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10 Big Tech Ideas For Retailers

Mobile and social lead the list of hot tech trends for retailers, but they had company at the National Retail Federation's Big Show 2012. Here's a basket full of ideas to check out.
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1/22/2012 | 11:31:55 PM
re: 10 Big Tech Ideas For Retailers
http://prezi.com/lnkmadbxrhhg/...

http://www.kickstarter.com/pro...

This is my idea for a retailing product. A video chat home phone. Sure we got skype now but can your grandpa use it?
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