While artificial intelligence has the potential to enhance the smartphone’s role as a marketing platform through highly relevant one-to-one services, it could also eliminate the need for a phone to enable engagements as the technology evolves.
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Britain’s Bentley Motors is the latest automaker to enable Apple Watch connectivity, but how important are smartwatches to the industry?
Apple’s disappointing second-quarter saw unit sales of iPhones decrease by 16 percent and total revenue fall by 13 percent, suggesting that the company should streamline its focus on its more lucrative services sector, which includes a still-expanding Apple Pay.
Danish audio and visual brand Bang & Olufsen’s CEO Tue Mantoni is stepping down from his position.
For the first time, online sales on the iPhone – which have been growing steadily – caught up with purchases completed on the iPad during the first quarter of 2016, according to new data from Bizrate Insights.
VERSAILLES, France – What distinguishes luxury from mass-market brands is experience, and technology will keep brands connected to the edge, said panelists at The International New York Times Luxury Conference on April 6.
NEW YORK – Heritage and innovation seemingly battle against one another in the 21st century, but there is a symbolic relationship shared by the two forces worth exploring for luxury brands.
Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer is crafting a legend with the help of the New York Times’ virtual reality mobile application.
From the beginning of the wearable conversation, horology experts surmised that the most logical approach would be a combination of analog function alongside technological touchpoints.
Consumers who own smart home devices have quickly embraced voice recognition technology to enhance mobile applications designed to control these devices, driving further interest in the segment, according to new research from The NPD Group Connected Intelligence.