The online retailer known for its fanatical customer service tests digital assistant that helps you track down any fashion item -- even if the company doesn't sell it.
That's what the e-tailer tried to decide over the holidays, when it opened a Las Vegas pop-up store that let shoppers handle items before ordering. As CNET's Kara Tsuboi explains, the experiment could point to Zappos' future plans for opening physical stores.
The fitness tracking app's community of runners can now track the wear of their most important gear -- their shoes -- and buy new ones directly from the online retailer within the app.
The search giant is experimenting with tech that lets you use apps without downloading them. It's part of Google's plan to keep its crown when it comes to mobile search.
The company plans to adopt what's known as "holacracy," the latest craze in getting employees to be more productive and entrepreneurial.
Kanye West claims Zappos sells sh-t product. So Zappos does. It's a $100,000 toilet and plunger, which is already enjoying positive reviews.
The Zappos shopping app for Windows 8 lets you make purchases with free next-day shipping through the end of the year.
The company says the decision to ban third-party marketing links has nothing to do with making money and everything to do with improving people's experience on the site.
Making a play to attract fashionistas, the Amazon-owned online retailer tries its hand at social experiments in a bid to convince shoppers to abandon brick-and-mortar outlets for the Internet.
The two companies are collaborating on a series of products to help athletes map, plan and control their fitness regimens.