Last June, the company began testing new technology that allows users to purchase groceries directly from the site. Users simply scroll through the platform, click on an image they like, then click again to order all the items necessary to recreate the dish showcased in the post.
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Mazda Motor Corp. designed a virtual race car for the Sony PlayStation 4 video game "Gran Turismo Sport" to give players a glimpse of what it's like to drive a vehicle by the car brand, the company announced.
Arby's this week launched a mobile web app that identifies types of French fries in honor of National French Fry Day.
Waze users in California will receive Heineken-branded ads when stationary reminding them not to drink and drive.
The focus of the effort is around murals painted by LGBTQ artists that feature what the brand is calling QueeR Codes: QR codes that redirect consumers to a website featuring content about the artists and Pride.
The e-commerce giant is offering free career coaching in addition to hiring 33,000 workers for corporate and tech jobs.
Verizon-owned carrier virtually takes fans to Red Rocks Amphitheatre for a personalized viewing experience
Lovecraft Country has been bringing viewers on a terrifying trip through Jim Crow America. It’s a place where monsters of all kinds lurk. But soon some people will be able to fully immerse themselves into that 1950s nightmare.
Wave, the virtual concert company that facilitates live music in virtual settings, has raised $30 million in funding. Wave uses broadcast and gaming technology to create motion-captured performances of artists and turn them into animated characters in virtual worlds.
The Drum speaks to Nissan to find out how selling cars has become digitalised.
So much of our life involves buttons and touchscreens, but what if you didn’t need to touch them?
In a timely campaign by agency ‿ and us, Lush United Arab Emirates partnered with Deliveroo to deliver thousands of tiny “self timing” soaps for free to consumers in Dubai.
Carlsberg is supporting bars in its homeland of Denmark by asking people to adopt a keg, which they can fill up virtually from home now and exchange for real beer in a real bar as soon as they are able to reopen.
A company that uses internet-connected thermometers to predict the spread of the flu says it is tracking the coronavirus in real time — something that had been impossible, given the lack of testing for the disease.
As we’ve seen in the wake of natural disasters, drones can deliver medical supplies to remote or quarantined areas. This could be critical to controlling infections by keeping some health workers out of hot zones. Drones can also move faster than ambulances in crowded, urban areas.
Ryan Reynolds gave unlimited data to subscribers during the Coronavirus pandemic.
This year's State Of The Industry conference went virtual due to COVID-19 and opened it to the public for free.
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in people working from home with their pets, so Electronic Arts is backing The Sims 4 with an augmented reality lens on Snapchat that lets them virtually work from home with their pets.
In an attempt to raise awareness for responsible driving, the chip maker has partnered with Mothers Against Drunk Driving and Uber to create "alcohol sensor bags," special Tostitos bags that can tell if you've been drinking.