Internet-connected tech toys and games are on this year’s family holiday wish lists, but one category needs some small fixes in order to win a spot in parents’ shopping carts. That is because manufacturers have stopped production of certain connected toys, even though parents and kids still want them.
What even is a vice anymore? This issue of WTF, backed by a global survey, explores the changing morality of “vices.” Will consumer interest be enough to fuel the projected growth in industries like cannabis? Read WTF: Vice »
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What the Future is a quarterly deep dive into different aspects of consumer and social thought and behavior. Each edition features exclusive new data from world-leading research firm Ipsos. WTF explores how a single industry or behavior fits into the broader culture now and in the coming decades. Read Previous WTF Issues »