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A family of materials with a capability to alter a couple of its original properties by the application of any external stimuli, such as anxiety, temperature, moisture, pH, electric and magnetic fields are referred to as smart materials. Smart materials are lifeless materials that assimilate distinct functions such as sensing,…
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The Mobile Electronics Retailers Association (MERA), representing more than 1,000 specialist locations nationwide, announced it has acquired In Car Experts (ICE), a Swedesboro, N.J.-based firm that specializes in providing marketing infrastructure and strategic product acquisition services to well-established retail businesses in the in-vehicle technology sector. The acquisition will serve to…
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  Al & Ed’s Autosound, the original mobile electronics retailer, has contracted with Del Ellis to do a presentation to their group of franchise owners and employees. While Al & Ed’s does regularly scheduled trainings for their store group, this is one of the few times that they have brought…
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Cars are finally talking to drivers—piping up with directions and making every person in a new vehicle feel at least a little bit like David Hasselhoff in the 1980s. Now lawmakers are starting to explore the privacy and tax implications of smart cars. In short, your car may talk to…
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For months, Women's fashion retailer Sway struggled to lure customers to its newly launched website by blasting them with sporadic emails. "It was pretty sad," said Cheyanne Sequoyia-Mackay, Sway's marketing manager. "Only about 20% of our customers were opening the emails." That all changed when Sway turned to Retention Science's predictive analytics…
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