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PlayStation 5 pre-orders appear at retailers like Walmart and Target

By Amazon, Best Buy, engadget, gaming, gear, News, playstation 5, playstation 5 digital edition, pre-order, ps5, target, walmart

If you’ve seen enough and you’re ready to put money down on Sony’s new-generation console, then the time is now. We don’t know what the supply situation will be like for the PS5, but now that the price has been announced ($500 with an Ultra HD…

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Target will give you a $200 gift card if you buy any iPhone 11 on Black Friday

By at&t, black friday, blackfriday2019, Business, deal, discount, engadget, engadgetdeals, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, gift card, hgg2019, iphone 11, iphone 11 pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, Mobile, sale, target, thebuyersguide, verizon

Buy an iPhone 11 at Target this Black Friday (thru Sunday), and the retailer will throw in a $200 gift card. The deal also applies to the iPhone 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, XS and XS Max, activated on Verizon (Engadget’s parent company) or AT&T. That’s a…

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Target’s Black Friday preview adds a $200 gift card to your iPhone 11

By blackfriday2019, buyersguide, engadget, engadgetdeals, galaxy note 10, Galaxy S10, gear, iphone 11, Mobile, pixel 4, target

Black Friday is still weeks away, but retailers are already trying to pull shoppers into their stores with enticing discounts, and Target’s preview is worth checking out for anyone considering a cellphone upgrade. On November 8th and 9th, it will thr…

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UC Santa Barbara sues Amazon and IKEA over LED lighting

By Amazon, bed bath, Business, cease and desist, edison, engadget, filament, gear, ikea, infringement, Intellectual Property, international trade commission, itc, lawsuit, led, light bulb, light bulbs, nixon peabody, patent, retailers, royalties, suing, target, tomorrow, uc santa barbara, university of california, santa barbara, vintage, walmart

UC Santa Barbara has had enough of retailers selling its patented LED light bulb technology without authorization. This week, the university filed a lawsuit charging Amazon, IKEA, Walmart, Target and Bed Bath & Beyond with infringing i…

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Next-gen ‘Pictionary Air’ arrives at Target June 23rd

By av, board game, digital, drawing, engadget, entertainment, family, gaming, gear, home, Mattel, on sale, pictionary, pictionary air, Sketch, target, toy fair, toy fair 2019

Starting this Sunday, you can pick up Pictionary Air at your local Target for $20. The new game puts a high-tech spin on the classic. You’ll still pull a card, choose from a list of items to draw and race against a timer, but you’ll use a large digit…

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Target’s same-day delivery service will soon cover all ‘major’ products

By Delivery, e-commerce, engadget, gear, Internet, retail, same-daydelivery, samedaydelivery, services, shipt, shopping, target

Target’s same-day delivery service, Shipt, is about to be much more useful if you’d prefer to shop from home. The company told TechCrunch that it’s planning same-day shipping for “all major product categories” in 2019, not just certain groceries and…

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Target expands curbside pickup and same-day delivery services

By Delivery, driveup, e-commerce, engadget, food, food and drink, foodanddrink, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, groceries, heyday, Internet, pickup, retail, services, shipt, shopping, target

Target is determined to win over shoppers in a hurry — the retail giant is expanding its Drive Up curbside pickup and Shipt same-day delivery services across the US Midwest and Southeast. As of this week, you can use Shipt to receive groceri…

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Target expands curbside pickup and same-day delivery services

By Delivery, driveup, e-commerce, engadget, food, food and drink, foodanddrink, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, groceries, heyday, Internet, pickup, retail, services, shipt, shopping, target

Target is determined to win over shoppers in a hurry — the retail giant is expanding its Drive Up curbside pickup and Shipt same-day delivery services across the US Midwest and Southeast. As of this week, you can use Shipt to receive groceri…

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Target’s AR ‘studio’ helps you try on makeup at home

By AR, augmentedreality, beautystudio, cosmetics, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, Internet, makeup, Mobile, retail, shopping, target, targetbeautystudio

