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The best Mother's Day sales happening now

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Mother's Day is just around the corner, and in honor of that fact, several retailers are now discounting a wide range of tech and accessories. We're seeing some of the lowest prices we've seen on a variety of items, ranging from the latest Kindle Paperwhite to the new Echo Show 15, as well as some of the best fitness trackers, streaming sticks, and noise-canceling wireless earbuds you can buy. That means you can still get a great deal on a present for your mom if you haven't bought one already -- or if you simply want to pick up something nice for yourself. Below, we've collected some of the top deals on tech and gadgets so you can save on a great gift ahead of the holiday. Take a look, and be sure to also peruse our 2022 Mother's Day Gift Guide, which can help you quickly narrow the field so your present will arrive in time. The Echo Show 8 is the midsized smart display in Amazon's current Echo lineup and can be used to display the weather, news, calendars, grocery lists, and more.


How AI is a Boon For Retail Business in India

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The retail business is getting back on track and has been witnessing steady growth after the dismal impact of the third wave. There has been buoyancy in the market with the removal of lockdown restrictions. After a long time of distress and uncertainty, things are getting back to normalcy as businesses have started taking pertinent steps to resume operations and focus on sales, marketing, and inventory management. The realization of digital transformation coupled with the indispensable role of artificial intelligence (AI) has been one of the major outcomes of Covid-19 implications on the retail sector and the vast possibilities and opportunities it can create with such transformations. With the emergence of e-commerce, buyers experienced the first crucial shift that successfully made it possible for them to buy things from anywhere at any time.


Amazon is having a huge sale on Echo devices - including the Amazon Echo Dot 4th Gen now just £28

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Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, MailOnline may earn an affiliate commission. Amazon has launched a massive sale with unmissable discounts on their bestselling Echo devices. Ahead of Amazon Prime Day, rumoured to be taking place July 18 for just 24 hours, shoppers can score a new Echo Dot smart speaker, Echo Show 8, Echo Flex and more and save up to 60 per cent off. Popular offers include the number one bestselling Echo Dot (4th Gen) on sale for £27.99 (was £49.99), and Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) is now 35 per cent off, so you can score the hockey puck-shaped smart speaker for just £25.99 (was £39.99).


Lenovo's Smart Clock Essential with Alexa falls to a new low of $45

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Lenovo launched a new smart clock at CES earlier this year, and it improved upon its previous models by giving it a pogo docking pin at the bottom and support for Amazon's Alexa. If you've been thinking of picking it up but haven't gotten the chance to until now, you may want to head over to the device's listing at Best Buy. Lenovo's Smart Clock Essential with Alexa is currently on sale for $45 on the retailer's website only for today -- there's less than 20 hours left for the deal as of this writing. The Smart Clock Essential with Alexa retains the brand's Smart Clock 2 cloth design. While its predecessors only supported Google Assistant, though, this model only supports the Alexa voice assistant.


Score an Echo Show 8 for the lowest price we've seen

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SAVE $50: The original Echo Show 8 is a great budget-friendly smart home hub, and as of April 15, you can bring one home for just $59.99 -- a 45% savings. If you're already using some of Amazon's smart home devices, a smart home hub will make your life much easier. With the ability to look at your photos, turn other Alexa-enabled smart devices off and on, and stay connected to loved ones, the first generation Echo Show 8 is one of our top picks. As of April 15, the Echo Show 8 is back down to $59.99 -- the lowest price we've seen. This is the same discounted price it sat at during Black Friday and Cyber Monday last year, so you know you're getting the lowest price possible.


Salesforce Commerce Cloud: Top 5 Features You Should Know About

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By 2023, digital sales are projected to reach 22% of all retail sales worldwide. Considering the vast growth and adoption of online mediums for shopping, more and more retailers are using Salesforce Commerce Cloud to run their online stores. Salesforce Commerce Cloud allows you to scale your business to take it to the next level. You get to expand your business' geographical boundaries, growth and present your brand on the global market with Commerce Cloud. And today, we will tell you how to do all this and much more in this article.


Best Presidents Day deals 2022: Save $150 on Blink cameras, $2,250 on ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga, and more sales

ZDNet

Whether you need a new TV, a monitor, a laptop, headphones, or are looking to splurge on something unique, now is the time to snag deals on these items and more during President's Day sales. You can find deals at almost every retailer and brand for the upcoming holiday, but we've picked out some of the best ones in tech for you. We found an 83-inch OLED from Sony that you can save $2,000 on for a limited time. Most of these sales last through the weekend, so now is the time to score discounts on the tech you've been eyeing. There are some non-tech deals listed here, too, just because they're such good deals.


new-opportunities-for-businesses-to-use-iot-technology

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In recent years, the Internet of Things (IoT), has seen more popularity in cyber markets. Statista projects the IoT industry worldwide. The Internet of Things (IoT), which is a collection of connected devices such as smart home and office gadgets and others, has seen more popularity in recent years. Statista predicts that the IoT market will exceed one trillion dollars worldwide by 2030. Businesses can now use IoT technology to increase their revenue.


AI in everyday life 🔹

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Below are some AI applications that you may not realise are AI-powered: Online shopping and advertising Artificial intelligence is widely used to provide personalised recommendations to people, based for example on their previous searches and purchases or other online behaviour. AI is hugely important in commerce: optimising products, planning inventory, logistics etc. Web search Search engines learn from the vast input of data, provided by their users to provide relevant search results. Digital personal assistants Smartphones use AI to provide services that are as relevant and personalised as possible. Virtual assistants answering questions, providing recommendations and helping organise daily routines have become ubiquitous. Machine translations Language translation software, either based on written or spoken text, relies on artificial intelligence to provide and improve translations.


Best streaming device deals for Super Bowl LVI: Roku, Fire Stick, Apple TV

ZDNet

Streaming devices may seem redundant in an era where smart TVs are king of home entertainment. But they can breathe new life into older, "dumb" TVs and even older smart TVs that no longer support newer versions of your favorite apps. They're incredibly easy to use: just plug them into a free HDMI port, connect to your home's Wi-Fi, and sign into your apps, and many work with virtual assistants like Alexa, Hey Google, and Siri for hands-free controls and integration into your smart home network. Just in time for the Super Bowl, you can take advantage of some great markdown deals and device bundles from retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart, so you don't miss a second of the action (and commercials). These devices are also great if you want to plunk the kids in another room to watch Encanto for the 11th time while you try to figure out exactly where Cincinnati is and why their fans yell "Who Dey" (hint from an Ohioan: I don't know either.