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A world-first auction style platform called Kazoik has launched, with a weekly five minute auction for desirable gadgets like smartphones, smartwatches, speakers, headphones, wireless earbuds, high-end backpacks and more, delivering great tech for consumers and great publicity for companies - with a business flavoured version launching on Thursday and a chance to win an Alcatel TCL 10 Pro smartphone.

Published in Home Tech

Asia-Pacific countries, including Australia, are adopting several strategies and roadmaps to achieve the renewable energy target designated by their nations, according to a newly published report on the regional energy market.

Published in Energy

At his Medium blog, FCC chairman Ajit Pai has announced the first of several 5G auctions in the US to bring forth millimetre-wave spectrum for mobile broadband, and more.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Monday, 29 June 2015 15:30

GraysOnline to acquire DMS Davlan

The Grays eCommerce group is to acquire B2B platform DMS Davlan, an established auction business in the key agricultural vertical and one of Australia’s premier asset management companies.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 23 October 2014 12:54

Record price set for Apple 1 at auction

There's a history of Apple 1 computers selling for big money.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 10:11

iPhone 6 prototype fetching over $100,000

While it may seme pretty far fetched a telco would send out a prototype iPhone 6 instead of the finished consumer model, it seems that's exactly what happened to one lucky user, who is now selling the phone on eBay.

Published in Mobility

There are some pretty huge Apple fans out there, including those willing to wait overnight for a new iPhone, but you could prove yourself to be the greatest of all and purchase two of Apple's huge rainbow logos, from the walls of the company's HQ, set to be auctioned for at least $10,000 each.

Published in Listed Tech

A forthcoming online auction may be of interest to collectors of early IT equipment.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 13:53

Jony Ive talks design in new video

Apple's design chief Jony Ive has become rather iconic in his own right, but this time fans have been treated to a rare instance where Ive talks design innovation without mentioning Apple.

Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 10 July 2013 13:08

A slice of Apple history sells for $427k

A signed Steve Wozniak Apple-1 has fetched $427,000 at auction, although it's a figure far below earlier estimates.

Tuesday, 02 July 2013 04:01

James Bond's submarine car up for grabs

The super spy's iconic white Lotus Esprit, the one that transformed from car to submarine, will be on sale in London this September.

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 26 April 2013 12:34

Is this the most expensive coffee date ever?

If you'd like to enjoy a coffee date with Apple CEO Tim Cook you might have to mortgage your home, as bidding has passed the $200,000 mark.

Published in Networking
Monday, 28 February 2011 12:41

eBay continues move from auction to retail

eBay is no longer primarily an auction site but predominantly a retail outlet. This was the message delivered by the boss of the product division of eBay in Australia.

Published in Home Tech
Domain name broker SnapNames.com has always had its measure of detractors complaining the company permitted dubious practices. One grievance is now proven true with SnapNames admitting a staff member was bidding on domain name auctions, winning some for personal gain and inflating the price of others.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Wednesday, 10 December 2008 05:47

Trading Post renews bid to outbid eBay - on mobiles!

After launching a new auction site earlier this year, Sensis and Telstra are ratcheting up the pressure against eBay with the launch of a new “mobile” shopping and auction site that also works from mobile phones, even delivering free SMS alerts on bids, outbids and auction wins. Can Sensis bounce the eBay behemoth?
Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 18 November 2008 05:29

$1 Flat fee SOC Exchange takes on eBay

Sick of eBay and their PayPal pushing processes?  Now there is another new kid on the block setting up a virtual Lemonade Stand.  The SOC Exchange is distinguishing itself from eBay by offering a flat fee structure, rather than taking a slice of the seller’s profit. 

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 27 October 2008 08:52

eBay's 'œBest Offer' coming to Australia

Finally, some positive news about the world’s largest online auction house, eBay: a way to generate the “best offer” on products for sale, which has resulted in an “average 10% increase” in conversion rates at eBay’s US website. Will it do the same down under?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 21 October 2008 16:18

The elephant in the eBay auction room

When it comes to there being an elephant in the room as far as eBay is concerned, then it would have to be the subject of trading in illegal items. According to one eBay insider, the company is about to chop up that elephant and throw some of it off the auction floor.

“You’re fired”, says eBay to 1600 workers globally, likely unaware that the world’s biggest and most profitable online auction house was going to put workers on the chopping block, with 18 of those poor souls in eBay’s Australian operations.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Online auction site OZtion claims it has taken 32 percent of the Australian auction market, thanks in part to charging lower fees than eBay.

Published in Networking
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