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If you’ve been shopping online in recent years, you might’ve noticed that Amazon has been pushing into the grocery delivery industry – albeit slowly. Now, Amazon is looking to remedy that through a push to build small brick-and-mortar stores that aim to sell produce, milk, meats and other general grocery items. Through the use of customer’s mobile phones or touchscreen placed strategically around the stores, the concept looks to have customers ordering perishable goods for same-day delivery. The new stores will also feature designated drive-in locations where groceries purchased online will be brought to customers’ cars, alongside license plate-reading technology that will help reduce wait times. Known as Project Como, these grocery stores are for now exclusive to customers of the AmazonFresh subscription.Vapormax 1 Ultra Flyknit While Amazon’s new concept is intriguing to say the least, it will have a long way to climb in the grocery industry, as it trails Walmart by 16.2% of the industry’s current market share. Stay tuned for more developments. For more, check out the video below for a short trailer about the AmazonFresh service. Source: Wall Street Journal

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We’ve barely gotten over the latest iPhone 7 rumors and already gossip is flooding in about Apple’s plans to switch from the LCD screens that feature in the current generation of iPhones to OLED displays. According to the rumor mill, which in this case is Nikkan, Japan Display, one of Apple’Nike Air Vapormax Sole Technology HYPEBEAST UK s biggest suppliers of LCD screens, have begun converting their Ishikawa-based factory into a test production line for OLED screens to try and win manufacturing orders when the big switch finally happens. With a test line set to appear early next year, Japan Display hopes to achieve mass production capabilities by 2018, just in time for iPhone 8 orders to start rolling in. This move is in many ways a necessity for Japan Display because their stock price plunged as soon as word got out that their bread-and-butter component might soon be rendered obsolete. This would be great news for Samsung and LG, however, who are major manufacturers of OLED displays. Stay tuned for more. Source: Cult of Mac

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Earlier today, The xx released their highly-anticipated new album I See You. To celebrate the launch, the band stopped by BBC’s Radio 1 for a performance of lead single “Nike News Nike Air VaporMax Reveals the Pinnacle of Air UK On Hold.” But that wasn’t all they got up to. The xx surprised the world with a cover of Drake and Rihanna’s “Too Good.” Head over to BBC’s Radio 1 Channel to give it a listen, tune in at 2:14:45. This is not the first time that the band has crossed paths with Drake and Rihanna. Drake’s song “Take Care,” from his excellent album of the same name, which featured Rihanna on guest vocals was built entirely from a sample of “I’ll Take Care of U,” the closing track from Jamie xx’s remix album We’re New Here. Would a full-on Drake covers album be too much to ask? Watch the music video for “On Hold” below. In other music news, SZA has announced her new album and shared a single titled “Drew Barrymore.” Listen to it right here. Cover Image: The Fader, by Gavriel Maynard