Amazon Prime Day has more competition than ever

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Other big retailers are giving Amazon a run for its money. Amazon Prime Day launched on July 15, 2015 to celebrate the eCommerce giant’s 20th birthday. What began as a 24 hour sales event in nine countries has expanded over the years into an annual 48 hour event across 18 countries. However, Target, Macy’s and eBay are offering big sales of their own to compete with Amazon’s Christmas-like-deals-in-July sales event. Competition soars among retailers wanting to cash in on the back-to-school shopping season. Amazon Prime Days, which launched today (July…

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More Californian cities to jump on the facial recognition tech ban train

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Oakland and Berkeley could be the next cities in the state to ban facial recognition. Last month, QR Code Press reported that San Francisco became the first major US city to pass a facial recognition tech ban. Now, other Californian cities – Oakland and Berkley – are also considering bans on the use of this technology. If approved by the cities’ public safety committees, the ban would be brought before each city’s council on July 9. Both Oakland and Berkley intend to take up the facial recognition tech ban issues…

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Top restaurant in Chicago to embrace WeChat Pay

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Steak 48 will be adding mobile wallet payments to its payment options. To accommodate the number of Chinese tourists visiting its restaurant, Steak 48, one of Chicago’s top restaurant brands, plans to accept WeChat Pay starting July 1st. All Prime Steak Concepts brands will support the payment platform. WeChat Pay is one of the largest mobile messaging and payment platforms in the Chinese sector and the world. With millions of tourists and business travelers coming from China to shop at stores and enjoy a meal at restaurants in North America,…

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QR code study examines the effectiveness of these barcodes on food packaging

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Recent research reveals that consumers are not likely to scan QR codes with their phones. A team of American researchers conducted a QR code study related to quick response (QR) codes on food packaging and whether or not consumers use them. The researchers learned that only 1% of the study participants used their phones to scan the QR code on a food label to learn more information about it. QR codes are one of the methods used to provide consumers with more info on bioengineered food products. Back in 2016,…

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4 Tips to finding a reputable web design company in Philly

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Building a website for your business is crucial nowadays. It serves as a portfolio of the services that you offer, the skills you possess, your products, a list of clients you work with, and other vital information about your business. If you have a good website, you increase your chances of getting clients and marketing your business. However, specific issues erupt when people are in the process of creating a new business. Some of them may not have in house staff that can do that for them. Therefore, finding a…

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