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A company has brought forth the idea of an internet-ready t-shirt, complete with an LCD display, microphone and camera, but explains that it will only happen if there is enough demand.
According to CNet, Macy's is set to show off what happens when shopping for clothes meets the world of technology. Dubbed the Magic Fitting Room, the 72-inch mirror display will allow a person to try...
It has been said that a person's clothes show the world who they are. Microsoft is looking to cater to the "hip but geeky" crowd with their new line of clothing, in partnership with...
Forrester Research Incorporated has released a report entitled "The State of Retailing Online 2007", which is the tenth edition in cooperation with the National Retail Federation's Shop.org network of 600 online retailers. Excluding travel, Forrester...