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Target expands its Shipt and Drive Up services across the Midwest and Southeast

Target this morning announced it’s expanding its same-day shipping and pickup services, Drive Up and Shipt, across the Midwestern U.S. and the Southeast. The expansion will bring Shipt, its Instacart competitor for same-day grocery delivery and pickup, to more than 135 markets in the U.S. by the end of this month. Meanwhile, Target’s Drive Up curbside pickup service will reach more than 600 stores in 20 states this week, as a result of the expansion. The news follows on Target’s earlier commitment to expand these services to stores nationwide by the 2018 holidays. In total, the retailer says these current expansions will bring the shipping and pickup services to “tens of millions” of Target shoppers. The company also offered a brief update on its other delivery and pickup services, Target Restock, a next-day essentials delivery service, and delivery of store purchases, which is available to select stores in urban markets where hauling home larger purchases without a vehicle is difficult. Restock will reach more than 135 markets by the end of June, allowing Target online customers to stock up on household items like laundry detergent, trash bags, diapers, packaged foods, beauty and health needs, and more, then take delivery the next day. The service competes with Amazon’s Prime Pantry, which quietly introduced a $4.99 monthly subscription fee earlier in 2018 for Prime members who don’t want to pay the otherwise $7.99 flat shipping fee on their orders of $40 or more. Target Restock, however, became free for Target REDcard purchases and $2.99 for all other orders back in May, undercutting Amazon. Meanwhile, Shipt and Drive Up’s availability will often overlap as the two expand to Target stores across the U.S

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Target expands its Shipt and Drive Up services across the Midwest and Southeast

Target this morning announced it’s expanding its same-day shipping and pickup services, Drive Up and Shipt, across the Midwestern U.S. and the Southeast. The expansion will bring Shipt, its Instacart competitor for same-day grocery delivery and pickup, to more than 135 markets in the U.S. by the end of this month. Meanwhile, Target’s Drive Up curbside pickup service will reach more than 600 stores in 20 states this week, as a result of the expansion. The news follows on Target’s earlier commitment to expand these services to stores nationwide by the 2018 holidays. In total, the retailer says these current expansions will bring the shipping and pickup services to “tens of millions” of Target shoppers. The company also offered a brief update on its other delivery and pickup services, Target Restock, a next-day essentials delivery service, and delivery of store purchases, which is available to select stores in urban markets where hauling home larger purchases without a vehicle is difficult. Restock will reach more than 135 markets by the end of June, allowing Target online customers to stock up on household items like laundry detergent, trash bags, diapers, packaged foods, beauty and health needs, and more, then take delivery the next day. The service competes with Amazon’s Prime Pantry, which quietly introduced a $4.99 monthly subscription fee earlier in 2018 for Prime members who don’t want to pay the otherwise $7.99 flat shipping fee on their orders of $40 or more.

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Target expands its Shipt and Drive Up services across the Midwest and Southeast

Target this morning announced it’s expanding its same-day shipping and pickup services, Drive Up and Shipt, across the Midwestern U.S. and the Southeast. The expansion will bring Shipt, its Instacart competitor for same-day grocery delivery and pickup, to more than 135 markets in the U.S. by the end of this month. Meanwhile, Target’s Drive Up curbside pickup service will reach more than 600 stores in 20 states this week, as a result of the expansion. The news follows on Target’s earlier commitment to expand these services to stores nationwide by the 2018 holidays. In total, the retailer says these current expansions will bring the shipping and pickup services to “tens of millions” of Target shoppers. The company also offered a brief update on its other delivery and pickup services, Target Restock, a next-day essentials delivery service, and delivery of store purchases, which is available to select stores in urban markets where hauling home larger purchases without a vehicle is difficult. Restock will reach more than 135 markets by the end of June, allowing Target online customers to stock up on household items like laundry detergent, trash bags, diapers, packaged foods, beauty and health needs, and more, then take delivery the next day. The service competes with Amazon’s Prime Pantry, which quietly introduced a $4.99 monthly subscription fee earlier in 2018 for Prime members who don’t want to pay the otherwise $7.99 flat shipping fee on their orders of $40 or more. Target Restock, however, became free for Target REDcard purchases and $2.99 for all other orders back in May, undercutting Amazon. Meanwhile, Shipt and Drive Up’s availability will often overlap as the two expand to Target stores across the U.S. Drive Up is the newer of the two, allowing customers to place orders in the Target app, then pickup in 2 hours or less. The service was piloted in Target’s home market of Minneapolis-St. Paul, then rolled out to nearly 270 stores across Florida, Texas and the southeast in April

