You need to print your digital photos. Not next year, not when you have more free time—right now. I don’t care if your favorite dank memes are playing at the picture showhouse tonight (or whatever the kids are doing for fun these days). Start your first photobook tonight. It’s now or never. Your future self will be…
Blood testing startup Theranos is having a terrible week. First, the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services sent the company a letter saying its California facility poses “immediate jeopardy to patient safety.” Now, Walgreens will no longer send its lab tests to Theranos’ Newark, California location.
As part of Walgreens' recent initiative to be a "leader in healthcare technology," the company is teaming up with Silicon Valley health startup Theranos to offer cheap, needle-free blood tests. What's more, the service will soon be coming to a drugstore near you, as they're planning to expand it to all 8,200 locations.
According to a leaked Walgreens memo seen by MacRumors, Apple Pay will go live for the pharmaceutical giant on October 18th. Given that Walgreens was listed as an Apple Pay launch partner, that could well mean that Apple Pay will go live nationwide in just seven days time.
We've heard tell of Apple's plans to embrace mobile payments in a big way. And now, according to a new report from Recode, not only will the iPhone 6 come packing a payment system, but Apple has even lined up some major partners for announcement day.
Google just announced a pretty impressive-looking retail experience powered by its Project Tango 3D mapping service. With help from aisle411 and Walgreens, the new augmented reality shopping technology will help you find products more efficiently. It sort of turns shopping into a video game.
Fifty families with unsuspecting kids in Chatham, New Jersey recently received a breast cancer drug from their local CVS instead of the fluoride pills they asked for. The kids took tamoxifen for months before anyone noticed. Outrageous, right?
Ohio cop Joshua Campbell stopped at a Walgreens to pick up surveillance footage of a robbery that had taken place just hours earlier—only to stumble upon a new robbery, at the same Walgreens. Which he foiled. On tape!
Walgreens plans to sell genetic testing kits for the first time in brick and mortar stores, but the FDA thinks this shift from labs/internet to pharmacy may be too much too fast.
We don't normally think of glitz when we think of Walgreens, but maybe that's entirely the point. The company is building the world's "most complex, powerful and digitally advanced" sign to hover over their new flagship store. And 17,000 feet of it is covered with 12 million LEDs capable of producing a trillion…
Later today, I'll be sending the government a painful, sizable check. Luckily, Walgreens has my recent drop in net worth covered by offering 15 free 4x6 prints. Just create a Walgreens photo account (or use one that you already have) and check out with the code TAXDAY. I know, you're wondering, "What will I possibly…
Print out this coupon and head to Walgreens to get a free printer ink refill today. Hey, waaaaait a minute. How are you supposed to print this coupon if your ink is dry? You almost got me, Walgreens. Good for Dell, HP, Lexmark, Okidata, Primera, Sharp and Xerox cartridges. [Walgreens via Wisebread via Consumerist]
New ideas are needed to keep the tumbleweeds from blowing through the Walgreens photo department, and the latest is a burn-your-own-DVD kiosk, specializing in the rare and out-of-print. We were the first to report on the DVD Copy Control Association voting to approve the "DVD Download" CSS format. But many of you…
Who'd have thought that the cheapest place you can find a 4GB Meizu Miniplayer was Walgreens. Who knew Walgreens even sold electronics? That's just weird.