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eBay deploys computer vision to make sellers’ products pop

Add a white background to your product photos in just a few taps

Landmark Supreme Court decision lets states force online stores to pay sales tax

A contentious case has reached a rather contentious ruling in the Supreme Court today, and in a 5-4 decision, the highest court in the United States found that states can indeed collect sales taxes from ecommerce retailers.The post Landmark Supreme Court decision lets states force online stores to pay sales tax appeared first on Digital Trends.

Google Pay makes its way to the web

Google Pay is no longer confined to smartphones. As promised, Google is rolling out its rebranded shopping experience available

Europe wants to regulate how tech giants treat other companies

Europe is introducing new rules for Google, Apple, Amazon and other large platforms forcing them to handle customer complaints better

Amazon can deliver packages to the inside of your car

Amazon Key's in-home delivery is all well and good (assuming you trust it in the first place), but there's an

Amazon’s mobile app simplifies shopping for international customers

It's easy to take Amazon for granted if you live in a country with an official portal, but what if

Walmart will roll out a cleaner, sleeker website in May

In a few weeks' time, you might not even recognize Walmart's website. The retail giant is giving it a total

Zillow will flip houses on its own internet marketplace

Zillow is no longer just a real estate marketplace that can help find your next home -- the company has

Instagram’s shoppable posts spread to eight more countries

Instagram is betting on shopping as its next big step, and that means making it available beyond US borders.

eBay uses augmented reality to help you pick packaging

It can be a pain to sell your gear on eBay for many reasons, not the least of which is

Amazon’s first debit card arrives in Mexico

Amazon has taken a number of steps to help you shop online without a bank card, and now it's taking

Google Shopping’s ‘gun’ ban blocked people from buying wine

Google Shopping banned weapon listings way back in 2012, but users have just been noticing it -- and have learned

Walmart’s latest acquisition shows it’s serious about VR

Walmart isn't just interested in bringing tech into its stores -- it might change how you shop at home as

Amazon Treasure Trucks are hawking their wares at Whole Foods

Amazon's attempts to pitch its own brand at Whole Foods will clearly extend well beyond pop-up stores. The internet retailer

US continues to blacklist China’s eBay over counterfeit goods

Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba's counterfeit goods problem refuses to go away. Despite noting improvements on takedown efforts, the Office of

Amazon’s holiday bestsellers include smart plugs and toothbrushes

Amazon has published its customary holiday stats... and they're not as predictable as you might think. While the company

Target acquisition brings same-day delivery to stores in early 2018

If it wasn't already obvious that Target is nervous about Amazon, it is now. Target has acquired another same-day

CVS buys health insurer Aetna to counter Amazon

Amazon is considering diving into the pharmacy business, and that's making incumbents nervous... so nervous, in fact, that it just

Amazon’s warehouse workers strike in Germany and Italy

As exciting as it may be go on an online shopping spree for Black Friday, there is a human price

Internet giant Alibaba crushes one-day online shopping record

If you needed evidence that internet shopping still has room to grow, you just got it. Chinese e-commerce powerhouse

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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra spied getting Bluetooth certification

We have covered the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 in great detail here, and have a fairly solid understanding of what to expect from the pair of phones. But, as it turns out, there may be a third option on the horizon, a so-called Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Or maybe not.A Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra recently passed certification for Bluetooth SIG certification, for Bluetooth 5.0.Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – Fact or Fiction?According to Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), a key source of the leaks surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 20’s display, battery size, and RAM, the so-called Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra won’t happen.The new Bluetooth SIG certification, on the contrary, states that a phone by the name of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra was recently certified as having Bluetooth 5.0.This listing is odd for a couple of reasons. Firstly, Bluetooth 5.0 is definitely a high enough standard, but the recent Samsung Galaxy S20 series shipped with Bluetooth 5.1. Understandably, the difference between Bluetooth 5.0 and 5.1 is largely negligible to most consumers.It is a bit strange to release a flagship with the latest Bluetooth standard but step backwards in a seemingly superior model.The second oddity here is in the design model number of SM-N986U. It was spotted a few days on GeekBench and was associated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ 5G.It is currently speculated that Samsung may look to make Ultra the new “Plus” model. As such, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ might be released as the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.If all of this is confusing to you, consider that Young’s previous tweets suggested that the Ultra was going to be the Galaxy Fold 2. It is worth noting that he has since pulled down old tweets mentioning this.Is Samsung planning on releasing three different models of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 lineup or re-branding part of it? Obviously, we will have to wait for more information before we get a clearer picture.What are your thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 so far? Has the phone done enough to pique your interest? Let us know in the comments section below.

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