Tesco's "Click and Collect" Service is Now at Work at Rayners Lane Tube Station

If your commute takes you past Rayners Lane tube station in London, from today you'll be able to pick up your groceries from the stop, as well as sort out tickets and Oyster cards. Tesco has opened its first "Click and Collect" point at the station, one of six planned for the tube network, letting shoppers order groceries online and pick them up from a refrigerated van at the station from 12-3pm and 5-8pm daily. [Standard] Read More >>

2,000 Accounts Have Been Hacked and Deactivated

Hackers have breached the online accounts of customers of supermarket chain Tesco, leading the company to temporarily suspend around 2,000 accounts. Read More >>

Amazon to Take Over Closed Tube Station Ticket Offices as Parcel Collection Points?

While it seems Londoners are unanimously in favour of London Underground's plans to run Tube services through the night from 2015, few will be pleased to hear that with the move also comes the closure of manned ticket offices, and a host of resultant job losses. But Amazon may be about to give that cloud its silver lining. Read More >>

AAA+++ TOP BUYER Feedback For New 1-Hour Delivery eBay Plans

Twiddling your thumbs while your await the eBay delivery of your new "TAXIDERMY LARGE DOG FACE BAT SKELETON BAT" could soon become a thing of the past, as a new start-up purchase by the online auction house sees it planning to bring a 1-hour delivery service to the UK. Read More >>

Do You Do Your Food Shopping Online?

Following the news that Morrisons is going to start delivering food direct to your door courtesy of Ocado, it begs the question, how many of you actually do your food shopping online? Read More >>

What's the Biggest Internet Shopping Risk You've Ever Taken?

There are some things you should really see/inspect/measure before you buy, but in the age of item reviews and free return shipping, laziness often dictates that we just take a best guess and see how things play out. Read More >>

Tesco's Going to Take Amazon Head-On With New Movie, TV, Music and Book Sites

Right now, Amazon is the undisputed king of the book and media market in the UK -- no one retailer sells more and it's already managed to kill HMV and others -- but Tesco's hoping to change that. It's apparently going to launch dedicated book and music retail sites to partner it's movie service, Blinkbox. This means war. Read More >>

How Much of Your Holiday Shopping Did You Do Online?

We live in a cyberland future where malls exist inside your computer and the presents you buy are magically delivered to you by, well, delivery men. With each Christmas that passes, online shopping becomes more and more the norm until eventually brick and mortar stores will be nothing but vacant museums of an age gone by. Read More >>

Amazon to Deliver Parcels to Over 5,000 Cornershops

Amazon has stepped up its game, allowing you to pick up your orders from over 5,000 cornershops and newsagents up and down the country, further blurring the line of being just another online retailer. Read More >>

Tesco Wants You to Do Your Shopping By Just Scanning Virtual Shelves With Your Phone

Grocery shopping's such a bore, but what if you could just whip out your smartphone, take pictures of what you want, and have it delivered direct to your humble abode. That's what Tesco wants you to do on your way through Gatwick. Read More >>

Ex-Microsoft Employees Create Algorithm for the Perfect-Fitting Bra

Aarthi Ramamurthy and Michelle Lam, two former Microsoft staffers from San Francisco, are the brains behind the newly launched online lingerie-retailer True & Co. Read More >>


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