebook will show you; Jony Ive talks about putting the Apple “touch” on the MacBook Pro; Amazon comes up short on profits, focusing on warehouses and movies.

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Mobile Minutes: Possible Android iMessage?; Amazon’s shares; AirPods delayed; Google Fiber

October 27, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – Report: Apple has made internal mockups of iMessage for Android; Could Amazon hit $1,000 a share?; Google halts Fiber rollout in some U.S. cities; Apple delays AirPods wireless headphones announced with iPhone 7.

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Mobile Minutes: Microsoft shares soar; Internet outages across the country; Amazon’s grocery ambitions; Samsung’s other problem

October 24, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – Microsoft shares surge past 1999 high; Internet outage swoops in and out of the US; Watch out Walmart. Amazon is coming after the grocery business; Galaxy Note 7 is not Samsung’s only problematic product.

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Mobile Minutes: Snapchat’s IPO; YouTube debate views; Amazon Music; Vera Bradley hacked

October 13, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – Snapchat said to pick Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs to lead IPO; YouTube records 124M views for second presidential debate, Amazon’s full on-demand streaming music service launches today; Vera Bradley says payment system hacked, delaying website upgrade.

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Announcing Mobile FirstLook 2017 New York Jan. 18

October 12, 2016

Register now for the nation’s premier conference focused on how marketing, advertising, retail, agencies and media will rapidly evolve in 2017 from a mobile standpoint. Hear speakers from Dunkin’ Donuts, Hershey’s, Amazon, Levi Strauss, Vitamin Shoppe, PetSmart, Alex and Ani, Google and Forrester Research.

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Mobile Minutes: Amazon’s free books; Orange Leaf’s drone deliveries; Sony VR reviews; Silicon Valley’s EU troubles

October 10, 2016

Today in mobile marketing – Amazon adds free books to the ever-growing list of Prime benefits; Orange Leaf successfully delivers frozen yogurt by drone; Sony PlayStation VR review: The best of an early crop; Data-heavy Silicon Valley deals may land in EU firing line.

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Brands must not treat Amazon like a traditional retailer

October 10, 2016

Many brands considering or currently working with the company approach Amazon’s business the exact same way that they do all of their other retailer relationships. Why do they do this if it is no secret that Amazon is so disruptive and different?

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