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Artist Stefano Arienti creates an underwater-like environment in lighting manufacturer Foscarini's new hybrid gallery/showroom.
The high-end grocery retailer is going to install service desks in stores with tablets for online transactions.
Pick up items on the way to work or become part of a social delivery network in your area.
Mobile payment service Square has introduced the Square Stand that has a built-in credit card swipe machine.
Get a poncho delivered for free in LA when you tweet @senortyrone with the hashtag #ponchoexpress.
Neil Blumenthal, Co-Founder of Warby Parker, discusses why the company has been successful through giving.
Rodrigo Nino, CEO of Prodigy Network, is moving urban funding into the hands of the public in Bogota, Colombia.
PSFK Labs recently caught up with Tim Weingarten of The Hunt to talk about how to make social shopping actually social.
The Los Feliz neighborhood is set to become a new destination for the local community, featuring shipping containers and outdoor cultural events.
With ad agency Deutsch, the retailer built a pop-up installation to show off its home decor line.
The D.C. outpost of the athletic brand releases a limited collection to commemorate the recent Women Half race.
The iconic eyeglass brand moves offline with its new store, letting customers experience its frames in style.
Roll: Perfect Fit helps customers pick the right chassis and seat design for their lifestyle.
Brooklyn-based design firm THEVERYMANY collaborated with the Japanese artist to create the fantasy-like store.
Freeze-dried food container doubles as flatware.
The Product and UX Manager at Zappos Labs lays out the future of content curation.
Perk gives users reward points for searching the web or purchasing at its retail partners.
E-commerce site wants to take on Walmart and Amazon by selling things that can't be found on those sites.
Popuphood helps entrepreneurs rent free storefronts as part of derelict revival movement.
Stipple Shopping lets consumers buy products through picture sharing on social networks.