Traditional retailers like Albertsons, Walmart, and Target are clambering to acquire delivery-focused tech startups in the grocery race against Amazon.
Major tech players including Amazon, PayPal, Shopify, Intuit Quickbooks, and Square are going after data-driven small- and medium-sized business lending to fuel their primary business units and redesign the space.
Amazon and Alibaba are using technology to transform the in-store customer experience. Here's how these long-time e-commerce giants stack up offline.
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Google leads the pack in applying for AI patents, and Microsoft is the most prolific in filing for patents, but the race is on in AR/VR, cybersecurity, autonomous vehicles, and more.
A newly granted patent would allow you to define "gift rules" (for things like product type or price range) for a more customized, personal gift card alternative.
The video would be blurred and voices muffled but the idea is for people to be able to guess whether friends and family are available in order to hop on spontaneous video calls.
New patent could enable Amazon to create tailored, efficiently manufactured garments on demand.
Combined, the 10 largest tech companies have acquired 50 AI companies in the last 5 years, targeting facial recognition startups, chatbots, chip makers, and more.
Amazon has patented a way for drones to provide "in-flight refuel" to vehicles — which might help resolve the charging-infrastructure challenge facing EVs.