Are We Ready For Amazon Go?

Amazon just launched a futuristic store called Amazon Go. You walk in, tap your phone on a turnstile, grab what you need, confirm the purchase and leave. No checkout, no lines. As consumers are we even ready for this? Shorr Packaging surveyed 1,000 American’s for their take on how Amazon Go will impact their shopping habits and purchasing decisions, and what it means for the brick and mortar retail industry.

14 Steps To Building A Lightning-Fast Web Experience

Website performance plays an integral role when it comes to user experience, conversions, traffic and customer retention. Not only can a poorly-performing site can turn your loyal visitors into worst enemies, but also damage the reputation of your business. The following infographic outlines a 14-step process to building a lightning-fast website experience.

The Big 2017 Content Marketing Spend

The future is bright – and filled with content! In light of this, it’s critical for companies of all shapes and sizes to develop functional, actionable, and flexible content marketing budgets that help them plan for the inevitable future of content, and how it will...

The Many Wild Ways of Renewable Power

Over 111.9 million people watched Super Bowl 50 last year. That’s a lot of televisions being powered during the big game and an even larger amount of electricity used in a single day. To help raise awareness about energy consumption habits, KDM Engineering created an infographic to explore the different ways a 60-inch TV could be powered for the duration of the super bowl using renewable energy.

Beginner Drone Buying Guide 2017

There is no doubt that the consumer drones market has grown substantially in the past year, and so has the quality of the drones improved. Most people would like to experiment with flying these devices but most of the times they are confused on what to choose. So, what are the main points you should look for when buying a drone?

The Old Farmer’s Almanac vs. The Farmer’s Almanac

The Old Farmer’s Almanac and The Farmers’ Almanac have been predicting the weather since the time of George Washington. The almanac’s forecast weather as far as 18 months ahead. How accurate are these predictions? That depends who you ask. Meteorologists are skeptical of the almanacs’ weather forecasting methods, while others swear by them.

Average Gas Prices in the U.S. Through History

Gas prices have shocked Americans at the pump for the last ten years or more. Really, since the early to mid 1970’s, gas prices have been rising and spiking quite frequently. It’s only in recent years that prices have settled and fallen. Prices at the pump in 2015 felt very similar to those in 1929 when you compare them both in 2015 dollars.

10 Facts You Didn’t Know About Tesla Motors & Elon Musk

Elon Musk is a South African-born Canadian-American business magnate, investor, engineer and inventor. Basically he’s a real-life Iron-Man (without the suit… as far as we know). Musk is most well known for his work with Tesla Motors, the American automaker and energy storage company, originally founded by Martin Eberhard & Marc Taroenning.

The Road Ahead: Yesterday’s Concept Cars

For nearly 100 years, auto makers around the world have been creating exciting concept cars for what their vision is of the future of the passenger car. Unfortunately, we never really lived up to those expectations. Even some of the ground-breaking features seen in concept cars in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, still haven’t been seen in a commercially released vehicle to date.