Tag Archives: Screenless E-Commerce

Amazon’s Dash Button Is Moving Forward As The Entry Point To A New Way Of Shopping

For its one year anniversary, Amazon has dramatically increased the number of brands one can order products from with a Dash button, an Amazon Prime only service. Ars Technica: A year after Amazon announced Dash, the small buttons intended to make reordering household supplies almost too easy, the company is expanding the program. Amazon announced a slew of […]

Screenless E-Commerce: Amazon Echo Is A New Interface To The Internet

Josh Stearns, Director, Journalism & Sustainability for Dodge Foundation, writes on Medium about his experience with Amazon Echo: [After] almost a year of owning an Echo I’m amazed by how it has shifted how I access news and information, creating a layer of on-demand audio that I find myself relying on more and more. I’ve […]

Screenless E-Commerce: Amazon Dash Replenishment Service starts rolling out

Amazon has started to roll out its Dash Replenishment Service to the general public and all potentially partnering companies after testing the service since April of last year with a limited set of partners. The Dash Replenishment Service is the platform behind the Dash buttons. It provides a frictionless way to (re-)order consumables via the […]

Hiku: A Potential Dash Platform For Walmart And Others

Before Amazon introduced the Dash buttons, it introduced the Dash wand. A gadget for scanning barcodes or simply saying the product name into the microphone in the kitchen to easily add products to the shopping cart on Amazon. The Dash is part of AmazonFresh and can still only be bought when invited. The Hiku is […]