American global semiconductor equipment manufacturer Revasum has joined the PowerAmericaInstitute (PowerAmerica) to collaborate in bringing next generation silicon carbide and gallium nitride power electronics to markets faster, “reducing cost and risk factors associated with new generation technologies”.
Brisbane-based technology start-up Citrus is claiming successive new client wins both in Australia and globally, including wine merchant Dan Murphy, since launching its online advertising platform last December.
Michael Nixon, billed as a teen prodigy, is also the creator of "The Amazing Annoyatron", and has seen his product receive an iAward at the NSW finals event held in Sydney last Thursday.
The Transport Security Administration is implementing new US Airport screening procedures for carry on bags to ensure passenger safety. Any electronic device bigger than a mobile phone will require X-ray screening.
Global defence industry technology company Northrop Grumman is investing $50 million to develop an advanced defence electronics maintenance and sustainment centre in Western Sydney.
A new document designed to "reduce the number of deaths and injuries from children swallowing button batteries in Australia" comes from the ACCC which urges businesses to take urgent note.
Proudly boasting of being ‘Back and Better than Ever,’ Kogan has taken control and has brought Dick Smith back to life the day after the old physical stores closed forever.
The demise of the Dick Smith group of electronic stores is now complete, with receivers to close all stores throughout Australia and New Zealand, with close to 3,000 staff to lose their jobs.
Classified advertising website and community marketplace, Gumtree, is claiming a major milestone, reaching more than three million live listings and three million daily visits for the first time in the site’s history.
The future, or lack of it, for the Dick Smith stores may become clearer later this week as administrators look at options for the group ahead of a creditors meeting scheduled for Thursday.
Creditors, shareholders, suppliers and customers of electronics retailer Dick Smith have been left in limbo as they wait to see what is to happen to the company’s hundreds of stores throughout Australia and New Zealand after the business was placed in voluntary administration.
The Dick Smith electronics retail group has seen solid growth in its online business over the past 12 months, with online sales now comprising 8% of total retail sales across the Australian business.
Global electronics company Hitachi has selected Australian Machine-to-Machine (M2M) devices and solutions provider NetComm Wireless (ASX:NTC) to enable its remote energy monitoring and management systems for international customers.
Korean tech giant Samsung is embroiled in a fresh legal battle with a rival company but of a much smaller scale than usual - Samsung has accused LG employees of vandalising its washing machines at retail stores in Germany.
Good news for fans of SBS and fans of crazy new TV technology - the free-to-air broadcaster is the first to launch its new Web-enabled TV HbbTV technology, letting users view On Demand video seamlessly with digital TV.
Panasonic has restructured its Consumer Electronics Group in Australia and appointed a new director to head up that part of its business.
Dick Smith will take the reins of the electronics sections at David Jones' department stores under a new deal announced today.
Dick Smith's messy separation with Woolworths is now fully finalised, with the two companies announcing today that Dick Smith no longer has any financial obligations to its former partner.
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