the company is working with various retailers in mall properties, creating “shoppable windows.” For example, Kate Spade Saturdays have been held in New York, featuring an interactive storefront that allow shoppers to order merchandise on a touch screen, schedule a free one-hour delivery to anywhere in the city, and pay with PayPal.
via fastcompany:

When the auction and marketplace that once led the online shopping charge started to fall behind, eBay started looking for the next big thing: recording what you look at, touch, and take into a dressing room.
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the company is working with various retailers in mall properties, creating “shoppable windows.” For example, Kate Spade Saturdays have been held in New York, featuring an interactive storefront that allow shoppers to order merchandise on a touch screen, schedule a free one-hour delivery to anywhere in the city, and pay with PayPal.

via fastcompany:

When the auction and marketplace that once led the online shopping charge started to fall behind, eBay started looking for the next big thing: recording what you look at, touch, and take into a dressing room.

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