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The Seattle firm is expanding its contactless in-garage delivery service to more than 4,000 cities across the U.S., including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, and more.
Amidst a demand surge caused by COVID-19, Amazon hired about 175,000 workers in the U.S. Now the firm has announced that nearly 70% of these hires will be offered permanent roles at the company.
Uber for Business has launched its Eats service in Brazil, France, Canada, and the UK. Uber plans to roll out the service to more than 20 countries this year but didn't state which countries.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company announced on Tuesday that it will stop non-essential sales and shipments in the country, following a similar move in Italy and Spain.
Just Eat and Takeaway.com have announced that they will merge following the agreement of their terms. Both firms are market leaders in several countries so the merger looks good for shareholders.
Google's recent updates to Play Store policies added marijuana to the list of restricted content on the platform, meaning apps will no longer be able to offer delivery services for cannabis.
A new delivery mechanism has been patented by Microsoft that allows for the delivery of products directly to receiving vehicles while they travel between two locations, reducing delivery times.
Amazon has announced that Whole Foods Market will offer deliveries and pickups in additional areas. The latest expansion brings the total number of areas served to just over 60 cities.
Hub by Amazon, a delivery locker system that quietly launched last July, provides apartment residents in the U.S. quick and secure access to their packages anytime from any sender, not just Amazon.
Drones, smart locks and now photos? Amazon is now trialing a new home delivery feature that gives you visual confirmation that your package has been delivered and where you can find it.
At the ongoing CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Toyota announced its partnership with Amazon, Pizza Hut, and Uber to develop driverless vehicles for delivering products to consumers in the future.
We all love receiving new packages, especially from online stores, however, having to wait around for the delivery can be boring, but it seems Amazon has a solution, and it wants access to your house.
Amazon has updated its Alexa artificial intelligence to allow customers to buy goods from its own Prime Now store. Customers will have to have a default payment and default shipping address.
Instead of heading out to your nearest game store for the midnight release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, stay home and let Amazon bring it to you instead.
Microsoft delayed shipments of its massive Surface Hub displays last month, and today, the company revealed that it won't begin deliveries until January - six months after opening pre-orders.
Apple has partnered with startup courier service Postmates to offer same-day delivery (within four hours) for most products through its app and web store, albeit currently only in the Bay Area.
The online mega-store is testing out a new shipping method that would allow shipping services to leave ordered products in the trunk of your car; the pilot is starting with Germany.
The underdog wireless service provider is ready to begin rolling out its new hand-delivery service to new U.S. markets when purchasing new phones.
Amazon starts to offer a new super-speedy one or two hour delivery service. The Prime Now service starts to roll out in Manhattan today. Nappies and toilet paper are expected to be popular items.
With Amazon's futuristic view of deliveries using drones having an undetermined fate, now they've introduced a faster (and more classic) way of getting your products delivered-- old school bicycles.
Amazon is looking to make waves this holiday season and has expanded its partnership with the Royal Mail to now include over 10,000 post offices as official Amazon PickUp Locations.
Are you one of the lucky people in the UK patiently waiting for your iPhone 5 to arrive? If so, we've put togther a guide on how you can track your shipping status, after the jump.
ImportGenius, a search engine that gathers "competitive intelligence" by monitoring U.S. Customs records of ocean containers entering American ports, reported on Friday that they've spotted a "major spike" since mid-March in ocean containers received by...
Amazon.com may not offer free delivery on books in France, the high court in Versailles has ruled. The action, brought in January 2004 by the French Booksellers' Union (Syndicat de la librairie franÃ§aise), accused Amazon...
Symantec Corp. is slipping on its target delivery time for the next major upgrade of its security product for enterprises, code-named Hamlet, while it irons out final code wrinkles during beta testing. In May 2006,...
To help our customers become more secure and up-to-date, Microsoft will distribute Internet Explorer 7 as a high-priority update via Automatic Updates for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 soon after the final version of...
Dell Inc. will stop its practice of sending low-end computers to customers homes without charge in order to cut costs, the company said on Thursday. Starting on October 10, Dell's free shipping offer on basic...
Intel, in an effort to promote wide acceptance of the 800MHz FSB (front-side bus) standard, is cutting back deliveries of its 533MHz FSB CPUs to distributors, according sources. Distributors are not happy about Intel's strategy,...
Coming to a home or office near you could be an electric Internet: high-speed Web access via ubiquitous power lines, of all things, making every electrical outlet an always-on Web connection. If it...
Thanks my mate Timan who sent this to me while looking for Eskimo Bob.. At the Electronic Entertainment Expo, TransGaming Technologies and Transitive Technologies will be unveiling a game-porting technology that can allow Windows-based x86...
Thanks Darren Bolton for this, you're da man! :D Apple Computer, Ericsson, and Sun Microsystems are joining forces to make it easier for network operators to deliver multimedia content such as movie clips...