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nd to help customers place and pick up online orders in store. Furthermore, cash wraps will be placed throughout the space, enabling a quicker and more accessible che . ncluding separate controls for light and music, as well as a phone charging dock.  Select fitting rooms comprise of two individual capsules within a larger, private suite, allowing for sharing new looks with a friend or family member, while also enjoying . fitting room . amenities . out includes accommodating features such as innovative fitting rooms, and omni-channel capabilities. . w location within the mall, and with a significantly smaller store footprint.  . cilitates brand engagement and encourages product trial. . nd is one of seven new concept stores that will be opening by the end of 2017 . e . A&F store concept at Tysons Corner Center Saturday, August 5th. . Aug. 04, 201 . Abercrombie & Fitch Continues Roll Out of Its New S

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uth Korea and Southeast Asia as well. By August 2019, GU aims to triple its overseas outlets to 50. . September . GU also intends to step up store openings in China and Taiwan, with plans to ent . 5-6% to at least 30%.  . 360 stores in Japan and 14 overs . e 2,700-sq.-meter . tems placed in carts or taken into fitting rooms will all be tracked digitally, allowing the company to analyze customer preferences. . igital experience will extend beyond the shopping carts. Stand in front of a mirror with a GU garment, and you will see not just your image but also style suggestions and customer comments.  . If an item is out of stock, the tablet will direct shoppers to GU's e-store. Online orders will ship for free and be delivered the next day, at least in the area around Tokyo. . n item, and the tablet will present a range of outfit options, along with the availability of different sizes and colors. Shoppers will also be able to read comments from other customers, as they would online. . arts equipped with tablets . Yokohama, Japan,

Uniqlo sister GU gives in-store experience digital flair- Nikkei Asian Review



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What definitions of courage emerge from these profiles? How would you define courage? Do you agree or disagree with the extended definition of courage presented in the book's final chapter? Why? To what degree is Kennedy's conception of courage relevant t

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While Kennedy wrote exclusively about men, there have been many courageous women in American history. Discuss specific instances of courageous behavior on the part of American women, from Anne Hutchinson and Sojourner Smith through Susan B. Anthony, Elean . "The true democracy, living and growing and inspiring, puts its faith in the people-faith that the people will not simply elect men [and women] who will represent their views ably and faithfully, but also elect [those] who will exercise their conscientiou . In his final chapter, Kennedy enumerated the kinds of courage shown by the men he profiled and the different ways in which they demonstrated courage. What were some of those kinds of courage and some of the ways in which these Senators and others exhibite . Of George Norris's opposition to the Armed Ship Bill in 1917, Kennedy wrote, "It is not now important whether Norris was right or wrong. What is now important is the courage he displayed in support of his convictions." (p. 178) And of Robert Taft's condem . , beliefs, and value . filed by Kennedy? What did t . emonstrate courage? . Kennedy wrote that the political profession's loss of prestige at the turn of the century "was due in part to the public reaction to the new type of legislator who too often, in 1900, included the swollen corporation lawyer and the squalid political boss. . Compare the methods and tactics of party politics today with those during the times covered in Kennedy's profiles? To what extent have mudslinging, negative "advertising," personal attack, truth twisting, and other deplorable practices characterized parti . Thomas Hart Benton's "overbearing and merciless roughness, personal vindictiveness and uncompromising enmity," wrote JFK, drove away many whose support he might otherwise have won by conciliation." (p. 84) To what extent was Benton's conduct in defense of . Kennedy quotes Daniel Webster as stating that "there is one sort of inconsistency that is culpable: it is the inconsistency between a man's conviction and his vote, between his conscience and his conduct." (p. 64) How does that statement apply to Webster' . To what extent might John Quincy Adams's decisions and actions have reflected an inflexible moral and intellectual righteousness rather than unalloyed courage? What might be the proper role or application, within the political context of our federal democ . Referring to the political climate of 1955, JFK wrote, "Today the challenge of political courage looms larger than ever before." (p. 17) In what ways might that same statement be made regarding politics in the United States today? What factors today inten . Many of the acts of courage that JFK narrated involved refusal to compromise. Others, however, depended upon an ability to compromise. What is the role of compromise in today's political process, whether in the United States Senate or your town's governi . What definitions of courage emerge from these profiles? How would you define courage? Do you agree or disagree with the extended definition of courage presented in the book's final chapter? Why? To what degree is Kennedy's conception of courage relevant t . new introducti

