Artificial intelligence and the internet of things are shaking up travel and tourism. Add 5G networks to the mix, and it’s clear that the industry is facing its biggest revolution since the arrival of the internet.
Where is my internet fridge? I've been asking this question for 20 years now. As promised, I've got my smartphone, streaming media, and unlimited cloud storage. Put me down for a driverless car. But where's my flipping internet fridge? At the dawn of internet time, the connected fridge was as much a part of the… Continue reading Ready to workflow your shopping list? Why the internet fridge is as far away as ever
See this slide? This slide is your favourite content from all those e-commerce, e-platforming conferences of the past couple of years. And the EU says it's dead. This is a big deal. In a ruling, announced this morning, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) said that Uber is a transport company, refuting Uber's argument that… Continue reading Your favourite e-commerce slide? It’s dead
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The record fine of €2.42bn imposed on Google by the EU shouldn’t come as surprise to anyone. With dominance for the digital world reaching a crucial ‘Game of Thrones’ style finale, Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple are playing a high stakes game that is disrupting our received wisdom concerning the web, search, social media and commerce. Put… Continue reading The EU just fined Google $2.77bn. Just don’t expect search and e-commerce to change much any time soon