eBay and Westfield Shopping Center in San Francisco have partnered with brands Rebecca Minkoff, Toms Shoes, and Sony to introduce digital storefronts.
YouTube comedian Ed Bassmaster decides to wear his Google Glass at the mall and get annoyed when people think he's talking to them, rather than his glasses.
In a rumored new marketplace dubbed "The Plaza," brands don't have to worry about selling their goods next to second-hand items.
The e-commerce site partners with brands and one of the world's largest shopping center companies to show consumers a new kind of mall, one that melds online with offline.
If you don't care about authenticity, the New Century Global Center has everything you could want, including an artificial Mediterranean village.
A Santa who might well have been slightly misanthropic is fired by a mall in Portland, Maine after parents plague the Mall's Facebook page with whining.
Electric-car startup Coda Automotive opened up its first Apple-inspired retail outlet in a Los Angeles mall.
At specific shopping malls across the country, Fox is creating "wallscapes" of images and titles that will let people buy movies with their smartphones.
A Bloomberg story examines the openings and closings of Facebook storefronts during the past year. It seems GameStop, the Gap, and others have had second thoughts about Facebook shops.
Take note digital mall rats. Fashion Outlet is eBay's latest attempt to get into the ever-growing digital fashion market.