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Searching at depths up to 30 feet, his four-hour excursion netted an Apple watch, coins, five pairs of sunglasses and ... a men's wedding band . Recently he was contacted by a woman to search for her husband's wedding band lost in the Black River at Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park. . His finds also have included coins, a lead toy gun, a boot revolver from the mid-1800s, Civil War items, chains, pendants, earrings, tokens and you name it. . He registered online with Ringfinders last December and now is contacted by distraught people who have seen valuables disappear below the surface. . Cold water causes fingers to shrink, making rings a common sunken treasure. He estimates he's found about 100 gold rings over the years, and he's found even more silver rings. . he spent two months at sea on a nuclear submarine -- who said he's always been attracted to water. He also had an interest in searching for valuable meta . Miederhoff is a former Navy seaman . One of the clippings details an Oklahoma man reunited with a class ring he lost while swimming 19 years earlier. The man told the newspaper he lost it while swimming on July 4, 1977 . He estimates he's returned about "13 or 14" high school class rings, one of the easier items to track since yearbooks provide a virtual phone-book-like source of possible owners. . retired Kelso, Missouri, resident has made a hobby out of retrieving others' lost valuables, reuniting rings and fingers, often to the surprise of grateful owners, many who had also long ago lost hope. . Paul Miederhoff . Sifting for sunken treasure

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Furthermore, Cook said that customers have donated $1 million via iTunes to the Red Cross in support of Harvey relief efforts, while Apple itself has donated $2 million: . Cook said that “the storm’s impact is felt by all of us” as Texas is home to some 8,700 Apple employees and outlined Apple’s efforts to help… . Tim Cook pens employee email in wake of Hurricane Harvey, says Apple has donated $2M to relief efforts

Tim Cook pens employee email in wake of Hurricane Harvey, says Apple has donated $2M to relief efforts | 9to5Mac


The Ionic also comes with apps from Starbucks (SBUX) and AccuWeather and music streaming from Pandora. Other developers can start building apps for the Ionic starting in September. . The Ionic, like the Apple Watch, requires a sync from a smartphone, but Fitbit plans to launch a version next year that won't. And the pay feature already means you can leave your wallet at home. . "The space theme influences the color palate," said Becker, referencing the orange, blue and steel color options. "Think about 'The Martian' ... think about Elon Musk colonizing Mars ... and the icy landscape of 'Interstellar.'" . You can work toward goals -- such as running a mile faster -- listen to audio coaching and store up to 300 songs on the device. The Ionic also features a payments system called Fitbit Pay that allows you to tap the device at checkout to pay. . There's a sensor that measures oxygen in the blood and personalized workouts that adapt to your feedback. . The Ionic has everything you'd expect from a fitness device: sleep and activity tracking, a heart rate monitor, GPS integration, smart notifications and long battery life -- one of its biggest selling points. It'll last up to four days, compared with 18 h . The "space-themed" smartwatch ($299.95) is $30 more than the starting price for the Apple Watch, its biggest competitor. . Fitbit gave Apple a two-and-a-half-year head start on smartwatches. Now it's finally trying to catch up. . Fitbit tries to catch up to the Apple Watch

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Fitbit tries to catch up to the Apple Watch - Aug. 28, 2017


The wearable is available in three models, a black/stainless and white/stainless, each at $299.99, and a black/slate at $329.99. . We’re solving that dilemma with Garmin Pay, an exciting feature on the new vívoactive 3. Use it pretty much wherever contactless payments are accepted, and give yourself one less thing to remember when you’re leaving the house.” . Garmin said that the feature was aimed at those who wanted to go on a run or ride without having to carry a wallet. . Like Apple Pay, Garmin Pay supports both Visa and Mastercard debit and credit cards from major banks, and it offers the same approach to security as the Apple Watch. It uses token-based payments, and entering a passcode activates the payment functionality . Garmin’s latest fitness-focused smartwatch appears to be targeted directly at the Apple Watch market, with a $300 price tag and the inclusion of a contactless payment facility, Garmin Pay. . Garmin’s latest fitness watch goes head-to-head with Apple Watch as it launches Garmin Pay

Garmin’s latest fitness watch goes head-to-head with Apple Watch as it launches Garmin Pay | 9to5Mac


On a conference call in early August, Apple CEO Tim Cook did reveal that Apple Watch sales were up 50 percent in the June quarter. . DC estimates Apple Watch shipments totaled 3.4 million units in the quarter, well ahead of runner-up Samsung's estimated 800,000 smartwatches shipped. Garmin trailed in third place with an estimated 600,000 shipments. . research firm IDC. . according to . Apple Watch was the world's most popular smartwatch by a significant margin last quarter, with an estimated 49.6 percent market share in the April-June period,

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So you could have a pad by your bed which you throw your iPhone and Watch on at night before sleep and have them both charge overnight. Since this is a long overnight charge the low output won’t really matter anyway. If you want a faster charge just plu . So why be limited to 7.5W? The current Apple Watch tops out at 7.5W, suggesting that Apple may want the iPhone 8 to be on the same charging format. That could be to allow for multiple device charging pads. . However, these charging abilities may be limited to 7.5W as opposed to the maximum of 15W that the Q1 wireless charging standard allows. . According to sources of Japan’s Macotakara the next iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will all have wireless charging built-in, just like Apple Watch.  . Apple iPhone 8 and new Apple Watch 3 could wirelessly charge simultaneously

Apple iPhone 8 and new Apple Watch 3 could wirelessly charge simultaneously | T3


In other words, the fabric senses user touch and, in some configurations, force.
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