Amazon Prime Day in mid-July brought in more sales over the two-day period than the most recent Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping days—combined.
According to data from BankMyCell, customer loyalty for Apple's flagship device hit an all-time-low. More than one-in-four iPhone trade-ins in June saw the customer swap to an Android device.
Amazon Prime Day 2019 brought in a record-setting amount of sales for the ecommerce giant. But, as data from Adobe Analytics show, other retailers are finally learning how to take advantage of the annual summertime extravaganza.
After unveiling their new Switch Lite system, Nintendo quietly dropped a refreshed Nintendo Switch with improved battery life.
Collin Holmes, CEO and Founder of Chatmeter, joins the podcast to talk about how retailers have quickly learned to capitalize on Amazon Prime Day and the digital traffic the extravaganza creates.
Now in its fifth year, the 2019 edition of Amazon Prime Day is off to a hot start. Small and medium-sized sellers had their most successful 24-hour selling period in company history, according to Amazon.
In an effort to create more a more customer-centric retail experience, GameStop has partnered with an innovation design firm to launch unique store concepts.
HTSA wants its members to be expert relationship builders, and the group has a new series of sales training courses that are unlike any other we've seen.
In a smart glasses space dominated by clunky, uncomfortable, and super-geeky looking product, the Focals by North stand out for, well, not standing out.
A centerpiece of the CE Week 2019 show floor, custom integrator Michael Restrepo of Restrepo Innovations sat down with us to talk about what it was like bringing the Connected Design Home to life, the challenges he overcame, and where he thinks the experience can improve moving forward.
Nokia rolled out their new entry-level mesh WiFi router, the Beacon 1, along with new features aimed at improving and simplifying the consumer experience.
Though they never actually materialized, the threat of tariffs has had a major impact on TV prices—but not in the way that you'd expect.
The Nationwide Marketing Group announced plans to launch a Connected Home Division to help its independent retailers continue to differentiate from big-box stores.
Chief Design Officer and longtime Apple employee Jony Ive will leave the company later this year as he plans to launch an independent design firm—of which, Apple will be a primary client.
Tommy Jacobs of Klipsch and Michael Jordan from SnapAV step into the Corner Office to talk about their national distribution partnership and how both brands—which were considered major competitors—will be able to benefit from each other's strengths.