Technology

Why Shoppers Aren’t Filling Up Their Online Grocery Carts Yet

Many consumers just aren't interested in grocery e-commerce. What they're looking for instead

The Problem With Decentralized Commerce

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Next Big Thing 2016: It's hard to keep product information accurate and up to date when you're selling across so many channels. Hubba has a solution

How to Stay Ahead of the Market

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Next Big Thing 2016: "There's always a new channel to monetize," says Payfirma's Michael Gokturk

The Next Frontier for Technology Startups

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Next Big Thing 2016: For too long, software has dominated Silicon Valley. But industrial- and infrastructure-focused ventures are on the rise

What 3D Printing is Really Good For

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Next Big Thing 2016: The technology won't replace factories any time soon, but it could still transform enterprise manufacturing. Here's how

Why You’re Probably Not Spending Enough on Cyber Security

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Canadian companies spend just 5% of their IT budgets on preventing online attacks per a new survey

The New Way for Companies to Communicate

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Slack built a billion-dollar business by replacing email. Now, there are specialized tools for everyone from baristas to contractors

8 Technology Trends That Will Dominate 2016

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These developments, strategies and models will create huge business opportunities. Are you ready to cash in?

Where Virtual Reality is Finding Fans

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Realtors and developers are starting to use immersive walkthroughs and mockups of properties to attract foreign buyers

The Top 10 Tech Buzzwords of 2015

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Someday soon, we’ll all be using gesture recognition technology to control our autonomous cars, wearables and drones. Until then, these terms are ones you’ll need to know

Where Robots Are Starting to Get Jobs

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What We Learned in 2015: Thanks to rapid advances in technology, automation is coming to the white-collar office

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