• Connected Car Ecommerce Projected To Hit $265 Billion
    An increasing amount of in-car connectivity will lead to more consumer spending while in cars. An estimated 775 million consumer vehicles will be connected via telematics or by in-vehicle apps by 2023, growing 19% annually from 330 million this year.
  • 65% Say Internet-Connected Devices Cost Too Much
    The majority (70%) of consumers in a Kantar TNS study also have privacy concerns about connected devices.
  • Consumers Worry About Smart Speakers Listening To Their Conversations
    Privacy concerns are part of the smart speaker shopping process, with consumers trusting some brands more than others, according to a new study.
  • Walmart, Consumer Brands Add In-Aisle Augmented Reality
    A Christmas Sleigh Ride AR activation is being featured in nine brand-sponsored aisles throughout 1,000 Walmart locations for the next four weeks.
  • Uber Self-Driving Cars Readied For Downsized Road Trials
    Uber is planning to get its self-driving cars back on the road, after halting pubic trials following a fatal accident.
  • Top AI Value: Creating Better Customer Experiences
    Many businesses are measuring ways to make AI pay off, according to a new study by PwC.
  • The Interim Internet Of Things
    While the IoT end game is far in the distance, organizations are taking practical steps to make forward moves in the right direction with a general IoT flavor.
  • New Products Push Wearables Market Along
    Worldwide shipments of wearable devices reached 32 million units in the third quarter, an increase of 22%.
  • Universal AR App Puts Fans Inside 'Welcome To Marwen' Movie Scene
    The "Welcome to Marwen" AR app recreates one of the scenes from the movie, including 3D interactions with the action figures,
  • Social Robot Maker Jibo Calls It Quits
    Jibo, the social robot funded by more than $70 million, has filed a certificate of withdrawal, surrendering its authority to conduct business in Massachusetts.
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