3D Sensors, Big Data Analytics Conclude That Shoppers Buy Cheapest Item On The Rack


In a mind-blowing revelation, one of the biggest retailers in the country today stunned the retail world with a key finding from its research wing – based on a six month in-store study that was conducted across 300 retail locations using bleeding edge 3D sensors that could track every single customer movement in the store, the retailer announced More...

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By junior On Friday, August 16th, 2013

Gartner Conducts BS (BrainStorming) Session To Create The Next Buzzword

With a corporate credit card to order pizzas and drinks, a team of Gartner analysts are holed up in a meeting room for a BS session (BrainStorming session) with one goal: come up with the next buzzword, that can More...

By junior On Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

Tech Executive Fired For Not Using ‘Big Data’ In Three Consecutive Meetings

John Swimmer got the shock of his life when he came to know that he was being fired for not using the term ‘Big Data’ in three consecutive meetings. “I never knew they kept count of these kinds of things” More...

By junior On Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

BigData Analysis Reveals That Coffee And Sugar Are Bought Together

After running their complex mathematical models on terrabytes of data, Big data scientists working on a Research project for the country’s largest retail chain, have published their conclusions. “One More...