caption Amazon 4-star featured deals of the day, top-rated products, and other features similar to the website. source Business Insider/Jessica Tyler Amazon just opened a new store in SoHo called Amazon 4-star. The store features a curated selection of trending products, items on Amazon shoppers’ wish lists, and top-rated products in various categories. Amazon 4-star’s products are less expensive for Prime members. There are several features that make the store similar to Amazon’s website, like customer reviews and product bundles. Here’s what it’s like to shop there. Amazon just opened a new store concept called Amazon 4-star. The store, located in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood, will feature products that Amazon customers have rated four stars and above, as well as products that the website’s data shows are trending and are on wish lists. The store is divided into similar … [Read more...] about Amazon just opened a new store that sells only its best products. Here’s what it’s like to shop there.
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caption Amazon is opening a new kind of store in New York City. source Amazon Amazon is opening a new store concept called Amazon 4-Star on Thursday, the company announced in a blog post. The store is in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood, a hotbed of shopping. The store will feature only items that customers have rated four stars and above, as well as products that the website’s data shows are trending and on customers’ wishlists. It opens just in time for the holidays, but the store is meant to be a permanent fixture. Amazon is letting its customer ratings do the talking at its new store. Called Amazon 4-Star, the new concept will stock items that customers have rated four stars or above, on average, according to a blog post announcing the store. That means it will include only the best of the best; Amazon says the current assortment averages 4.4 stars. It opens Thursday in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood. … [Read more...] about Amazon is opening a new store that sells only its best products
On this episode of 'The Jetsons', New Yorkers can look forward to something extra-special. Tomorrow Amazon is opening Amazon 4-Star, a new physical brick-and-mortar store that only sells good products. This isn't Amazon's first foray into the world of retail. Remember Amazon Go? The retail giant is here to shake things up again with this latest development. Located in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City, this store is basically like a curated real-life version of Amazon best sellers. Every item sold will either be rated at least 4 stars, a top seller, or a new and trending product. The ever-evolving product offerings are a real-life reflection of what Amazon customers are loving. That means you can go shopping without double-checking a product's reviews or worrying about whether there's a better-reviewed option out there. The store's layout even mimics the website. There are sections for items that grace a ton of wish lists, an area for Amazon exclusives, and yes, even a "Frequently … [Read more...] about Amazon’s 4-star brick-and-mortar store only sells the best products
There’s no job as thankless as Apple punditry. Even if Apple listens to customer requests, it rarely acknowledges them, and its new engineering initiatives take so long that there’s no clear cause and effect relationship between what people ask for and what gets released. So under the best circumstances, making a suggestion to Apple feels like making a birthday wish: Best of luck on that! Regardless, I’m going to strenuously object to a new Macworld article titled “Five products Apple needs to put to rest,” which says that Apple should retire the iPad mini, Mac mini, iPod touch, AirPort routers, and iTunes, describing them all as dead weight. There’s a single thread running through all of these products — they’re all entry points into Apple’s ecosystem — and for that reason, Apple should be actively improving these products to broaden its user base, not killing them. The big picture: Apple needs more customers Over the past … [Read more...] about Apple needs to double down on entry-level products, not discontinue them
The busy Holiday season has already started and this usually means that all sorts of companies are releasing their very best products of the year for buyers to enjoy. That's what happens to apps as well and in this past month of November 2015, there are some great new releases in various genres for both Android and iOS.Music streaming apps are taking overMusic streaming is one particularly interesting and rapidly growing area that app developers are focusing on: the big arrival of Apple Music on Android is the landmark event of the month, but also Google itself has launched YouTube Music. There are a number of interesting photo manipulation apps, a great app for beginner musicians and kids to learn notes, and a few cool new apps for geeks. Also, we round up this selection with several apps for Windows Phone. Check out all the best new Android, iPhone and Windows Phone apps of November 2015 right below. Best new Android, iPhone and Windows Phone apps of November 2015 Best … [Read more...] about Best new Android, iPhone and Windows Phone apps of November 2015