The machine made its debut three weeks ago. About 10 transactions have taken place so far.
The Washington economy continues to wobble. But the area’s biggest companies are faring okay.
Siftit, which debuted locally last month, helps restaurateurs order from a number of vendors at once.
Tess Mellinger came up with the idea for I-Wear Charmz when she was 8. Today they are sold around the U.S.
The 79,000-square-foot location will include a gun library, indoor archery range and a fudge shop.
The company’s first District store -- and it’s second store ever -- features 900 dresses and 500 accessories that are ready to rent.
At Ugg and Burberry’s new area stores, iPads and touch screens help guide shoppers.
The government technology show is being canceled after 37 years as organizers focus on new projects.
The Hybrid Shop’s technology is currently offered at 28 repair shops. Next year, it plans to grow to 150.