Telefonica-owned Movistar is introducing innovative touch screen video walls to its stores across South America.
The juxtaposition of old and new is evident at Hard Rock Cafe in Orlando, Florida, as the restaurant chain uses transparent technology to help showcase music memorabilia.
Senior representatives from Benetton, Intersport, Harrods, Telefonica O2 and Heathrow Airport have been confirmed as speakers for the Retail Digital Signage Expo 2016.
Microsoft opens its first flagship store in New York City today, showcasing a range of the software company's products and services, as well as interactive technology.
The North Face has opened a new store in London's Regent Street, using digital screens and special features to change the look and feel of the store depending on the season.
US ice hockey team Minnesota Wild is aiming to boost the match-day experience for its fans by deploying digital signage across its stadium.
3M Touch Systems marketing operations manager Paolo Pedrazzoli on why his company will be exhibiting at the Retail Digital Signage Expo.
Technology companies Samsung and Walkbase have teamed up to create a new in-store advertising proposition for retailers by combining analytics and digital signage.
With NFC technology, video screens, visual search and smartphone charging facilities, new Shoreditch-based fashion retail store The Dandy Lab is viewed as a test-bed for the future of retailing.
Lithuanian convenience retailing chain Narvesen is using Samsung digital signage in its stores to provide nationwide marketing opportunities for consumer brands.
Technology vendor Toshiba has been awarded the 2015 ICX Association Excellence award for its digital signage installation at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Financial services and retail companies in the Baltics are increasingly investing in digital signage marketing to raise awareness of their products and services.