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Image Of Moto Z3 Play With 5G Moto Mod Leaked – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Image Of Moto Z3 Play With 5G Moto Mod Leaked Ubergizmo While it does seem that carriers could potentially roll out 5G coverage faster compared to when they were rolling out 4G, there is a problem and that is there aren't many (if any) devices in the market that supports 5G. This means that even if your ... and more »

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Nintendo Trademark Hints At N64 Classic – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Nintendo Trademark Hints At N64 Classic Ubergizmo Nintendo has revived a couple of its consoles from back in the day, resulting in the NES Classic, the SNES Classic, which begs the question of whether or not we could be getting more revivals in the near future. In fact in the past there have been ... and more »

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God Of War Sells 5 Million Copies In First Month – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo God Of War Sells 5 Million Copies In First Month Ubergizmo It was already clear even before the title was announced that God of War was going to be a hit. Fans of the franchise had long been waiting for this title to arrive and when it did, they went and picked it up in droves. Sony has revealed that God of ... and more »

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Huawei Bootloader Unlock Program Halted Indefinitely – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Huawei Bootloader Unlock Program Halted Indefinitely Ubergizmo In a move that might not sit well with the custom ROM community, Huawei has announced that it's halting its bootloader unlock program indefinitely. The company says that it's taking this decision to provide a better user experience to its customers. To ...

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Jetpacks In Fortnite Are Finally Available – Ubergizmo

Jetpacks In Fortnite Are Finally Available Ubergizmo Many players have been waiting for jetpacks in Fortnite after it was revealed some three months ago that they will be added to this popular battle royale title. The wait is finally over for them today as Epic has now added jetpacks in Fortnite. The ... and more »

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RED’s Holographic Phone Will Get An 8K 3D Camera – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo RED's Holographic Phone Will Get An 8K 3D Camera Ubergizmo Premium camera maker RED has been working on its first smartphone called the Hydrogen One for many months now. The company hasn't revealed much about the device except that it's going to have a 3D holographic display which will be capable of ... and more »

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Google’s Duplex, robot-calling feature, will warn that calls are recorded – Financial Express

Financial Express Google's Duplex, robot-calling feature, will warn that calls are recorded Financial Express ... the system said it was calling for “a client.” One of the people familiar with the situation said Google edited some of the recordings to protect the identity of the businesses involved. Although one of the locations was tracked down by tech news ... Google AI Blog: Google Duplex: An AI System for Accomplishing Real-World Tasks Over the Phone Google AI Blog What Google isn't telling us about its AI demo Axios Google's Duplex AI Robot Will Warn That Calls Are Recorded Bloomberg YouTube all 101 news articles »

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Amazon Prime members to get new discounts at Whole Foods

Enlarge (credit: Francisco Antunes ) Amazon is dishing out more perks to Prime members who shop at Whole Foods. The company announced two new Prime benefits that shoppers can take advantage of in Whole Foods stores: an additional 10 percent off sale items and "deep discounts" on select bestselling items. The perks roll out across all Florida stores today and will reach all Whole Foods locations in the US this summer. Those deep discounts will cover a variety of items, including meat and fish. Whole Foods highlighted some of the first items to get big discounts through the new program: organic strawberries, wild-caught halibut, Kind granola, and cold-brew coffee at Allegro coffee bars. According to a Wall Street Journal report , the additional 10 percent off sale items could apply to thousands of items in each store. It appears the discounts apply to in-store purchases only (the sale items with the additional 10-percent discount will be marked with big yellow signs). Customers must download the Whole Foods mobile app, sign in with their Amazon account, and scan the Prime Code at checkout to receive the special Prime-member discounts. Read 3 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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