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Biography for Rebecca Day

Rebecca Day, Senior editor of Consumer Electronics Daily and contributing editor to Communications Daily and Washington Internet Daily, joined Warren Communications News in 2010. She’s a longtime CE industry veteran who has also written about consumer tech for Popular Mechanics, Residential Tech Today, CE Pro and others. You can follow Day on Instagram and Twitter: @rebday

Recent Articles by Rebecca Day

Consumers 'Overwhelmed' as OTT Viewing Options Proliferate: Horowitz

Video streamers are feeling “overwhelmed” by the number of over-the-top streaming options available, said a Wednesday Horowitz Research report. Consumers are feeling the “pain” and fatigue of having too many streaming services to choose from, as content has become fragmented…Subscribe to Read >>

Online Prime Day Spend Up 6% Despite 'Muted' Discounts: Adobe

Despite "relatively muted discounts across most categories," the $11 billion overall e-commerce spend during Amazon's two-day Prime Day event suggests a “pent up demand for online shopping as consumers look forward to a return to normalcy,” emailed Adobe Digital Insights…Subscribe to Read >>

Walmart Building on AI, ML, Computer Vision Tech Pushed by Pandemic

Walmart had to “unlearn” how to serve customers from a pre- to post-pandemic world and empower its teams to work “at speed,” Global Chief Technology Officer and Chief Development Officer Suresh Kumar told a webinar at the National Retail Federation’s…Subscribe to Read >>

Marketers, Protesters Latch Onto Amazon Prime Day Buzz

Prime Day rolled out without incident Monday as Amazon avoided website bottlenecks of previous years (see 1807170045) with an off-peak 3 a.m. EDT start time. There was still plenty of noise about the high-profile event, as Amazon, media sites and…Subscribe to Read >>

Walmart's US CEO Pushes Vaccines for Boosting Economy

Keynoters underscored the importance of COVID-19 vaccinations at the National Retail Federation’s virtual Retail Converge conference Monday, as retailers look to bring customers back to stores while riding the surge in pandemic-driven e-commerce growth.Subscribe to Read >>