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Displaying items by tag: Walmart

Social media app TikTok has found itself in a quandary since it has had no response from the government's Committee on Foreign Investment in the US about its owner ByteDance's plan to address the issues around data security raised earlier this year.

Published in Government Tech Policy

A judge in the US has blocked the government from implementing a decision to make it mandatory for Apple and Google to remove the WeChat application from their respective app stores.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Indian outsourcing firms may be on a good wicket at the moment but could soon end up literally being caught in the slips due to the fact that their staff are unable to keep up with the changing technologies that companies that could become their clients have begun using.

Published in Outsourcing

A non-profit that has been critical of the business practices of giant US retailer Amazon, and claims to have grassroots support for average Americans, is funded by some of the company's main corporate rivals, a report claims.

Published in Strategy

The US is trying to intervene in technology regulation in India, this time telling the government that proposed rules on e-commerce will affect plans by Walmart and Amazon to invest in the country.

Published in Technology Regulation

The online smartphone market in India is set to cross 15 million units in the third quarter of 2018, an increase of more than 25% year-on-year, and comprising 38% of the total online market, technology analyst firm Canalys claims.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 08 March 2017 13:21

How to solve the retail automation problem

The days of the smiling (or sometimes sour-faced) service attendants are all but over, soon to be victims of the unstoppable tsunami of automation. Can anything be done to stop the irresistible juggernaut of automated technology that threatens so many jobs? Perhaps, but only if we want it stopped.

Published in Beerfiles
Wednesday, 27 May 2015 22:59

The rise and rise of the Telstra brand

Telstra has joined the ranks of the world’s top 100 most valuable brands for the first time this year with a brand value of $12.7 billion.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

A brand new smart watch with built-in phone that also pairs with iPhones and Androids has just launched at the US Walmart chain for a very nice US $199 price.

Published in Mobility

Seattle's Boeing Field was chock-a-block with corporate jets thought to be linked to Microsoft's CEO Summit. More than 100 business and other leaders are attending.

Published in Development
A deal between online photo service Snapfish and Walmart means customers will be able to collect their prints in one hour from more than 3000 participating stores.

Tuesday, 23 December 2008 03:09

iPhone nano rumours fanned by case manufacturer

Among the varied Apple rumours is the fabled iPhone nano. The case manufacturer that's scored two from two - iPhone 3G and fourth-gen iPod nano products ahead of Apple's announcements - is now flagging cases for the iPhone nano.

Published in Market
Monday, 08 December 2008 05:53

$99 iPhone is inevitable, says analyst

A market analyst's report has sparked renewed speculation that there will soon be a $US99 iPhone. There are a number of reasons why the speculation may well solidify into something concrete.

Published in Core Dump
Sunday, 07 December 2008 16:10

$99 iPhone not coming after all?

Although the Boy Genius Report (BGR) said that WalMart would possibly be launching a 4GB $99 iPhone sometime this month, new reports say that while WalMart may well be getting ready to sell the iPhone, it won’t be a 4GB version.

Published in Market
Friday, 05 December 2008 05:44

$99 iPhone coming this month

Is a major US retailer about to start selling a version of the iPhone 3G with 4G of storage for just $US99?

Published in Market
In the ten bottled water brands tested, thirty-eight different contaminates were found by the public health activist group Environmental Working Group. Two brands (Wal-mart's Sam's Choice and Giant Food's Acadia) violated state and industry standards.

Published in Health
When it announced that early adopters of the online music download store would lose access to tracks they had already purchased, Walmart discovered that the Internet gives consumers a very loud voice. Now it appears that Walmart is changing tune...

Published in Networking
Sunday, 28 September 2008 16:00

Walmart: all your music are belong to us

Walmart is known for selling cheap stuff and keeping shoppers who want it cheap nice and cheerful. Now users of the Walmart music download service could lose access to some tracks they have already bought and paid for.

Published in Networking

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