In early 2000, no one was considering that technology come to this level in just no matter of time. These technologies will totally transform the future dynamics of the business, though some are the serious threat to future jobs.
Demanding customers, but not in the way you think. And yes, good news for physical stores.
Only half of Americans said they trusted their gut to tell them what’s true. Additionally, 62% of top business executives said they relied on their gut feelings. Like the Julius Caesar wife example.
Instagram has more than 1 billion monthly active users (MAUs) or more than 13 percent of the Earth’s population. Instagram currently has over 25 million active business profiles. The typical user spends an average of 55 minutes per day on the site.
Over recent years, the list of top economies hasn’t changed much – and in a similar visualization we posted 18 months ago, the four aforementioned top economies all fell in the exact same order. However, look outside of these incumbents, and you’ll see that the major forces shaping the future of the global economy are in full swing.
Did you know that tweets from influencers and brands combined can increase purchase intent by a factor of more than five? However, getting results from your influencer marketing campaigns requires good planning.
It turns out that despite the increasing influence of mobile, face-to-face communication is still essential for brands to succeed. But while word of mouth is undoubtedly powerful, personal experience is still king.
Combined Shoppertrak’s top 10 busiest are predicted to account for nearly 45% of the total 2018 holiday season’s total in-store shopping visits.
While RFID and NFC are based on the same underlying technology, they differ in a few important ways. Good infographic summary.
Did you know that 1 in 3 USA shoppers have used voice in searching when purchasing a product? By 2020, it is expected that more than half of online shoppers will be using a voice assistant to make purchases online.
There are 4 key takeaways from the study on mobile apps, mobile wallets, mobile payments, and smart speakers.
Back in 1975, companies paid $5 million for supercomputers whose processing powers were comparable to those of today's iPhones. Which technologies have had the most profound effects so far?
Billions of people around the world grew up during the age of social media, and mankind is slowly marching toward a future where nearly everyone will be a digital native. What services are people using to communicate?
Eye-controlled machines, cheap solar power, consumable microrobots, smart clothing, carbon breathing batteries, unhackable quantum network, biomimetic materials… Which one is your favorite?
It’s our own unique rituals that can bring mental clarity and creativity. That could be a quirky habit or routine such as doing headstands or wearing lots of hats.
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