Posts Tagged ‘amazon’

ALDI Pilots Delivering Groceries in Dallas, 2 Other Cities

Posted by Lance Murray

You may be too busy to hit the local grocery store. Or, you may just want to sit back, relax, and have someone else bring your groceries to you.

Whatever the motivation, your home grocery delivery options continue to sprout …

What’s On Trend in Retail? REVTECH Founder: It’s About Customer Experience

Posted by Heather Noel

REVTECH Managing Director David Matthews is concerned for Dallas’ future in retail, but through the startup accelerator’s new space he foresees hope for the industry. 

It’s there in the 13,000-square-foot North Dallas office, which REVTECH will officially celebrate Thursday

Amazon Plans 3rd Fulfillment Center in Coppell

Posted by Lance Murray

Amazon has announced that it will open its third fulfillment center in Coppell, a move that could bring another 1,000 jobs to the city, according to a report by the Carrollton Leader.

The new facility would be the ninth

Dallas-based Wingstop Offers 1st Menu-specific Ordering Via Alexa

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

So, you’re craving some wings from Dallas-based Wingstop, but maybe it’s too cold out (or it’s too hot) or you’re just too tired to get up and get them yourself. No problem. You’ve got Alexa, and she can place your …

Amazon Go Eliminates Checkout Lines

Posted by Nealie Sanchez

Amazon is making waiting in line a thing of the past with its new checkout-free shopping concept — Amazon Go. 

The new brick-and-mortar stores will do away with checkout lanes and cashiers in favor of a new technology combination of …

3 Things: UTD Physicist Creates DNA Chip To Study Human Cell

Posted by Lance Murray

UT Dallas physicist creates DNA chip to help in cell biology and cancer studies, Dallas data scientist has launched a new media platform for bloggers, and Amazon is hiring for its new facility in Coppell. 

A physicist at the University

3 Things: Could Artificial Intelligence Be The Future of Internet Search?

Posted by Heather Noel

Startups are using artificial intelligence to develop new internet search techniques, Exxon Mobil has found a new process that could reduce emissions and energy usage in plastic manufacturing, a Flower Mound group provides a forum for entrepreneurs seeking advice.


3 Things: AT&T Plans to Use Drones at Concerts, Games

Posted by Julia Falcon

Drones may be the answer to increase mobile device coverage at major events; Techweek adds Dallas to its list of cities; and Amazon Prime Day to return next year.

Dallas-based AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) wants to use drones as high-flying …

XI Marks the Spot for Innovation’s Future

Posted by Brian Roderman

As innovators, we’re always looking for what the world wants and needs next. Obviously, this has been going on for a long time. From the Industrial Revolution on, we’ve focused on the forging of new mechanisms — making widgets and …

Dallas Brothers’ Company Changes Amazon Package Deliveries

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris


Two Dallas brothers started their own company to change the way Amazon packages are delivered.

It was born out of the very real concern with so-called porch pirates, thieves