In North America, it’s easy to see that we’re heading towards a world that is driven by digital commerce. Many people order a good chunk of their daily supplies and impulse purchases online. Apps make buying things even out in the real world much easier than cash. Then, there’s the credit and debit card trend… Continue reading Is a cashless society closer than most realize?
The importance of mobile design really cannot be exaggerated these days. In 2014, 60 percent of web traffic came from a mobile device. That’s well over half, and more than enough reason to convince any sane person of the importance of mobile first design. But building a top smartphone app is tough. Contrary to what… Continue reading 6 main elements of beautifully designed smartphone apps
As long as there have been cars, trucks, SUV’s or any other thing that has four wheels and drives, there have been auto thieves. Car companies have come a long way in theft deterrent and car alarm technology, but automotive thefts continue to occur everyday. As careful as one may be, it is still possible… Continue reading It’s all in the eyes. Security technology takes a bite out of car thefts.
We live in a big, rushing, digital world. Writing letters is something done for nostalgic purposes; a throwback to simpler times. School-age children aren’t even taught to read an analog clock anymore. Even the simple act of installing a landline telephone in your house is an antiquated ideal. However, in this digital world, where social… Continue reading Resumes in the digital age
The top quality web hosting sites of today are using cloud hosting for optimal website functionality. However, though its use is becoming widespread, some business owners are still not exactly sure what cloud hosting is and why it’s beneficial. “Cloud hosting” is a buzz phrase that has taken the business world by storm, and for… Continue reading Do I need cloud hosting?
This summer, millions of people across the world will be watching the globe’s biggest sporting event. The tournament, which turns up once every four years, will be taking place across 12 cities in Brazil. All of this creates a platform where spectators will witness the most scientific and technologically advanced soccer tournament ever. Players will… Continue reading 2014 World Cup full of new tech advances
You might not realize it, but the history of networks goes back to 1973, when Ethernet was invented at Xerox. The “Blue Book” of Ethernet standards was developed in 1980, which paved the way for the internet as we now know it. In the early years of the internet, new technology was developed that paved… Continue reading Networking technologies: from launch to cloud
Casinos have come a long way in terms of tech. Facilities that used to have a retro vibe à la Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas experienced a complete tech turnaround, updating both their games and other gadgets for the 21st century. In fact, casinos use some of the most high-tech tools around to defraud… Continue reading 5 technologies that casinos use to operate
Imagine you’ve spent the last hour shopping in the downtown area of the town you call home. You’ve been walking around while listening to music, and now after having purchased the last item you set out to obtain, you head back to your car. You’re in the middle of listening to a symphony and don’t… Continue reading Want to hook up your iPhone to your car? There’s an app for that. Almost.
It’s easy to think of customer tracking as the golden goose of retail. After all, if you know where your customers go in the store, what they’re most likely to purchase when, and why they enter your store in the first place, then you could hold the key to increasing sales. Entire industries have been… Continue reading 3 major flaws you should understand about customer tracking