The pandemic and the ensuing shift to online shopping and new levels of scale accelerated the retailers omni-channel revamp.
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South Korean automaker banks on Alcazar to grab a bigger share of the premium segment
Research papers come out far too frequently for anyone to read them all. That's especially true in the field of machine learning, which now affects practically every industry and company.
Experts brace for more clotting cases as 52% of doses were given in the last 2 weeks.
The 2022 Mini John Cooper Works hardtop is arriving with a mild facelift and a host of interior upgrades. Mini recently updated its 2022 model range for both the hardtop and convertible, but the JCW version is having a style all its own. It now has a larger hexagonal front grille with a new red crossbar. The grille now extends … Continue reading
Last month, Instagram accidentally hid likes for a large number of users in what was meant to be a small test, garnering strong reactions.
Crypto enthusiast Mike Novogratz said a spike in smaller cryptocurrencies such as XRP and dogecoin "never ends well."
Corporate executives are using audio-conferencing app Clubhouse to directly communicate with retail investors, according to reporting from the New York Times.
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It's just as silly as the Speed coupe, but with a better view out.
During the first months of the pandemic, countless people were forced to cancel or reschedule their travel plans, leaving transportation companies and travelers reexamining the role of vacations in our lives. As vaccination rates increase across the U.S., however, 2021 is shaping up to be another unprecedented year for travel, with people now looking to...
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OnePlus got rid of the image of the manufacturer of one flagship a year and began to actively launch new devices. This year, as part ...
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Chatty assistants from Google, Amazon, and Apple are popular. But which one is right for you?
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It’s another day in 2021, and so of course it’s another day where someone, somewhere is launching an NFT in hopes of making a ton of easy money. This week’s NFT launches were headlined by some big names — M.I.A., Tfue, Spike Jonze — and collectively posed the question: can you still, nearly a month after Beeple’s blockbuster NFT sale at Christie’s, make a stupid amount of cash off these things in part by being in the right place at the right time?
The answer, it seems, is mostly yes. And several of this week’s NFT creators were clearly here for just that possibility. Not that this NFT thing was always the exclusive realm of fine art — I present to you this golden Pringles can that raises its eyebrows at you as if to say come and try me —...
"We really have to think about how we're going to use the airplanes in the future," Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost said in March.
Face-to-face with the new Captain America and Battlestar, make sure you know how to watch The Falcon and the Winter Solider for the ultimate superhero showdown
If you’re OK with a few bugs and rough edges, you can get new features before anyone else.
The collaboration will start with the first contest, ‘Call of Duty Mobile Aces Esports Challenge’, featured on JioGames Esports platform.
We’ve all been moving through cluttered areas, or perhaps after a night of too much partying, at some point in our lives and put out our arms to help brace ourselves on nearby objects. Robotics researchers are now teaching bipedal robots to move using their arms and their legs. The team says that humans have used multi-contact locomotion throughout history … Continue reading