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HMV Set to Launch New E-commerce Option

Thursday 21 May 2015 - 13:30
HMV Set to Launch New E-commerce Option

HMV continues its fightback by launching an online shopping platform.

HMV is planning to launch an e-commerce website in the next few weeks, which will allow the public to purchase from them online for the first time since they went into administration in 2013.

Two years ago the media high street giant collapsed after struggling with £170 million of debt. More than 220 ...read more

Further Details of Amazon Delivery Drone Project Revealed

Friday 15 May 2015 - 11:30
Further Details of Amazon Delivery Drone Project Revealed

New details of Amazon’s drone parcel delivery plans have emerged.

The United States Patent Office has published further details on the Amazon Prime Air delivery service, which gives specifics on how the drones would work.

According to the document, the parcel delivery drones will be able to detect and lock onto a signal from the smartphone of the person who is expe ...read more

Homebase Upgrades Online Platform to Improve Customer Experience

Friday 15 May 2015 - 11:00
Homebase Upgrades Online Platform to Improve Customer Experience

Homebase is the latest retailer to make a big online push.

One of the UK’s largest home and garden retailers, Homebase, has updated its website to include IBM Commerce software in order to enhance the experience of its customers, all through the integration of online, in-store and mobile shopping.

Homebase currently offers over 38,000 different home and gard ...read more

British Students Are Sitting On A £8.46bn Goldmine

Thursday 07 May 2015 - 10:05
British Students Are Sitting On A £8.46bn Goldmine

By selling unwanted goods, students could net themselves more than £6K each.

A study by online auction site eBay found that British students own a collective £8.46 billion worth of gadgets.

The survey asked 1,000 students up and down the country to tot up what gadgets they had, and the results were used to create the university ‘rich list’.

eBay found that Birmingham Universit ...read more

Amazon Doubles Minimum Spend for Super Saver Delivery

Thursday 07 May 2015 - 10:00
Amazon Doubles Minimum Spend for Super Saver Delivery

Amazon customers will need to spend £20 in order to receive free delivery.

Amazon have doubled the minimum amount that customers will have to spend before their order is eligible for free delivery in the UK.

Customers will now have to spend £20 on goods across the Amazon site before shipping costs are covered.

The move comes after the company reported a loss of £36 million i ...read more

Audi plots new ‘car boot’ parcel delivery service

Tuesday 28 April 2015 - 09:33
Audi plots new ‘car boot’ parcel delivery service

Audi’s latest idea could revolutionise parcel delivery, but will the public buy into the concept?

A pilot project involving Audi, DHL Parcel and Amazon Prime will allow customers to have parcels delivered straight to their car.

With the use of GPS tracking technology and a one-off code, the delivery service DHL will have access to select car models for dropping off items bought online. The new, f ...read more

Poundworld Announces Parcel Delivery Prices as it Launches Online Store

Thursday 23 April 2015 - 09:21
Poundworld Announces Parcel Delivery Prices as it Launches Online Store

Poundworld is the latest high street retailer to launch an online shopping platform.

High street bargain store Poundworld has launched its very own online shopping site in the form of Poundworld Plus.

The huge e-commerce website will stock more than 4,000 products all for the price of £1, including well-known brands such as Coca Cola and Colgate toothpaste, and goods ranging from gro ...read more

eBay sellers could net £62,500 for £10 car boot toy

Wednesday 22 April 2015 - 09:46
eBay sellers could net £62,500 for £10 car boot toy

A rare soft toy, which had been designed in honour of Princess Diana, could be sold for more than £60,000 on eBay.

A young couple struck gold when they found a rare TY Beanie Baby worth a reported £62,500 at a car boot sale.

Leah Rogers and Ryan Flanaghan purchased the bear for a mere £10 after spotting the distinct TY collectors tag. According to the Daily Mail, Mr Flanaghan recognised the limited edition bear c ...read more

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