The modern smartphone has made at least half of those terms extinct.
Are they really threats, or just being used in an innovative way the developers didn’t conceive?
As more and more areas gain internet access and with an exponential growth of IoT (Internet of Things) devices this is not a far fetched reality.
Read more as INC.com Contributing writer John Brandon explains why he is, “predicting that, by 2025, voicebots will become so prevalent, so powerful, and so useful in all areas of business and our personal lives that we won’t need smartphones anymore.”
Toys ‘R’ Us joins a list of one time industry leaders who tried to hold on to their bricks and mortar dominance which is no longer relevant.
‘…like many other big-box chains, including Borders, Circuit City and Sports Authority, Toys ‘R’ Us struggled with the rise of discounters like Wal-Mart Stores and Target , and more recently,Amazon.com It was late to develop and expand its e-commerce business and placed big bets on licensed toys for “Star Wars” and Lego movies that missed expectations.’