3.9k Share this

Augmented reality could completely change how you shop, but don’t expect it to dramatically change where you do it.

For a second there, it looked like bricks-and-mortar shopping would become a permanent casualty of the pandemic. E-commerce business boomed. Platforms like Shopify empowered physical stores to move online and consumers to purchase goods in just a few clicks. But it might be that nothing quite compares to being able to touch, smell and try before you buy. Technology will inevitably fill some of the gaps, but much of its utility could actually be in physical stores.

Source: WSJ

3.9k Share this
You May Also Like

WeWork founder reinvents himself with $70M crypto carbon credit platform

Three years after being ousted as CEO of WeWork, Adam Neumann has…

Today’s ‘Wordle’ Word Of The Day #339 Answer And Hint: Monday, May 24th

Here’s today’s Wordle answer plus a helpful hint.

Tether launches stablecoin pegged to pesos on Ethereum, Tron and Polygon

Amid market issues surrounding stablecoins, Tether (USDT) launched a new digital asset…

ADDX bags $58M to reduce min. private investment by 10x via smart contracts

ADDX, a blockchain and smart contract-based digital securities platform from Singapore raised…

Ohio Teachers Pension Touts Past Transparency Awards, Fails To Disclose Special Investigation By State Auditor

The State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio boasts of past transparency awards…

JPMorgan places BTC fair price at $38K, declares crypto a preferred alternative asset

JPMorgan has placed Bitcoin’s (BTC) fair price at $38,000, which is 28%…

Nvidia Posts Record Sales, Warns of Russia, China Hit

Graphics-chip maker Nvidia gave a muted sales outlook, citing supply-chain disruptions in…

Broadcom in Talks to Pay About $60 Billion for VMware

Broadcom is in talks to pay around $60 billion for VMware people…