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Automating The Last Mile? We Ask Agam Berry, Quantified Commerce

11 days ago   |   By Tech Radar

The online retail sector is booming. $2.3 trillion in sales were recorded in 2017, with an estimated increase to $4.8 trillion in sales by 2021. Online shopping is on the rise, and as more and more e-commerce companies enter the market they are going to have to seperate themselves from their competitors. Consumers have a variety of options online, which means that it's imperative for companies to differentiate themselves in order to compete for a share of the market. One of the biggest variables e-commerce companies are working to improve is last mile delivery. Last mile delivery is the...
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The Digitally Native Brand In India, Agam Berry, Quantified Commerce

The Digitally Native Brand In India, Agam Berry, Quantified Commerce

11 days ago   |   By Tech Radar

With the internet growing at an increasingly fast rate in the past decade companies are playing catch up in terms of how to best leverage the internet for their brands. This has lead to the rise of what is called a digitally native, vertically-integrated company. This model allows companies to stay competitive, and when it comes to a country like India, it may allow them to enter the market and succeed where others failed. What is a vertically integrated, digitally native company? And why will it allow for success in India? Let's first break down what digitally native means. In lieu of a...
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Rise Of Subscription Services, Agam Berry, Quantified Commerce

Rise Of Subscription Services, Agam Berry, Quantified Commerce

11 days ago   |   By Tech Radar

Subscription based services have been around for a very long time. Newspapers and magazines are two examples of subscription based services that have been around since the advent of the printing press. This business model has grown to include anything from DVD's to streaming services to clothes, and now it seems like the subscription based service model is becoming more and more popular. Companies offer subscription based services for anything from meals to crystals. What makes the subscription based services so popular, and why do some claim it is only a matter of time before they take...
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Apple quietly cuts price of its USB-C to Lightning cable down to $19

Apple quietly cuts price of its USB-C to Lightning cable down to $19

Charging your iPhone, iPad, or Mac just got cheaper as Apple cut the price of its 1 meter USB-C to Lightning cable from $25 to $19 at some point in the last month or so. As... Read more ...

Intel Discloses New 'Variant 4' Spectre-Like Vulnerability

Intel Discloses New 'Variant 4' Spectre-Like Vulnerability

Intel, Google, and Microsoft today disclosed a new variant of the Spectre design flaw and security vulnerability that impacts millions of computers and mobile devices from a... Read more ...

Instagram testing new ‘You're all caught up' feature to improve digital health

Instagram testing new ‘You're all caught up' feature to improve digital health

Last week, Instagram said that it would be adding a new “Usage Insights” feature to help users better track how much time they were spending in the app. Now, as reported by... Read more ...

Verizon Starts Rolling Out Android 8.0 Oreo To LG G6

Verizon Starts Rolling Out Android 8.0 Oreo To LG G6

Verizon has started rolling out a software package to the LG G6, which will upgrade the handset's operating system to Android 8.0 Oreo. This deployment comes several weeks... Read more ...

How to turn Twitter's custom emoji on/off on Android

How to turn Twitter's custom emoji on/off on Android

Earlier today, Twitter started to implement its own “Twemoji” to make sure Android users could see every emoji used on the platform even if their phone doesn't support specific... Read more ...

Get your Apple Watch ready for summer with these new Coach bands

Get your Apple Watch ready for summer with these new Coach bands

Itching to switch up your style now that the weather's getting warmer? Consider splurging on Coach's new luxury summer line of Apple Watch bands. Designer brand Coach has... Read more ...

Google Photos Now Lets Users Favorite Individual Photos

Google Photos Now Lets Users Favorite Individual Photos

Given how many photos we tend to take with our phones and cameras, it's easy to amass hundreds if not thousands of photos over the years. This means that going back in our... Read more ...

IPhone: How to toggle tolls or highways in Apple Maps

IPhone: How to toggle tolls or highways in Apple Maps

Apple Maps has the convenience of being the default mapping solution on all of your Apple products, whether it be iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch. But one thing that may be... Read more ...

PSA: Asking Siri about WWDC does not reveal a new HomePod or anything else

PSA: Asking Siri about WWDC does not reveal a new HomePod or anything else

Over the last few days, a story has been making the rounds claiming that Siri itself is teasing a major overhaul coming at WWDC next month, as well as a new HomePod... Read more ...

Google Duplex explained: How it works, controversy, and passing the Turing test?

Google Duplex explained: How it works, controversy, and passing the Turing test?

The amazement over Google Duplex at I/O 2018 quickly veered into criticism over the lack of disclosure and questions about the on-stage demo itself. I think, somewhat lost in... Read more ...