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Alibaba buys eye-scan security firm

The finance arm of China ecommerce giant Alibaba has bought US biometric authentication technology firm EyeVerify

Nike makes Back to the Future shoe a reality

Sportswear giant Nike will release a self-lacing shoe in select US stores in November

Retailers lack omnichannel consistency

New research suggests damaging inconsistencies in the omnichannel shopping experience of customers

Amazon invests in chatbot technology

Amazon has joined the rush to buy chatbot technology with the acquisition of artificial intelligence company Angel.ai, according to Tech Crunch

Desktop sales still in fashion in UK

UK online consumers are still more likely to buy fashion items on a desktop than a mobile

PayPal increases reach in China

European merchants can now accept Chinese cards on PayPal in a deal which helps western sellers reach Chinese shoppers

Dutch shopping mall unveils 'social mirror

Dutch shopping mall unveils 'social mirror

A Dutch shopping mall is bringing the vast world of online fashion vloggers into clothing stores with a mirror that provides live online fashion advice
Walmart plans motorised shopping trolleys

Walmart plans motorised shopping trolleys

Walmart has filed a patent for a device that will automatically take a trolley to wherever you are in their stores and even continue shopping with you
Vente-Privee expands global ecommerce delivery

Vente-Privee expands global ecommerce delivery

French online flash sales retailer Vente-Prevee is developing its international delivery strategy with Metapack
Oxford United completes EPoS overhaul

Oxford United completes EPoS overhaul

Oxford United football club has invested in a new EPoS system for its club store
Retailers unprepared for new EU data laws

Retailers unprepared for new EU data laws

New research has revealed that many retailers are unprepared for the recently agreed EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Ted Baker releases ‘shoppable’ online film

Ted Baker releases ‘shoppable’ online film

Ted Baker has released an interactive online ‘shoppable’ three-minute film courtesy of executive producer Guy Ritchie
Rutter’s uses forecourt tech to engage customers

Rutter’s uses forecourt tech to engage customers

US fuel and food retailer Rutter’s Farm Stores is using a new outdoor payment terminal to better engage fuel-and-go consumers
How to re-platform for cross-border ecommerce success

How to re-platform for cross-border ecommerce success

Nir Debbi, co-founder and CMO at Global-e, on the importance and key considerations of re-platforming for cross-border ecommerce business