Displaying items by tag: Harvey Norman

Monday, 20 September 2021 12:36

Cygnett ring light remote recalled

The remote control for a range of ring lights marketed by Cygnett has been recalled for safety reasons.

Published in Your Tech

Chinese smartphone maker vivo, one of the three main brands owned by B.B.K. Electronics, has announced discounts on some of its models from 1 April as an Easter promotion.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 10 February 2021 10:36

OPPO devices to be sold through Harvey Norman stores

Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has cut a deal with Australian behemoth Harvey Norman to stock its devices across the country.

Published in Mobility

Telco Singtel Optus has teamed up with retailer Harvey Norman to set up Optus Business Hubs for small businesses which would function as a one-stop shop for SMBs to obtain select telecommunications products.

With Apple's latest smartwatches now available, Oppo's coming soon, and more smartwatches than you can poke a stick at online, even from Kogan with its own branded models, there's plenty of choice, but with Fitbit now making its 2020 range available in store, a lot of its fans will be very happy.

Published in Home Tech

There's one word missing in Nokia's press release for its new 8.3 model with 5G, and that's battery, and with 5G known to be a battery hog, will Nokia and Android's adaptive power save smarts save the day and ensure this 007 connected phone can likewise avoid an early death?

Published in Home Tech

Australia’s largest telco Telstra and the Harvey Norman retail group have gone live on Apple Business Chat with online business messaging solutions provider LivePerson.

Published in MVNO
Thursday, 30 August 2018 17:42

VIDEO: Nokia new 5.1 model arrives in Australia

Billed as "effortlessly stylish, understated and compact", the Nokia 5.1 is now available at Harvey Norman.

Published in Home Tech

Dubbed as potentially "the most important piece of digital equipment in Australian homes in 2018", Symantec says its Core router is "the solution to help keep cyber criminals out of Australian homes".

Published in Home Tech

One, six, seven, eight, who does Nokia appreciate? Android! After years of faffing around with useless Windows Phone, Nokia reborn is doing a reboot with Android, and is doing good, with the new models launching this month.

Published in Home Tech

Cloud-based business software provider Freshworks has opened its first data centre in the Asia Pacific region, choosing Sydney to begin the expansion of its footprint in the region.

Published in Data Centres

Local Australian brands that have low levels of online shopping should be able to withstand any pressure from Amazon, more than brands which have a high percentage of online shoppers, according to Roy Morgan Research.

Published in Strategy

An email sent by Amazon third-party sellers indicates that the US retailing giant will begin selling on its Australian store today, with the obvious intention of stepping up things alongside Black Friday in the US.

Published in Strategy

Internet of Things solutions provider Quantify Technology has signed a deal with the Harvey Norman chain of retail stores that it claims will potentially bring in $30 million in annual sales.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 19 September 2017 13:11

Kaspersky says Harvey Norman ban its own business

Security vendor Kaspersky Lab has reacted to reports that Australian retailer Harvey Norman will no longer be selling its products by saying it respects the decision of any business to sell and market products as it sees fit.

Published in Security
Monday, 30 January 2017 12:08

Cartoon Network, Boomerang launch on Fetch TV

Cartoon entertainment channels Cartoon Network and Boomerang have launched on Fetch TV following Fetch’s addition of the Turner CNN news channel in October last year.

Published in Market

Think about getting the latest smartphone/gadget, delivered to your office during work hours or your home as late as 10 pm.

Published in Strategy

The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) was enacted on 1 January 2011. Without doubt, it has shaken the very foundations of business to provide adequate consumer protection – taking down some very high profile organisations along the way.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Thursday, 03 December 2015 23:26

Asus launches 14-inch EeeBook E402 in Australia

EeeBooks ushered in the age of the netbook, but with a 14-inch screen, the E402 is a very affordable Intel Baytrail-M, Windows 10-powered notebook.

Published in Home Tech

Lenovo has stretched out and manifested from within its factories two new premium Windows 10 convertible laptops, a sleek 11-inch model and its bigger 14-inch brother.

Published in Home Tech
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