Excerpy from April 4th, 2019 CNN article full text Netflix Users Still Opt for US Mail Still 2.7 Million subscribers that get Netflix in the US Mail. $212 Million profit last year for Netflix. Couple of reasons: Broadband Access – Netflix consumes 15% of bandwidth in the US according to a 2018 industry report. 24 million users fall… Read More »
Apple has Siri. Amazon has Alexa. This summer Tom Murn will have Vicki, a vending machine endowed with artificial intelligence that will be popping up in college cafeterias, drugstores, hospital waiting rooms and offices around town, and could change the way New Yorkers shop. Shaped like an iPhone but as big as a refrigerator, the device will neither… Read More »
Companies like UPS and Amazon are looking to ensure more convenient and potentially easier shipping by designating specific pick-up locations for your packages.
The lockers live in more than 30 7-Elevens throughout the city. For Regional Manager Lazaro Rodriguez, having the units is a matter of convenience for guests.
“Guests can come in at lunch time, they can come here after work, they can come here 24 hours a day and pick up a package,” Rodriguez said.
Amazon Lockers can also be found in some grocery stores and pharmacies throughout New York City.
Good article on Kiplinger on six considerations for using cash. Excerpt — From PayPal to Bitcoin to Samsung Pay (the newest contender among mobile wallets), advances in payment technology make pocket change look as if it’s headed for the history books. But according to a 2012 study from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 40% of an… Read More »
Disney gets personal with MyMagic+ ORLANDO — Turnstiles, who needs ’em? In fact, at the Magic Kingdom’s entrance, they no longer exist. And soon, you won’t even need a paper ticket to enter the Happiest Place Source: www.usatoday.com From Earnings Call Feb 3– Is there any – on MyMagic+, is there if anyway you can give us some… Read More »
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Arizona State University students are used to grabbing potato chips or pop from vending machines – but prescription drugs will be something new. In a few weeks, students on the Tempe campus will be able to purchase certain medications from a machine made by the company InstyMeds. Officials call this is the first machine of its kind in… Read More »