On Tuesday (Aug. 4), MediaPost/Marketing Daily's Sarah Mahoney wrote about Nike's redesigned Seattle store (pictured above).
Mashable reported yesterday (Feb. 17) on "SNKRS," Nike's new mobile app directed at sneaker fanatics. "The app puts Nike's vast selection of shoes in the palm of your hand, mixing obsessive sneaker curation with ecommerce," wrote Mashable's Adario Strange.
Today, Mashable published a full review of Samsung's new Gear Fit smartwatch and called it the best fitness wearable yet.
Today, Google unveiled an official marketing campaign for its new smartwatch SDK (which we blogged about last week), called Android Wear. The concept is demonstrated in the video below.
Two weeks ago, while we were at NRF 2014 in New York City, we partnered with global retail consultancy Envirosell and its founder Paco Underhill (author of "Why We Buy") to host a number of NYC Store Tours.
This was my first time leaving the office for business and experiencing the business world as an iQer. Most of my time is spent behind a desk curating content for XQ. So needless to say, it was quite the experience when I first stepped into the 2013 Digital Signage Expo (DSE) last week.
Brooks Barnes of the New York Times yesterday wrote of a Disney World without turnstiles, cash transactions or, in some cases, standing in line.
Mashable reported last week (March 9) that Nike is opening a new pop-up store in the U.K. to promote its "Nike+ Fuelband" running bracelets.