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Apple will be opening several store-within-a-store locations in selected Target this year.
The aim of Apple’s move to expand its retail is to be able to reach even the small metro areas. These 25 Target stores were selected since these outlets cannot support a separate Apple Store.
Target is considered the second-largest discount retail chain in America with a total of 1752 outlets. On the other hand, Apple owns 359 retail stores worldwide which 245 are located in the US.
Apple already has Apple Shops in over 600 Best Buy stores. In the past, Apple had formed retail partnerships with Computer City, Office Max, Sears, Circuit City and CompUSA.View Article Source »
Beginning July 31, Amazon.com's The Kindle can be purchased in all Toys R Us US stores.
Toys R Us, the world’s leading toy store, is said to be offering Amazon’s Kindle e-reader starting July 31, 2011. All of its US outlets will carry most of the device’s models, including Kindle Wi-Fi in graphite, Kindle 3G + Wi-Fi in graphite and Kindle Wi-Fi with Special Offers. The toy retailer would also offer some accessories, ranging from leather covers to power adapters.
The Kindle – which is already available in other retail outlets such as Target, Best Buy, RadioShack and the AT&T – was not the only e-reader that was slated for marketing to date.Read the rest of the article »
Going to shop for a Black Friday goodies can be a mayhem. That is, if you don't know what to buy and where to look for it. Check out Gadg's buyer's guide for this year's Black Friday.
Heading out on Black Friday in search for great deals is not an easy thing to do. But its all worthwhile when you steer your ship into port with a hold of a new HDTV, laptop and camera. But before you throw a cup of coffee and settle down with a stack of paper ads, check out Gadg’s buyer’s guide to the top ten best Black Friday bargains this year.
The greatest deals are listed after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Though it is not quite like smoking guns, the rumor that Target is set to sell Apple's iPad is something the consumers should keep an eye on.
Rumors that’s spreading over the internet has it that Target’s US Stores may start offering iPad on October 3 in an effort to expand the retail presence of the Apple tablet. The product will be available at six price points, ranging from $499 (16GB, Wi-Fi only) to $829 (64GB with 3G). In addition to this, the device that is set to go on sale this October will be in the “Digital Audio” Department of the store.
Earlier this year, Apple executives indicated that the iPad will be limited in a number of locations only. Walmart also pointed out its hope of selling the device by the end of this year. But expansion of iPad to new retail locations did not initialized, as strong sales left the stores with limited inventory. However, with Apple’s recent improvement of shipping time, it suggests that production problems have been resolved. As what Apple COO, Tim Cook, has said: The brick-and-mortar availability of iPad would expand “over time.”View Article Source »
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