• New Tech Even Stresses The Tech Savvy
    Technology seems to perplex and stress out even the tech experts. Some of the stresses include troubleshooting devices that worked just a day earlier, Wi-Fi connectivity and helping others their tech issues.
  • Invisible Codes Added To Clothing For Bonus Info
    Codes can be placed on the numbers on sports jerseys so shoppers can scan the jersey to get more information on their favorite players.
  • NRF 'Big Show' Highlights 'Frictionless Checkout'
    For example, Hisense showed a modular point-of-sale kiosk that allows payment by facial recognition.
  • Samsung Partners At NRF For Wrist-Wearable Scanner
    The scanning gloves have been used in manufacturing environments and now are moving to retail.
  • Shoppers Want Better Self-Checkout Tech
    74% of shoppers in a survey said difficulty in entering goods and frequent overrides were their biggest concerns with self-checkout tech.
  • Walmart Unveils Grocery-Picking Robot
    The technology can allow shoppers to place orders closer to pick-up time and reduce time when picking up an order.
  • Toyota Intros Its Smart City Concept At CES
    The "Woven City" is part of the automaker's transitions from a transportation company to a mobility company, as Toyoda defined previously.
  • Samsung's Harman Shows A More Connected, In-Car Experience At CES
    CES highlights industry trends or directions, and self-driving cars were the focus two years ago. Last year: enhancing the driver experience.
  • Smart Oven Thermometer: Little Things That Count At CES
    You don't need a smart stove or any other smart appliance to use the little device -- just a smartphone.
  • Consumer Tech Sales To Hit $422B This Year: CTA
    Spending on software and streaming services including music, video and video gaming, projected to reach record high of $81.2 billion.
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