In the new digital age, innovations in technology are changing how we live and work. Here’s five companies who use this to their advantage!
1. Netflix Streaming
Netflix is always looking for new ways to improve their service. Recently, they have been experimenting with a “skip intro” button that lets you bypass the opening credits of your favorite TV show episodes like Friends or The Office.
Netflix has recently introduced an experimental feature called “Skip Intro” which allows users to skip through the opening sequence and start watching content from where it actually starts at approximately 2 minutes in instead of starting all over again – kind-of like fast forwarding on Tivo but without having to press any buttons!
One of the major US-based tech companies, PayPal has announced that they will use a new technology to provide an enhanced experience for their customers.
PayPal is one of the most well known and popular payment methods in America, but now it wants to be more than just another way you can pay your bills or buy things online. Recently this company revealed its newest service which allows users with iOS devices (e.g., iPhones) instantly transfer money between friends via text messages without having any type of account set up beforehand; all transactions are done through Apple Wallet on iPhone 6s Plus models running at least OS 10 version 11 beta 3 software update as long as both parties have Siri enabled within Messages Settings menu.
3. National Geographic
National Geographic is taking the leap into a new era of technology for their organization. The use of augmented reality and 360 degree video will allow Nat Geo to reach out in an innovative way, reaching more people than ever before with captivating content that cannot be found anywhere else.
National Geographic has always been at the forefront when it comes to innovation, from its roots as a mapmaker in 1888 all the way up through today’s high-tech world: they are now using cutting edge AR tech so you can explore ancient ruins right on your phone or see what life was like during colonial times while standing where George Washington once stood! Their commitment never wavers – stay tuned for more exciting announcements coming soon!
The popular coffee company, Starbucks, is now implementing new tech to save on costs and time.
The award-winning coffee chain has just announced a partnership with Square Inc., the world’s leader in software for small businesses that allows merchants of any size to accept credit cards securely online or at their point of sale. The program will be launched this October so people can use their phone as an app payment device when they visit one of 10 million merchant locations around the globe where Visa contactless payments are accepted – including Paris!
It’s been a long time coming but progressive insurance is finally welcoming the future of technology. The company announced that it will be using 3D printing to manufacture parts and make on-site repairs in their 50 shops across America. This new method means they can cut down costs by 45% and offer more competitive rates for customers, which could mean saving them $1000 per year!
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New tech is the key to success in an evolving market. Companies that don’t use it can quickly become obsolete, as seen by these five examples.