Imagine scanning your phone when you walk into the grocery store, doing all your shopping, and then just walking out. No lines, no scanning your items, no bagging. That’s how the Amazon Go store works.
Amazon Dash Button!
Amazon Dash is a consumer goods ordering service which uses a proprietary device for ordering goods over the Internet.
What is the Internet of Things (IoT)? Where does ‘it’ come from, how is IoT used in practice, what are the key IoT benefits and challenges, and what can we expect in the future across several vertical markets and from various angles and IoT use cases? From the Consumer Internet of Things to the Industrial Internet of Things and the Internet of Everything.
Using sensors, tags, and other IoT devices to track goods through the global supply chain is one of the fundamental use cases for the Internet of Things, and also one of the most impactful.
Cisco and DHL, the world’s largest logistics provider, estimated last year that $1.9 trillion dollars of economic value could be created by the use of IoT devices and asset tracking solutions in the global supply chain and logistics sector.
From an app that boosts declining high streets, to a platform where anyone can create an online radio station, these startups have been tipped for big things.
he north’s digital economy is creating jobs at 10 times the rate of the region’s non-digital sectors, according to a recent report.
To celebrate and promote the emergence of this so-called digital powerhouse, Tech North on Thursday night held the grand final of its Northern Stars competition to uncover the region’s 10 brightest tech startups.
Walt Disney, es un hombre que sencillamente se atrevió a tener la osadía de soñar, y no sólo eso, se armó de valor para convertir esos sueños en realidad y a su vez poner a soñar al mundo entero. Disney fue un dibujante estadounidense, pionero en la creación de películas de dibujos animados y creador de todo un mundo que lleva su nombre y está dedicado al entretenimiento familiar.
Nokia CEO ended his speech saying this “we didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow, we lost”.
During the press conference to announce NOKIA being acquired by Microsoft, Nokia CEO ended his speech saying this “we didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow, we lost”. Upon saying that, all his management team, himself included, teared sadly.