Apple’s Online Stores Go Down Ahead more… Of Retina iPad mini’s Rumored Nov. 12 Launch
Wal-Mart, the worlds largest retailer, was set to announce Tuesday that it would kick off in-store specials at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving, two hours earlier than last year. Kohls said it will pay for the purchases of four randomly- selected customers at each of its stores starting 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving, as well as four online shoppers.
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Online Stores Scramble for Low Cost Shipping – Who Is the Winner?
In March, Google Inc. said it would test a same-day delivery service called Google Shopping Express for online purchases in the Bay Area. Specialty sporting goods store Sport Chalet Inc. began offering a similar service in April.
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12 Launch apple apple store ipad mini with retina display retina ipad mini Apple has just taken down its online stores across the globe, fanning speculations that the iPad mini with Retina display is scheduled to be launched on Nov. 12. Just moments ago, it was reported that Apple had announced a Nov. 12 (local time) release date for the second-generation iPad mini in the U.S., Australia, China (Wi-Fi only), Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, and Singapore. The announcement, though, was made only internally.
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Adobe reads the crystal ball for 2013 online shopping season
While Adobe is known for its software, it also provides marketing cloud technology to the top 500 US retailers, which allows it to make its Online Holiday Shopping Forecast. For this year’s predictions, Adobe sorted through nearly half a trillion visits to more than 2,000 retail sites over the last seven years. Adobe’s predictive model from last year was within 1 percent of the actuals. While Adobe is estimating spending in the billions, this year’s holiday season is shorter than usual.
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