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“Even as shoppers flock to the the Internet to get the skinny on everything they want to buy, many wealthy patrons still prefer the traditional method. They want to go to shops, peruse the racks, and have a salesperson help them pick out the perfect item, according to a new survey.”

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“Showrooming—the practice of shoppers using retail stores to discover products they’d like to buy, then completing their purchases online where they can find better deals—is often cited as a concern of physical retailers. With an enticing mix of low prices, breadth of selection, and convenience, shoppers are drawn to online retailers in ways that their brick and mortar counterparts struggle to compete with.”

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““While Amazon still clearly rules the digital shopping roost, other retailers are finally getting their digital businesses in order such that shoppers don’t always have to think Amazon first,” writes Wendy Liebmann, CEO of WSL Strategic Retail in her report, “Trends From the Edge.””

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“UK shoppers hold deals in the palm of their hands, quite literally, this Christmas, with more than half using mobile devices to do price comparison on gifts while in store.”

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“If you haven’t heard of Rakuten, think of it as the Amazon or Alibaba of Japan. Founded in 1997, the e-commerce company brought in 518 billion yen in revenue last year — that’s around $4.9 billion.”

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“A new app is aiming to become the first online and mobile service that aggregates all the fashion and beauty promotions online and on the high street, with the aim of driving digital shoppers into shops.”

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“STORY and Intel create a shopping experience dedicated to the convergence of fashion and tech.”

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“E-commerce companies are always on the hunt for new ways to convince customers to seal the deal. One New York startup may have the answer: A single shopping cart for the entire internet.”

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  1. How the Fashion Industry is Giving Tech a Hand
    For the fashion-conscious, wearable gadgets are currently not wearable. But at CES 2014, fashion moguls and global tech authorities are finally chatting about how to fix that problem.
  2. Are Fashion Designers Finally Getting Serious About Wearable Devices?
    The wearable device market  is one of the fastest-growing categories in consumer electronics, estimated to be worth somewhere between $30 billion and $50 billion in the next two to four years, according to an aggressive forecast.
  3. Virtual Reality Ready to Remake Shopping in Stores
    Give it a few more years, industry experts say, and the once ho-hum trip to the average store will be radically different.
  4. Nomi Continues Build-Out of In-Store Tracking Tools
    Of the current class of hot “omni-channel” startups, Nomi has managed to gather a lot of venture funding and press attention.

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  1. Not Just Razor Anymore: Dollar Shave Cub Introduces Wet Wipes for Your Other Sensitive Areas
    The razor startup that became popular due to its quirky video, is now adding wet wipes to their subscription options.
  2. BitFash is the Fashion E-store for Shoppers with Bitcoins in their Pockets
    Although the brands carried by this new e-commerce site are affordable, the currency used is bitcoins, something very few people have.
  3. High Tech Meets High Fashion at FashionWare CE
    The event hosted by the Digital Times will be taking place at the end of June and it will showcase emerging markets, best trends and fashion designers.
  4. How Styleprofile and Other Mobile Blinders Could Displace Asia’s Fashion Magazines
    Mobile blinders happen when magazines get ignored by customers because their attention is focused on their phones, due to this the magazine business has declined.