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  What was the last thing you bought online? Why didn’t you go to a store to buy it? Was it for the vast number of items you could scroll through before making a choice or the recommendations that the website or app pulled up for you, remembering your choices and interests from a previous visit, or the ease with which you paid for it with a card whose details were already stored with the website?   The online shopping experience is leaps and bounds ahead of the traditional expe ...
While the definition of the Internet of Things may change depending on who you ask, there is little doubt that this hardware, software and internet phenomenon has crept into all our lives – both professional and personal – and is here to stay.  Data - the storage of it and the automation of what we ask it to do for us - will likely be the single greatest influence on technological development in the coming years.  But far from fearing it, its ability to reduce the risk of h ...
  With concerns rising amongst citizens, the USDA issued the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard (NBFDS) last month intended for manufacturers, importers, retailers and other entities in retail space for the disclosure of bioengineered food and ingredients on product labels. The move was made with a view to bring in more transparency and provide consumers with standardized formats to disclose information pertaining to bioengineered food products.   Earlier referred to as ...

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