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CNET's Sharon Vaknin has long hungered to shop for groceries online, and now that AmazonFresh has arrived in San Francisco, she finally can. But how does the experience stack up to a regular supermarket?
The grocery service was previously available only in Seattle. It provides free same-day and early-morning delivery on orders.
CEO Jeff Bezos enters the smartphone game, in an effort to get shoppers to buy even more from the e-commerce site.
Amazon will hold a minority stake in the Chinese online food vendor but will allow it to operate as a standalone company.
The massive Internet retailer launches a new service that lets users buy as many dry good items as they can fit in one large box for the flat delivery fee of $5.99.
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The online retailer tests a barcode-scanning wand for its grocery-delivery service. Also, Google Glass gets a Livestream app for live video broadcasts of your life.
In its quest to tackle the online grocery delivery market and bulk up its Walmart To Go service, the retail giant snaps up the recipe-minded Yumprint.
AmazonFresh promises same-day and early morning delivery on more than 500,000 items.
Out of milk and bread? San Francisco area customers may soon be able to skip the store and buy groceries online via AmazonFresh, reports All Things D.