Zebra Technologies recently released its new study entitled "Closing the Trust Gap: Technology and the Food Supply Chain", and we spoke to Zebra's Country Lead for A/NZ, Tom Christodolou, about technology's importance to the supply chain and how consumer trust can be restored and maintained in the food supply we all take for granted.
An Australian tech company has re-invented the baby bottle, thanks to a new mother discovering a major baby bottle sterilising paint point which led to her joining forces with the mother of invention to disrupt parenting for the better – with true innovation!
If your face grows hair, and you want it styled, or gone from there, Braun's Series 9 is an ultra premium way to wear your face the way you want it worn and shorn.
Dyson’s latest Airblade dryer is now 35% quieter, but doesn’t compromise on speed, hygiene or sound.
Multitasking at the computer has become a lot more viable with Logitech’s K310, a keyboard described as the first of its kind to be fully washable.
OMG! Scientists make the earth shattering discovery that the screens of iPhones, iPads and other smart devices can carry germs, whether through display in stores or by the sharing of devices prompting calls for hand sanitizers and anti-bacterial wipes, but while hygiene is always welcome, isn't the whole thing a bit of a beat up?
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