Splashed by a cab in the rain at the airport? Hit by a bit of projectile vomit unleashed by your offspring? Uniqlo will sell you a shirt out of a vending machine at the airport.The retailer, owned by The Fast Retailing Co., will install 10 clothing vending machines over the next month or so in airports and malls near …
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- Uniqlo Wants To Sell Shirts In Airport Vending Machines
By Mary Beth Quirk - Wednesday Aug 2, 2017
- Strange Vending Machines That Japanese People Find Surprising
By Nevin Thompson - Wednesday Sep 20, 2017
Deserved or not, Japan has long had a reputation for its weird vending machines. What do Japanese people think about vending machines in other countries?
Deserved or not, Japan has long had a reputation for being the home of weird and wacky vending machines. What is not as commonly understood, however, is what Japanese people think about vending machines in other countries.
- Need An Aspirin Or Some Deodorant? CVS Vending Machines Offer On-The-Go Options
By Mary Beth Quirk - Monday Sep 11, 2017
We’ve all been there: You’re going about your day when suddenly, your stomach is growling, you’re struck with a blinding headache, and you realize you forgot to put on deodorant before you left the house. So now if you’re having one of those days when everything goes wrong, CVS wants you to hit up one of their brand-new vending machines …
- Snap Has Sold Around 150K Pairs Of Video-Taking Sunglasses
By Laura Northrup - Wednesday Oct 4, 2017
Last year, Snap, parent company of the app Snapchat, introduced a whimsical single-purpose product. Its Spectacles, originally available only from vending machines in a few major cities, cost $130 and record 10-second video clips to be posted on Snapchat. That’s it. Somehow, the company claims to have sold 150,000 of these devices.The company’s CEO shared that number this …
- Walmart is rolling out giant vending machines for online pickup orders
By Patrick Kulp - Thursday Jul 6, 2017
Walmart is on a quest to make its in-store pickup process free of human interaction.
The big-box store is rolling out a giant self-serve kiosk tower for online orders to more than a dozen locations. Customers simply arrange their shipment ahead of time, visit the store, and access their order via a barcode scanner on the side of the machine. Each package is preloaded by workers.
The massive orange towers stand 16 feet tall by 8 feet wide and deliver items through a conveyor belt inside the contraption. Walmart began testing the system last fall in an Arkansas store near its headquarters. Read more...More about Amazon, Walmart, Business, and Big Tech Companies
- Nobody asked for these vending machine things that two ex-Googlers want to replace bodegas
By Colin Daileda - Wednesday Sep 13, 2017
You ever watch a train-wreck of a commercial and wonder how on earth it got through all the people it had to get through to get on air?
If so, then we have something you need to see.
On Wednesday, Fast Company published an article titled, "Two ex-Googlers want to make bodegas and mom-and-pop corner stores obsolete."
Stay with me now.
The idea these ex-Googlers proposed is, essentially, deploying lots of vending machines with items like cleaning supplies and chips, which will erode small businesses that provide a lot of basic needs and wants for their surrounding communities. Unlike classic bodegas and mom-and-pop corner stores, these machine box things will not make you an egg and cheese on a roll, and they will certainly not recognize you and talk with you about whatever the hell you talk about at 2 a.m. on a weekday when you've wandered in cuz you can't sleep and now you're hungry. Read more...More about Business, Startups, Google, Vending Machines, and Bodega