E-Commerce

6.25.19

Wayfair Is Profiting from Immigration Detention, So I'm Walking Out

Honestly, we did not think this would go all across the internet.

11.21.18

Chinese tech giant Alibaba goes offline with new supermarkets

Chinese consumers don’t seem to mind that Alibaba’s new supermarkets collect more data than ever

10.22.18

Amazon and Walmart have started an online shopping war for the Indian holiday season

Online shopping is becoming a new Indian holiday tradition, thanks to American corporations.

6.13.18

Instagram is coming for your credit card

Shopping is the app's next frontier.

12.14.16

The First-Ever Amazon Drone Deliveries Have Begun

The delivery, touted by Jeff Bezos, took place in the UK.

Advertisement
12.3.16

Witchsy Is Like Etsy for People Who Want to Sell Jars Full of Fingernails

Witchsy is a craft-oriented e-commerce site like Etsy, where artists can sell NSFW work and weird shit without the risk of censorship.

5.14.16

Lack of Online Privacy Has Chilling Effect, U.S. Department of Commerce Says

Breaches and corporate data collection have stopped 45% of Americans from buying and saying stuff online.

12.11.15

Soulja Boy's Hoverboard Company Is a Victim of Internet Scammers

It turns out the majority of Soulja Boy's Soulja Board-branded hoverboards were bought by fraudsters.

12.4.15

How Gawker Turned Into Groupon

This holiday, behold the rise of stealth e-commerce content-farming.

11.20.15

'Generous' Is Trying to Make Pay-What-You-Can the Normal Way to Buy Online

With Generous, you can buy your records and screenprints, and feel good about it too.

10.9.15

Alibaba Has a New Plan to Familiarize Itself to Westerners

Alibaba is trying to demystify itself for a global audience.

0103