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TWICE Retail Rebels Re-Write The Rules

100 Largest CE Retailers Hold Their Ground

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The Future Of Shopping: It’s In The Details

Despite the growth of online shopping, many consumers still revel in the experience of going to brick-and-mortar locations to purchase goods.

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‘Augmented retail’ may be the omnichannel solution
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6 High-Tech Auto Safety Features To Watch

Automakers have become a common sight at CES in recent years, and it’s really no surprise: Consumer electronics are a big part of today’s cars, as drivers increasingly want to take their favorite tech with them when they hit the road.

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Carfax study shows which ones consumers value
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A Brief History Of Sears

It's hard to remember now, but there was a time – a long time – when Sears reigned supreme in retail, first supplying quality goods to rural America through its ubiquitous catalog, and then leading consumers to the suburbs with its promise of a better life through consumption.
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When Worlds Collide: The Convergence Of Brick And Click

There seems to be a myth among retailers that brick brands and click brands can’t thrive in the same space. While the traditional shopping model that retailers once knew has drastically shifted, and some retailers have been slow to adapt to consumer preferences, many have taken a new approach to the shopper experience. 

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Winning retailers put customer experience first
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Artificial Intelligence Is Getting Smarter

Whether we know it or not, artificial intelligence (AI) is something that many people are already using in their daily lives.

And if you’re not using it yet, you almost certainly will be soon. According to research from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, the AI market is projected to almost triple from 2014 to 2020, from $58 billion to $153 billion in spending.

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How AI is pervading and enhancing the CE interface
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Defining Premium For A New Era

For tech retailers and manufacturers, “premium” is best defined as the promise or expectation of an experience being somehow better than the typical experience — and that such privilege will cost extra.

It is anything but formulaic; one company’s or brand’s premium offering can be markedly different from even a direct competitor’s. The value of premium chiefly comes down to how consumers feel, and the benefits they perceive when using the product.

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Value comes down to how consumers feel

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