This week, Intel makes its first foray into wearables, while retailers are set to spend over $7.3 billion on AI by 2022.
The once-hyped wearable tech market has struggled to find its footing. What worked, what didn’t and what’s next?
This week, Intel eliminates its wearables group to focus on VR, and how bots are defeating real customers in the resale industry.
This week, Instagram implemented ads into their stories feature, and Intel invests heavily into the future of retail.
From self-driving cars to artificial intelligence, CES 2017 offered not only a vision of the future, but solutions to many of the challenges facing the fashion business.
This season, designers at New York Fashion Week will offer fans the opportunity to view live runway shows in VR, adding a new layer to the consumer experience.
Designers must integrate software, sensors, processors and new synthetic and biological materials into their toolkit, argues Todd Harple.
LVMH's Tag Heuer has become the first Swiss watchmaker to offer a "smartwatch" to customers, as it seeks to tap a growing market for wearable devices amid flagging sales of traditional watches.
Bits and Bytes is a weekly roundup of the most important news in the fast evolving fashion-tech space.
From 13th-century eyeglasses to modern-day yoga pants, fashion and technology have always been inextricably linked. But to tap the promise of wearable tech, we need to foster a new ecosystem of players, argues Ayse Ildeniz of Intel’s New Devices Group.
Bits & Bytes is a weekly roundup of the most important news in the fast evolving fashion-tech space.