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  1. We’ve all heard of Netflix – the media streaming service has around 118 million subscribers, and for Q1 of 2018 they posted a 42% increase in revenue from last year. One of the reasons behind these impressive numbers is that Netflix is a multi-channel success story. That is evidenced by the fact that although 70% of sign ups happen on mobile and desktop computer, 70% of total viewing then happens on TVs. In other words, users of Netflix engage with the platform on a variety of devices, so the transitions between these need to be seamless in order to deliver a truly multi-channel experience.
    https://www.business2community.com/mobile-apps/what-we-can-learn-about-first-time-user-experience-from-the-netflix-app-02052094/
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  2. It’s no secret healthcare has improved with technology. I can schedule an appointment with my doctor, view my medical record, and fill a prescription all from an app on my phone. Robotics has changed the way surgery is completed. Human organs are being printed using 3D printers. However, with all these amazing steps towards healthcare of the future, we are missing one important factor: digital user experience.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/danielnewman/2018/04/20/why-digital-transformation-in-healthcare-needs-to-prioritize-user-experience/#7f495b3e4bb8/
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  3. The display notch of the OnePlus 6 will be hideable, the company’s co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Pete Lau said Wednesday. While responding to a fan question posted on the firm’s official product forums, Mr. Lau revealed the Chinese phone maker initially opted against the ability to hide the cutout of its next Android smartphone but went back on its decision following user feedback. Regardless, “the best way to experience the OnePlus 6 is using the full potential of the display,” the official said.
    https://www.androidheadlines.com/2018/04/oneplus-6-display-notch-to-be-hideable-due-to-user-feedback.html/
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  4. Uber is planning to tweak the historical pick-up and drop-off logs that drivers can see in order to slightly obscure the exact location, rather than planting an exact pin in it (as now). The idea is to provide a modicum more privacy for users while still providing drivers with what look set to be remain highly detailed trip logs.
    https://techcrunch.com/2018/04/24/uber-to-stop-storing-precise-location-pick-ups-drop-offs-in-driver-logs/
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  5. Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Financial, Billing, and Feedback. Some highlights include the Gfycat API for programmatic access to the animated GIF platform, and the Rev.io API for usage-based billing functions. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
    https://www.programmableweb.com/news/daily-api-roundup-mopinion-cboe-ipstack-gfycat-revio-moon-banking/brief/2018/04/22/
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  6. We no longer have to imagine the idea of talking robots and artificial intelligence via sci-fi literature and future-gazing motion pictures. With the power of cognitive-first applications and machine learning, organisations around the world are leveraging cognitive computing across industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, agriculture, marketing and defence to name just a few. By analysing masses of data collected through connected devices, sensors and user journeys, cognitive computing can support smarter solutions by processing the data efficiently.
    https://www.itproportal.com/features/is-your-business-ready-to-go-cognitive-first/
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  7. There are three core segments in e-commerce: marketplace, payments, and logistics. Of the three, payment is the most sensitive segment for the obvious reason that it handles your customer’s money and therefore, by extension, affects your bottom line.

    With that in mind, how do you figure out the types of payments you should accept and how to integrate that into your new online store? What kind of security would you need? And what about compliance with local regulations and standards?
    http://techwireasia.com/2018/04/what-you-need-to-know-about-payments-in-e-commerce/
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  8. The unrelenting evolution of technology shows no signs of abating.

    And nowhere is this more clearly evidenced than in ecommerce.

    Gone are the days when shoppers would meander online to determine if an online order was right for them.

    Today, technology is not only helping customers keep track of their purchases and giving them different options for paying, it's also fundamentally altering the ways in which those consumers interact with online retailers.
    https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/business/business-news/manchester-ecommerce-ukfast-technology-digital-14544507/
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  9. Payment solutions have come a long way from cash and chip-and-pin, and high-profile technology, such as Amazon Go, is making it one of the most watched areas of retail. In this interview, RetailTechNews speaks to Will Broome (pictured below), CEO & founder, Ubamarket, who are bringing this sort of technology to the UK, to understand why change is required when it comes to payments.
    https://www.retailtechnews.com/2018/04/13/the-rapid-pace-of-change-in-payments-qa-with-ubamarket/
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  10. Head of digital and customer marketing talks about the marketing technology transformation she's led and how executive buy-in and cultural change was achieved.
    https://www.cmo.com.au/article/635405/how-village-roadshow-brought-voice-customer-into-heart-business/
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