Tesco adds barcode scanner to iPhone app | Supermarket leviathan Tesco has announced that is updating its popular grocery app for iPhone to include a barcode reader – along people to add things to their online shopping list more simply. Buying advice from the leading technology site
Strategy shift: The scheme being trialled in Watford has been billed as the 'very latest in retail innovation'
Tesco's online only fashion label F showcased several of the latest Retail trends at a 3 day pop-up shop in Covent garden. No sales - but clothes could be tried on and and ordered from the store online to be delivered to your home or local Tesco the next day. Photo sharing - get your photo taken, then tweet or post to Facebook for feedback from your friends. Augmented reality - All clothing tags 'Aurasma-enabled' enabling a phone to activate a video showing the garment being modelled
Last year, Tesco Homeplus, a retail chain in Korea, started changing online shopping by putting up large billboards with pictures of their products, with a QR code associated with each product. You use your smartphone to scan the QR codes to fill up your cart. When you’re finished shopping, you checkout online and your groceries are delivered to your home. Now they have an entire store that is virtual.