FORTNITE has 5 taco shops dotted around the island, and we know exactly where to look to find them. If you're trying to complete the Fortnite taco challenge, you've come to the right place – just make sure you bring the guac. Tracking down taco shops is part of the Fortnite Week 8 weekly challenge. You have to go to three different taco shops in one game of Battle Royale. Named locations are the towns or areas with names on the official Fortnite map – like Tomato Town, Snobby Shores or Greasy Grove. Here is the Fortnite Taco Shop map, which points out the exact gnome locations: The tricky part of this challenge is managing to visit three in one game of Battle Royale - and staying alive! The good news is that we have worked out the best way to visit three in one go. The best route begins at the Taco shop south of Shifty Shafts and then heads to the one by the football pitch west of the Tilted Towers. Then finally, head into the Tilted Towers. Try to avoid combat if … [Read more...] about Fortnite Taco Shop locations map – where to find them and how to complete the Week 8 challenge in Battle Royale
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Google rejected European Commission antitrust charges related to its online shopping search service, saying the online shopping marketplace is "robustly competitive."A revised set of the commission's antitrust charges, released in July, accused Google of restricting shopping search advertisements from its competitors. But the European case doesn't take the entire online shopping market, including heavyweight Amazon.com, into account, said Kent Walker, Google's general counsel, in a blog post on Thursday.The goal of Google's online shopping search service is to provide users with "useful information," Walker added. "If you’re looking to buy a coffee machine or a cast iron pan, we want to connect you directly to merchants who sell them, whether that’s through organic links or ads," he wrote. "Showing more useful ads benefits us, our advertisers, and most of all, you, our users."Consumers reach merchant websites in many ways, including general and specialized search … [Read more...] about European antitrust charges ignore online shopping market, Google says
posted on 28 Dec 2015, 21:23 0 1. wando77 (Posts: 1149; Member since: 23 Aug 2012) Taking WAY too long to release it in the uk posted on 29 Dec 2015, 06:23 0 7. bubbadoes (Posts: 1225; Member since: 03 May 2012) because banks in the Uk are smart enough not to invest in yet another overlapping payment system only for Samsung devices posted on 28 Dec 2015, 21:41 2 2. DnB925Art (Posts: 1116; Member since: 23 May 2013) Still the best payment system right now. Despite the fact that retailers are liable for fraud if they don't upgrade their CC terminals, most haven't. I use my phone all the time to make payments. Most places I pay at have swipe only readers and only Samsung Pay works. Many time I get either funny looks or amazement from the cashiers when they say it won't work and then it works. Happened twice today in fact. posted on 29 Dec 2015, 13:11 0 9. ameran (Posts: 344; Member since: 04 Dec 2013) I have been using my Samsung Pay everywhere since it was … [Read more...] about Comments for : Samsung Pay to get support for online shopping in 2016
Custora's E-Commerce Pulse tracked over 200 online retailers, 500 million anonymous shoppers and over $100 billion in revenue to determine that iOS controlled a hefty 77% of U.S. online sales during November. Android users accounted for 23% of such purchases. Despite that huge gap, it was the Android OS that gained online sales during 2015, adding 3 percentage points to the 2014 figure of 20%. Apple dropped 2 percentage points and the "others" category lost 1pp.A similar breakdown was spotted on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The Friday following Thanksgiving saw 78% of online orders placed over an iPhone or iPad, while Android phones and tablets were the source for 22% of online orders made on that day. The following Monday, Cyber Monday, the numbers were 76% and 24% for iOS and Android, respectively.Stateside consumers continue to favor using a desktop machine to do their online shopping. During November, 70% of online purchases were made on a PC. 11% used a tablet, and 20% of online … [Read more...] about Report: Apple’s iOS is responsible for 77% of November’s online sales in the U.S.
The Walmart mobile app has received an update to prepare for the upcoming holiday shopping season. The retailer predicts that its iOS and Android apps will host a total of 210 million visits from holiday shoppers this year. Among the changes made with the update is the ability for users to build a Wish List using the Scan and Shop feature. In addition, Wish Lists from others can be searched for using the app.With Mobile Check-in, Walmart app users can employ their phone to check-in when picking up an online order. This is another time saving feature available to those who download and install the Walmart app from the App Store or the Google Play Store.Walmart has also announced some pre-Black Friday deals. A Samsung Galaxy S3 for its Straight Talk pre-paid service is reduced from $179 to $99. The phone is available in white, and the deal is offered online only. And the 16GB Wi-Fi only Apple iPad mini 2 has been cut in price from $268 to $199.99.The advantage in using the Walmart … [Read more...] about Walmart updates its mobile app to prepare for the holiday shopping frenzy