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  • iBeacon's retail revolution begins
  • iBeacon's retail revolution begins
    Johan Larsson ©
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iBeacon's retail revolution begins

iBeacon has been described as capable of revolutionising the way we interact with our environment - and now it seems that change is happening. Retailers Lord & Taylor and Hudson’s Bay are introducing the technology to give their customers a more unique shopping experience.

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