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Daily Mail
High-tech EEG headset lets you shop subconsciouslybrainwaves while browsing items and measures levels of 'pleasure hormone' dopam
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
brainwaves while browsing items and measures levels of 'pleasure hormone' dopamine Emerging technology is designed to help shoppers make better purchases Retailers will soon be able to automatically add products you like to your cart All women... Read more
7d
Bizjournals
Amazon bets on Atlanta tech with office expansionsgained traction as camera-enabled smartphones have become ubiquitous. The techn
Bizjournals / Posted 7 days ago
gained traction as camera-enabled smartphones have become ubiquitous. The technology, which blends artificial intelligence, computer vision, augmented reality and other technologies, is seeing broad adoption as retailers look for ways to help... Read more
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Market Watch
Artificial intelligence will be important this holiday shopping season even if shoppers don’t know itcan be sent to customers in a timely fashion, or through services designed to c
Market Watch / Posted 14 days ago
can be sent to customers in a timely fashion, or through services designed to cater to the preferences of the individual shopper. “Customers are running into it every day and probably don’t know it,” said Pano Anthos, managing director of XRC... Read more
18d
BC Local News
COLUMN: What’s the weirdest thing ever stolen from YOU?few years ago in an Ontario newspaper office we dealt with numerous instances o
BC Local News / Posted 18 days ago
few years ago in an Ontario newspaper office we dealt with numerous instances of theft. Someone walked away with a computer, once. No one broke in and the alarm didn't go off. Just one day there was a large Apple computer on the desk and... Read more
18d
Similkameen Spotlight
COLUMN: What’s the weirdest thing ever stolen from YOU?few years ago in an Ontario newspaper office we dealt with numerous instances o
Similkameen Spotlight / Posted 18 days ago
few years ago in an Ontario newspaper office we dealt with numerous instances of theft. Someone walked away with a computer, once. No one broke in and the alarm didn’t go off. Just one day there was a large Apple computer on the desk and... Read more
19d
Gulf News
360-degree cameras to fuel VR growthPeople currently use the headsets for games and watching movies, Merlin says I
Gulf News / Posted 19 days ago
People currently use the headsets for games and watching movies, Merlin says Image Credit: Atiq-ur-Rehman/Gulf News Shoppers experience virtual reality courtesy of the Samsung Gear VR at the company’s stand during Gitex Shopper 2017 at the Dubai... Read more
21d
Daily Mail
Ivanka Trump needed an assistant to help with all her bags todaymother-of-three modeling the $258 Claudia Bucket Bag, while her assistant was w
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
mother-of-three modeling the $258 Claudia Bucket Bag, while her assistant was weighed down with the much larger $298 Soho Shopper. Ivanka's handbag coordinated perfectly with her all-black ensemble, which featured several metallic gold... Read more
22d
KERA North Texas
Anthem Says No To Many Scans Done By Hospital-Owned Clinicsresults is wrong, Binder says. A study published last year in The Spine Journal
KERA North Texas / Posted 22 days ago
results is wrong, Binder says. A study published last year in The Spine Journal, for example, found that when a "secret shopper" patient with low back pain received MRI at 10 imaging centers over a period of three weeks, each center reported... Read more
22d
KPBS San Diego
Anthem Says No To Many Scans Done By Hospital-Owned Clinicsresults is wrong, Binder says. A study published last year in The Spine Journal
KPBS San Diego / Posted 22 days ago
results is wrong, Binder says. A study published last year in The Spine Journal, for example, found that when a "secret shopper" patient with low back pain received MRI at 10 imaging centers over a period of three weeks, each center reported... Read more
23d
Chicago Tribune
Why neighborhood toy stores are thriving while Toys R Us goes bankruptcolors in the bath. "This is fun. It's much better than shopping online," she
Chicago Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
colors in the bath. "This is fun. It's much better than shopping online," she said, "because I don't know how to use the computer." Last week, the big-box toy retailer filed for bankruptcy protection after a long, losing battle to sell its own... Read more
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24d
The Morning Call
Why neighborhood toy stores are thriving while Toys R Us goes bankruptcolors in the bath. "This is fun. It's much better than shopping online," she
The Morning Call / Posted 24 days ago
colors in the bath. "This is fun. It's much better than shopping online," she said, "because I don't know how to use the computer." Last week, the big-box toy retailer filed for bankruptcy protection after a long, losing battle to sell its own... Read more
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24d
Orlando Sentinel
Why neighborhood toy stores are thriving while Toys R Us goes bankruptcolors in the bath. "This is fun. It's much better than shopping online," she
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 24 days ago
colors in the bath. "This is fun. It's much better than shopping online," she said, "because I don't know how to use the computer." Last week, the big-box toy retailer filed for bankruptcy protection after a long, losing battle to sell its own... Read more
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27d
Daily Mail
Alice Smellie goes on date with lifelike robotprinting. The skull alone is comprised of roughly 20 pieces screwed together.
Daily Mail / Posted 27 days ago
printing. The skull alone is comprised of roughly 20 pieces screwed together. Within this sits Alfie’s ‘brain’, with five computer servos (or motors) to control actions in the head and neck: one for each eye, one for the jaw and two for the neck... Read more
27d
Daily Mail
New algorithm could help scientists predict extreme eventsthe instability inside a gas turbine to a sudden rogue wave in otherwise calm w
Daily Mail / Posted 27 days ago
the instability inside a gas turbine to a sudden rogue wave in otherwise calm waters In the study, the team developed a computer algorithm that uses equations and available data to identify the warning signs of real world extreme... Read more
27d
Daily Mail
What made headteacher Emma Kelly, 43, go to the Amazon?still alive when they dumped her in the fast-moving river. While ransacking he
Daily Mail / Posted 27 days ago
still alive when they dumped her in the fast-moving river. While ransacking her tent, stealing her GoPro camera, tablet computer, a drone and two mobile phones, one of the men accidentally pressed an SOS button on her GPS device as he tried to... Read more
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27d
Daily Mail
Mini-pig named Spam found dead after he was stolen during breakstolen on September 11 during a home break-in. He was taken along with jewelry
Daily Mail / Posted 27 days ago
stolen on September 11 during a home break-in. He was taken along with jewelry, two flat screen TVs, laptops and a tablet computer. Spam the miniature pig was stolen last week in a home break-in. He was found dead on Thursday inside his crate in... Read more
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28d
Gazette News
Conman who fled to Spain after scamming victims out of £21k FINALLY admits his guiltand February 2013 and never sending the items. He also admitted taking £650 fr
Gazette News / Posted 28 days ago
and February 2013 and never sending the items. He also admitted taking £650 from someone expecting to receive an iMac computer. In April of the same year he conned another internet user out of £5,030 by pretending to sell them another Canon... Read more
30d
Marketing Interactive
MyTOWN taps on sound as latest shopper marketing toolcomposed music that magnifies different segments of the shopping centre accordi
Marketing Interactive / Posted 30 days ago
composed music that magnifies different segments of the shopping centre according to different zone, as part of its latest shopper marketing tools. In a statement, MyTOWN shopping centre which emphasis on its signature “customer journey” mall... Read more

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