You don’t need to spring for a Galaxy S9 just to try makeup from the comfort of your living room. Target has unveiled a Beauty Studio feature that uses augmented reality to try a selection of cosmetics (including lipstick, blush and eyelashes) on Ta…

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How the ‘Grinch bots’ stole Christmas

By Amazon, bestbuy, bot, bots, botsact, botsact2016, Business, christmas, christmasshopping, engadget, fingerlings, gaming, gear, Holidays, Internet, nintendo, onlineshopping, personal computing, personalcomputing, robots, shopping, snesclassic, snesclassicedition, target, toysrus

Resellers have existed since way before the internet. But with the surge of online shopping, they have found the perfect weapon to aid their business: bots, automated software that can add products to a virtual cart and purchase them faster th…

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Walmart’s Jet.com has its own grocery brand just for millennials

By Amazon, amazonfresh, Business, engadget, food and drink, foodanddrink, gear, jet.com, Millennials, onlineshopping, services, target, targetrestock, uniquelyj, walmart

Walmart has been battling it out with Amazon for some time now and last year it purchased Jet.com to give it an online edge. At the time, Walmart said that the acquisition would bring “fresh ideas and expertise, as well as an attractive brand with pr…

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Why buy the cow when you can biofabricate the milk for free?

By abc news, Business Insider, Delhi, e. coli, engadget, fast company, food and drink, food and drug administration, foodanddrink, India, krishna, national cattlemens beef association, stanford university, target, tomorrow, tyson foods, united states

Thought to have been Lord Krishna’s favorite animal, the cow has achieved a uniquely sacred status in India. Their slaughter is prohibited through most of the country, beef consumption is largely outlawed as well and woe be the unlucky soul accused o…

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 hits stores today

By at&t, bestbuy, cspire, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, galaxynote8, gear, Mobile, Samsung, sprint, straighttalk, T-Mobile, target, uscellular, verizon, walmart, xfinitymobile

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 fans, the day is here. The phone hits stores today after breaking series pre-order records in the US and abroad. Samsung announced earlier this week that it sold over 650,000 phones in the first five days of its presale, …

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8 deep tech startups from India to watch

By Cogknit, Cognitifai, Discover Dollar, Findmeashoe, House of Blue Beans, Hyperworks, Jumper.ai, Light Information Systems, Lists, Moonraft, Moonraft Innovation Labs, News, NLPBOTS, Pal’s Prompt, Startups, Streamoid, target, target accelerator, techinasia, vphrase

A computer vision startup that can tell what kind of apple you just picked out. A startup that updates store inventory in real time. One that translates videos into text automatically, and more.

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Dick’s Sporting Goods is the latest retailer to price match Amazon

By adidas, Amazon, Business, dickssportinggoods, engadget, gear, Internet, nike, onlineshopping, pricematching, retail, shopping, target, walmart

In what’s yet another sign of the shifting retail landscape, Dick’s Sporting Goods is now matching prices from Amazon and other competitors online. The new program, aptly named “Best Price Guarantee,” is a necessary move by the company to compete wit…

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The rise of electric cars will kill the gas station

By applenews, bolt, chargepoint, charging, chevy, electricvehicles, engadget, ev, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, green, home, services, target, tesla, tomorrow, Transportation

Gas stations are a lifeline. They not only fuel our cars but us, too — whether it’s with lukewarm coffee during the morning commute or the salty-sweet buffet during road trips. They’re a glowing oasis when the gas tank is empty and our bladders are…

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Anova acquisition could mean a sous vide chicken in every pot

By Amazon, anova, Business, cooking, Culture, electrolux, engadget, food and drink, foodanddrink, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, home, sears, sousvide, target, walmart

You might see even more smart cooking gadgets at your favorite retail outlet soon thanks to industry giant Electrolux’s purchase of popular sous vide maker Anova.The $250 million acquisition allows the smaller company to continue as a brand with Elec…

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