eBay Debuts Shoppable Touchscreens And Digital Storefronts For Sony, Toms And Rebecca Minkoff In San Francisco – TechCrunch
eBay is debuting a number of new, connected digital storefronts for shoppers today at the Westfield Mall in San Francisco. Similar to the marketplace giant's shoppable windows in New York, this new partnership melds connected glass, mobile technology and digital payments to give Sony, TOMS and Rebecca Minkoff shoppers the ability to buy from these digital storefronts in the Westfield San Francisco Centre.
The Swap-o-matic is a vending machine which playfully tries to remind us that reusing and recycling can be just as fun as buying something new. The machine allows users to donate and receive items, instantly and for free!
Nike Community Wall
This interactive touchscreen application allows users to experience the Nike brand and its sports-enthusiastic community at the point of sale.
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Granary Row: Shipping Container Pop-up Market Jump Starts Industrial Neighborhood in Salt Lake City
Granary Row is a pop-up market and festival space made from recycled shipping containers that is located in the middle of the street in Salt Lake City’s largely vacant, industrial Granary District.
An Experimental New Starbucks Store: Tiny, Portable, And Hyper Local
A new style of smaller, LEED-certified Starbucks may touch down near you soon. It’s all part of a plan to evolve the coffee giant’s business.