Last week, Target launched its new Target Zero initiative, which aims to give consumers the tools and information they need to make sustainable purchasing decisions. Target Zero is one mechanism through which the company is progressing towards its Target Forward goals to become an industry leader in curating inclusive and sustainable brands by 2030. Under the new Target Zero initiative, consumers both online and in-store will easily be able to distinguish products that are refillable, made from recycled consent, and feature reusable or compostable packaging. Think of Target Zero as the company’s seal of approval allowing consumers to make sustainable purchases without being forced to spend an exorbitant amount of time researching.
In other news, Audi, the German auto manufacturer, has announced that it will begin supporting Holoride’s in-car virtual reality technology starting this summer when Audi will begin shipping cars with the necessary software to sync with Holoride-compatible headsets. Models that will feature this upgraded infotainment system include the A4, A6, A8, Q5, and e-tron GT. The in-drive entertainment content from Holoride allows passengers to play interactive games that adapt to the car’s movements.
Lastly, Samsung is set to unveil its latest mid-range smartphones at the Galaxy A event, which will take place on March 17 at 10 AM Eastern time. The event is available to be streamed by the public on Samsung’s website or YouTube channel. Last month, at the company’s first Unpacked event of the year, Samsung launched the flagship S22 series.
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