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Where Retail Technology Needs To Go Now – Forbes – Forbes


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Where Retail Technology Needs To Go Now – Forbes
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The next technology in retail will allow a store to recognize customers when they enter and have sales associates make personalized recommendations based on the available data about a consumer. It's not science-fantasy, it's coming soon and every

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Apple Executive Reveals More of Its Self-Driving Technology – WIRED


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Apple Executive Reveals More of Its Self-Driving Technology
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The talk offered new insight into Apple's secretive efforts around autonomous-vehicle technology. Apple received a permit from the California DMV to test self-driving vehicles in April, and CEO Tim Cook confirmed his interest in such technology in June

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Education technology meets its limits – TechCrunch

Education technology meets its limits
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This week has been a good one for those who like to talk about the limits of technology. Over in the U.K., a prankster managed to fool Trip Advisor into naming his shed the No. 1 ranked restaurant in London. Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, a city struggling

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How Technology Will Change the Future of Gaming Industry – Entrepreneur


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How Technology Will Change the Future of Gaming Industry
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The gaming industry is a growing at a very fast rate in India. The industry's growth is being predominantly driven by smartphone users spending more and more time on games. Smartphones and new technologies have totally transformed the gaming experience

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How Technology Is Going to Change The Workforce In A Way We’ve Never Seen Before – Forbes


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How Technology Is Going to Change The Workforce In A Way We've Never Seen Before
Forbes
People are falling behind because technology is advancing so fast and our skills and organizations aren't keeping up.” The question becomes one of timing—will the shift in jobs leave millions by the wayside because they can't learn the new tools of

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