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Top 7 smart tech: Laundry folding robots and recipe suggesting fridges among most wanted

Smart thermostat which automatically adjusts based on an individual’s body temperature, is the smart technology Brits would most like to have in their home, according to new research.

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21/02/2019  |  Full story...

8 trends in FMCG e-commerce: potential growth opportunities for retailers and manufacturers

Geo-marketing, voice ordering and direct to consumer selling are among some key trends for FMCG brands this year, according to new research.

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13/02/2019  |  Full story...

OK Computer? Consumers ‘increasingly comfortable with human-mimicking robots in customer service’

As Google Duplex inches closer to becoming a reality, new research by Aspect Software has revealed that over half of consumers (52 per cent) would be comfortable communicating with a customer service robot that closely mimics human behaviour over the phone.

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30/01/2019  |  Full story...

Amazon’s cute new robot ‘Scout’ delivers parcels on its own

Amazon has launched its own six-wheeled delivery robot, called ‘Scout’, to take parcels straight to doorsteps in America.

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28/01/2019  |  Full story...

Top 10 CES gadgets: Automatic make-up, expanding letterboxes and walking cars

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has ended for another year, with 5G, bendy phones and modular TVs dominating conversations. We look at 10 of the biggest innovations from the event, from the practical to the weird…

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14/01/2019  |  Full story...

Microsoft takes on Amazon Go with Kroger 'smart supermarket'

Microsoft has partnered with supermarket chain Kroger to create a hi-tech store, using cloud computing to combine elements of online shopping with a high street store.

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08/01/2019  |  Full story...

Odd news: The 10 weirdest digital stories of 2018

From Amazon's car boot deliveries to Samsung's foldable phones, technology took us in some strange directions during 2018. In this special article, we celebrate the 10 weirdest news stories of the year.

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18/12/2018  |  Full story...

Dancing Russian robot unmasked as a ‘person in a suit’

A Russian robot named ‘Boris’, claimed to be a high tech invention on state TV has been revealed as a man in a suit.

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13/12/2018  |  Full story...

70% of consumers have yet to act on voice search results alone

Over two thirds (70%) of consumer have yet to act on voice search results, with many concerned about the accuracy of online business information, according to new research.

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08/11/2018  |  Full story...

World transport trends: Self-driving trucks to drive future freight

Technology and automation will define the future of road transport but significant obstacles stand in the way, such as trade wars and Brexit, according to new research.

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06/11/2018  |  Full story...

Most CIOs fear IoT performance problems could damage revenues

Over two-thirds of CIOs say IoT will become a major burden as IoT multiplies the complexity of enterprise cloud ecosystems, according to new research.

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02/11/2018  |  Full story...

41% of UK firms fear their business models ‘won’t exist in 5 years due to AI’

Over two-fifths (41%) of British companies believe their current business models will cease to exist in the next five years thanks to artificial intelligence (AI), according to a new survey.

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01/11/2018  |  Full story...

The future is female: Younger people prefer assistance from women's voices

A major study of consumers’ subconscious reactions to digitised voices has revealed a significant bias towards female voices amongst people under the age of 35.

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31/10/2018  |  Full story...

Addison Lee to launch self-driving taxis in London by 2021

Taxi firm Addison Lee Group has partnered with automotive tech firm Oxbotica to launch a self-driving taxi service in London by 2021.

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23/10/2018  |  Full story...

Huawei takes on Samsung and Apple with AI-centric phone

Chinese tech giant Huawei is already outselling Apple phones worldwide this year, but can its new high-powered Mate 20 range with AI and 3D modelling features cement its position in Western markets?

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17/10/2018  |  Full story...

CRM trends: Customers increasingly contacting brands as demand for chatbots grows

The average UK consumer now contacts organisations 9 times per month, equating to 463.5 million monthly contacts – which costs brands an estimated £1.227 billion per month to answer, according to new research.

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12/10/2018  |  Full story...

ASOS expands into voice shopping with Google Assistant ‘fashionbot’

ASOS has teamed up with Google to let customers shop across popular categories using just their voice and the fashion retailers own bot guide 'Enki'.

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12/10/2018  |  Full story...

Google Pixel 3 event: The 5 big product launches

This week, Google unveiled its newest roster of devices, including an updated Pixel phone, a high-end tablet and an IoT hub. We look at 5 of the biggest announcements.

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11/10/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook expands into hardware with ‘Portal’ video chat screens

Facebook is launching two video call devices that use is Messenger platform and Alexa’s smart assistant, but the AI zooming feature is sparking privacy concerns.

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08/10/2018  |  Full story...

Would you give your delivery driver you house keys? Waitrose trials in-home delivery

Waitrose has unveiled trial plans to allow for in-home delivery, letting delivery drivers to stock people’s fridges and food cupboards while they’re out.

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08/10/2018  |  Full story...

UK has second largest smart home market in Europe

The UK smart home market was worth £900m in 2017, making it the second largest market in Europe, according to new research.

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05/10/2018  |  Full story...

Most sports and fitness wear brands 'have used social media influencers'

Three fifths of sports and fitness clothing brands have used social media influencers to help promote their products, it has been revealed, and as many as 49% of these noticed a boost in sales following this.

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04/10/2018  |  Full story...

New tech, new dangers? Drivers concerned about car-hacking

While motoring technology is evolving and cars are now fitted with the most advanced gadgets and systems, it’s possible that motorists are exposing themselves to a new threat – hackers.

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04/10/2018  |  Full story...

Industry’s most important digital trends: chatbots, mobile payments and voice assistants

Chatbots are still at the top spot as the digital trend considered most important for organisations to embrace in the coming months, according to a new survey.

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04/10/2018  |  Full story...

Content discovery ‘key to achieving customer satisfaction’

Just 7% of global consumers rely primarily on content recommendations by their TV, but this market is set to boom. IHS Markit analyst Maria Rua Aguete offers an insight into TV content discovery trends.

26/09/2018  |  Full story...

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