5 Ways to Give E-Commerce Shopping That Personal Touch

Shopping online can feel a bit impersonal. It’s all about looking at screens and filling virtual carts, and not so much about having a rich experience. Many consumers long for just that kind of experience — one that’s similar to walking into a store, looking at products, talking with an associate, and perhaps ultimately making a purchase. This is where e-commerce personalization technologies come in, with the goal of delivering an online shopping experience that’s at least as interactive as a bricks-and-mortar one.

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NFL, Tencent aiming for China's smartphone screens

Pro football might rule big-screen television sets in the U.S., but it is the small screens of smartphones where the National Football League hopes to make its play in China.

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New LCD TVs Offer Impressive Features and Technology

Televisions with LED/LCD-lit screens have had some obvious drawbacks—limited viewing angles, blacks that often look gray, and brightness issues that sometimes make dark scenes look cloudy.

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Users of Microsoft's 'free' Windows 10 find unexpected ads on lock screen

Article Image Microsoft recently began running advertisements directly on the lock screens of Windows 10 devices, catching users by surprise with marketing on their PCs and tablets.

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New technology expands screens and horizons at the movies

Cinemas have long been building bigger screens (IMAX) and opening other dimensions (3D) to entice people out to the theater and away from the vastly improved home viewing experience. And while consumers at home may pull out a second screen device for surfing or supplemental information, Belgium’s Barco hopes to counter that trend by going even bigger: banking on multiple, interconnected big-screens, creating an even more immersive experience to fill seats for exhibitors.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/10/13/new-technology-expands-screens-and-horizons-at-movies.html

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Flickr wants to put you inside VR photos

Looking at photos on our flat, rectangular screens may one day seem as antiquated as flipping through printed scrapbooks, or at least it will if Flickr’s latest project works out.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/09/16/flickr-wants-to-put-inside-vr-photos/

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First photos of supposed 'iPhone 6s' front panel appear, points to mass production

A set of photos posted to the Web on Thursday claim to show so-called “iPhone 6s” screens rolling off the production line, suggesting mass manufacturing of the next-generation handset has started.

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Rumor: Apple's iPhones could adopt flexible OLED displays in 2018

South Korean display manufacturers are trying to persuade Apple to use flexible OLED screens for future iPhones, although the first such models might not ship until 2018, a report claimed on Wednesday.

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Rumor: Apple taps AU Optronics to build 4-inch iPhone screens for 2016 hardware update

Supplier AU Optronics has secured a deal to produce screens for a future 4-inch iPhone, which may be in the works to ship in 2016, a report said.

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Turkey threatens to ban Twitter (again)

Turkey-based Twitter users could soon be staring at blank screens again after the government threatened to block the social media service for the second time in less than a year.

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Evercore raises Apple price target to $125, sees bigger iPhones leading to bigger sales

Bigger iPhone 6 screens are likely to result in a bigger upgrade cycle for Apple, in the eyes of Evercore Partners, which increased its price target to $125 on Tuesday and advised investors to buy in.

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Missile makers use virtual ‘CAVE’ to test weapons

Raytheon’s CAVE, or Computer Assisted Virtual Environment, uses theater-sized 3D screens to turn a workstation into a realistic remote location. With the press of a button, engineers can be face to face with a virtual missile. They then use the technology to help perfect the design.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/06/26/missile-makers-use-virtual-cave-to-test-weapons/

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