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Store tech

Apple indefinitely postpones launch of AR glasses

Apple indefinitely postpones launch of AR glasses

Apple has postponed the launch of its lightweight augmented-reality glasses indefinitely due to technical challenges, but is still planning to unveil its first mixed-reality headset this year, Bloomberg News r...
Vicinity Centres to trial battery storage at two malls
Smart shopping carts, low-code and robots: Welcome to retail tech in 2023
Joya Touch 22, the ultimate self-shopping companion
How Singapore’s first checkout-free store, Pick & Go, continues to evolve

Store tech Archives

VIDEO | The Future of Food: Exploring checkout-free stores

For the first episode, we spoke to industry expert and Swinburne University professor Jason Pallant about the rise of ch...

How Hong Kong gourmet food start-up Le Dessert is tapping into tech to grow

Started by a Frenchman in 2018, Le Dessert has quickly risen to prominence in Hong Kong’s competitive food landscape, th...

What Rewe’s hybrid concept says about the future of checkout-free stores

Rewe is a popular supermarket chain in Germany, and it has debuted its second Pick & Go cashierless grocery store that e...
Inside Retail & Chrome Enterprise

How digital signage and kiosks can help stores match the online experience

Retailers must adopt an omnichannel approach, so that online and offline do not compete with each other but work in a hy...

Why Australian retailers are adopting RFID to boost sales and profits

RFID is the retail sector’s new secret weapon, helping retailers to grow sales, cut labour costs, reduce loss and grow t...

How foot traffic benchmarking helps with successful store network expansion

The secret to a successful brick-and-mortar store can be summed up in three words: location, location, location.

Here’s how retailers can allay customer fears over privacy

With Kepler, retailers can get the data they need to operate stores effectively without compromising on shopper privacy.

How Dyson’s new demo store is plugging into Hong Kong customers

Dyson’s retail footprint and overall presence in Hong Kong has been bolstered by its recent opening of its largest demon...
Inside Retail & Samsung

How digital displays are helping physical retail bounce back

Savvy brands know that retail goes beyond just selling products on a shelf – it’s about engaging and entertaining custom...

Are we in ‘Minority Report’ yet? How to make tech work for your brand

AI, AR and VR spark some fears in our modern world but if they’re used to give consumers what they want, they can make l...

Everything you need to know about retail’s facial recognition fiasco

How is facial recognition being used in retail stores and why is it so controversial? We spoke with consumer behaviour e...

VIDEO | Fast Forward: What will retail look like in 2023?

Introducing a new video series where we speak to industry experts about the future of retail.

Sneaker heads get their digital kicks at Salvatore Ferragamo NYC store

The luxury brand’s New York City shop creates a digital refresh for customisation, consumer engagement and the pursuit o...

H&M Group tests new tech in US Cos stores

The pilot is part of its strategy to tap into the in-store technology-driven retail experience, further deepening relati...

Analysis: Why Harvey Nichols’ new NFT retail space is “a wildly clever idea”

The department store recently announced the opening of the first blue-chip non-fungible token (NFT) retail space at its ...