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Businesses are working with Nebraska Crossing to create what mall developers call a “mobile-first” shopping experience that caters to the way consumers interact with brands.
Leap Motion is building up to its July release with a new video showing its interaction with Windows.
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Pleygo enables families to rent different sets instead of purchasing new ones.
The high-end grocery retailer is going to install service desks in stores with tablets for online transactions.
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The famous Brick Lane hosted a guerilla-marketing stunt by Disney to promote their new film Wreck-It Ralph.