November 18, 2019      < 1 min read

Whether you need some lunch time reads or something to get you past hump day, we’ve curated five links you’ll enjoy!

The solution for warehouses bursting at the seams

Automated storage, once a luxury, has emerged as an ideal solution for those struggling to cope with strained storage systems. Automated storage cuts storage space by 85% while improving productivity and accuracy. Check out how automated storage can support a growing business’ warehouse.

Can SMEs succeed on Chinese e-commerce platforms?

John McPheters run New York-based Stadium Goods, a marketplace for classic, vintage and rare sneakers. Check out how his business found success and profit by hopping on board China’s e-commerce platforms.

Tech Companies and Questionable Choices

Tech giants like Apple and Google have done lots of suspect things over the years, some with greater ethical implications than others. Check out these 7 questionable-but-true things tech companies have done.

Would you drive a car that knows how you’re feeling?

Could a car that understands feelings make driving safer? Scientists at Ford think so! Researchers aim to integrate biometric sensors in cars, allowing it to understand when a driver is tired or stressed. Cars would be able to combine facial recognition technology with sensors tracking pulse, breathing rate and sweat.

Digital activity tiring UK consumers out

We’re enjoying unprecedented levels of connectivity, transforming our social and working lives. But what is the cost of this connectedness? Read on to find out about digital fatigue in the UK by the numbers.

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