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Retailers Play with High-Tech to Drive New Shopping Experiences

Retailers Play with High-Tech to Drive New Shopping Experiences

In the battle between e-commerce and in-store shopping, and as online sales tallies continue to grow, sophisticated new technology is being used to rejuvenate – some might say save – the old-fashioned bricks-and-mortar store. Digital innovation and powerful computer technologies…

Netflix focuses on original content as well as personalization features

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

“Success at Netflix is measured by people watching more, thus are they getting more value from Netflix and are they retaining better or staying with the subscription service. Our rallying cry is ‘less browsing and more playing,’ we don’t want our subscribers to have to browse to find suitable content, we’re finding ways to get this content to them,” Yellin explains.

New Coding Toys for Kids Coming in 2017

By Christine Persaud
Coding toys for kids of all ages are all the rage these days. They incorporate play with learning critical skills in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields. Here are 3 more really cool coding toys that kids will be able to get their hands on this year to further their learning of coding.

Why do Chromebooks dominate the education market?

By Gadjo Sevilla

How does a device that can’t run classic desktop apps, requires constant Internet access, and has less storage space than a smartphone become the darling of the educational market? Here’s how the Chromebook’s inherent weaknesses helped make it the leading choice for education.

Apple’s earnings shed light on possible trouble ahead

By Ted Kritsonis

If you were to focus purely on the dollar figures, Apple’s latest earnings looked like a nice bounce back for a company that had done worse in the previous three quarters. Dig a little deeper, and there are signs that not all is going well.

Do Facebook Ad Blockers Cause ‘Fake News’?

Do Facebook Ad Blockers Cause ‘Fake News’?

by Lee Rickwood
Content that fits expectations and existing worldviews will be shared more often than content that challenges or undermines existing prejudices and preconceptions.

Where your cable bills may be headed in 2017

By Ted Kritsonis

Paying for cable might seem anachronistic for younger consumers who have either already cut the cord, or never had cable, but for those who still do, this looks to be a year of uncertainty.