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Do We Still Need Physical Tech Retail Stores?

These days, everything tends to become digital. Of course, one of the biggest examples being newspaper and books. And services: booking services, billing, even financial services. Our music has gone digital too, in two phases though, migrating from an analog physical support to a digital, then swapping physical support to become cloud-embedded. Movies and series too. And as we already stated in our previous article, shopping and retail also hit the digital road. Everything tends to become digital. What ...
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Google Rumored to Open its Own Retail Stores

A rumor emerged last week claiming that Google will follow the (old) steps of Apple and open its own chain of physical stores in the US and hopefully, across the world. Reports from 9to5Google mention that the search engine giant is looking to venture into seriously opening permanent retail locations before the end of 2013. This rumor was backed-up by the Wall Street Journal on the same day claiming the same thing. This move is totally understandable as Google has been busy releasing its Nexus ...
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Why Traditional Retail Is Dying

After twenty years of big scale presence, where does e-commerce stand? Well, twenty is not a small number. And e-commerce has shown great resilience, the main indicator being that it's still alive and kicking. Not only did it survive the past two decades, but it also evolved. E-commerce is now a +$200 billion industry in the U.S. alone. The main driver of that growth is that people tend to be more busy, and hence appreciate more the delights of goods bought online and delivered to the warmth of ...
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