The comedy series Portlandia, starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, debuted last season on IFC and its satire of West Coast yuppie and hipster tendencies is spot on (albeit a little weird at times).
Microsoft released a new conceptual video (embedded below) showing its ideas on how people will use future technology in work and in their everyday lives.
In an effort to promote its new "My Starbucks Rewards" program, Starbucks unveiled four interactive storefronts in Toronto and Vancouver last week.
A few days ago (Oct. 2), ZDNet's Enterprise Web 2.0 columnist Dion Hinchcliffe put together an insightful article about the next five years in IT.
Last week (Sept. 29), T-Mobile USA announced a new design rollout for nearly 400 of its stores across the country. The company says the stores' new look is inspired by its parent company Deutsche Telekom AG, which has received positive reviews for its revamped retail locations across Europe.
E.B. Boyd of Fast Company wrote yesterday (Sept. 28) of Wrapp, a new Swedish startup created by Hjalmer Winbladh (the former CTO of Spotify and founder of Rebtel, the world's largest independent VoIP company).
The big news in tech today was Amazon's announcement of the Kindle Fire, a 7-inch tablet with an impressive $199 price tag.
Trendwatching.com has compiled a list of the latest developments in retail around the world, "from Oxford Street to Nanjing Road."
Two days ago (Sept. 11), GetJar CEO Ilja Laurs wrote a column for Gigaom.com, predicting a future where your mobile device would be able to make voice calls SIM-free, independently of a carrier's cellular plan.
I recently came across a video demo from nsquared, a Microsoft partner in Australia that perfectly showcases a multi-channel experience.
In May of this year, Apple celebrated the 10th anniversary of its highly successful Apple stores. How successful?