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Target joins other retailers in offering voice shopping
Target is moving into voice-activated shopping as it deepens its relationship with Google
Walmart sees the future and it is digital
Walmart is focusing on its online efforts, says it expects fiscal 2019 online sales to be up about 40 percent
Best ways to save on back-to-school supplies, clothing and tech essentials
With students across the country heading back to school, the often dreaded list of back-to-school supplies can certainly weigh heavy on parents’ wallets. But Lisa Lee Freeman, the editor-in-chief of “ShopSmart” magazine, has great secrets to scoring the best deals on school supplies, clothes and
'Star Wars' story creators talk Darth Vader comic series
Lucasfilm Story Group's Matt Martin, Marvel editor Jordan White and new "Star Wars" writer Kieron Gillen discuss their collaboration.
What to know about the Russian cyberfirm pulled from US contractor list
It's one of the world’s biggest and most powerful companies that you may have never heard of until recently, when U.S. lawmakers and national security officials began publicly raising concerns about the Moscow-based firm. Products from the company, Kaspersky Lab, are embedded in countless U.S.
How to save big on Amazon's Prime Day this year
Amazon's annual Prime Day kicks off tonight at 9 p.m. ET and lasts for 30 straight hours with new deals to be released as often as every five minutes, according to the company's website. Experts shared some of their top tips for how to maximize your savings during the annual promotion, which is
Amazon Prime day preview
ABC News' Becky Worley has a look at the deals that can be had for Prime members starting July 10.
The best Fourth of July deals: How to maximize your savings
Happy birthday America! While it's not our classic view of patriotism and celebrating, holiday weekends have become shopping weekends, so big retail chains are discounting merchandise to earn your business. Big ticket items like appliances and even cars may see discounts over the coming five days.
FBI questions US employees in investigation of Russian-owned Kaspersky Labs
Some U.S. officials are concerned Russian spies could use that software to attack critical American infrastructure or snoop on customers.