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Walmart reportedly plans to take on Amazon this summer with an invite only trial program that offers unlimited free delivery for a low annual fee.
Google-flavored hardware is saying sayonara to the Play Store and hello to the Google Store.
Got a favorite subreddit you visit every day? Pretty soon you may be able to purchase a t-shirt to show off your subreddit love.
The advertisements redirected victims to the Sweet Orange exploit kit, which tries to install malware.
The search giant gets serious about same-day delivery.
More than half a million new comments are on their way to the FCC, lobbying against the regulatory body's Open Internet guidelines.
Another day, another Internet protest in the continuing cat and mouse game between supporters and detractors of net neutrality.
Google is building its own shopping empire by pulling together several services and its massive amount of data.
For now, the app just stores gift cards and loyalty cards. But we think the company eventually wants to run every transaction through your Amazon account.
Tilt's partnership with ESPN is part of its efforts to be more than just a site for crowdfunding projects.
You'll be able to get books the same day you order them from Barnes & Noble -- assuming you're living in the three cities where Google is offering the service through Google Shopping Express.
The one-two punch of consumers' eagerness to share their opinions and their unfamiliarity with business contracts spells opportunity for big data
The ebook subscription service wants to take a page from physical bookstores by adding a human element to its recommendation and book discovery features.
Near-instant gratification is now available in 12 markets, provided you get your order in early enough.
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