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While the world is still looking at self-driving vehicles, Japan is hard at work on autonomous cargo container ships, already planning a 236 mile trip next February into busy cargo lanes with a vessel that has no crew.

Published in Energy

The Tas Bull Seafarers Foundation is providing internet connectivity to international seafarers entering Australian ports.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The global PC market is expected to fall by 3.4% in 2020, with PC shipments in the first quarter of 2020 falling by more than 25% sequentially and 10% annually due to the coronavirus outbreak affecting both the channel and supply chains in China.

Published in Market
Monday, 18 February 2019 09:19

SendPro+ simplifies small business shipping

Pitney Bowes has launched SendPro+, its "complete office sending solution" for small businesses.

Published in Business Software

The Pitney Bowes Parcel Shipping Index reports that "parcel shipping generated A$9.2 billion in revenue last year, an increase of 6.2% over 2016.

Published in Development

Global-gone-local marketplace Amazon.Com.Au now offers Amazon Prime in Australia, with free two-day delivery, plus Prime Video, Prime Reading, Twitch Prime and other inclusions.

Published in Home Tech

If you're in business and want to deliver personalised yet automated customer service through Facebook Messenger and Web applications, then shipping, mailing, data and commerce experts Pitney Bowes want to send you a message.

Published in Business Software

Christmas has come early for small businesses wanting to give and receive the gift of global flat-rate shipping via Sendle's door-to-door delivery service.

Published in Home Tech

Shippit powers delivery for "hundreds of retailers across Australia sending tens of thousands of deliveries every single month", and with volumes growing 50% every month, they ship it good.

Published in Development

With Amazon sending amazing shivers up the spine of Australian retailers, there’s also plenty of advice on what retailers (let alone consumers) can expect, with online shipping do’s and don’ts for retailers to ensure their shipping costs remain shipshape. 

Published in Home Tech

Logistics software company Temando’s “Annual State of Shipping in Commerce Report” says improved online shipping experiences and retailer capabilities can help Aussie retailers fight Amazon.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 14 June 2017 11:01

Speedcast expands maritime deal with Inmarsat

Maritime broadband connectivity provider Speedcast has added more than 350 ships to the rollout of Inmarsat’s Global Xpress satellite communications services.

Published in Strategy

Australian-listed global satellite provider Sky and Space Global has inked a procurement contract with nano-satellite maker GomSpace for the latter to develop and deliver Sky and Space's full equatorial nano-satellite constellation.

Published in Space
Thursday, 01 December 2016 11:18

SpeedCast releases Sigma Net for shipping industry

Global satellite communications and network service provider, SpeedCast, has released Sigma Net, a new standard for shipping and remote site network management designed specifically for VSAT and MSS.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Singapore telco Singtel and global mobile satellite company Inmarsat have inked a deal and formed a strategic partnership they say will enhance maritime cyber security using Trustwave’s Unified Threat Management (UTM) solution.

Published in Security
Thursday, 26 March 2015 13:28

PayPal picks up tab for returning purchases

A new scheme by PayPal covers shipping costs when online shoppers need to return their purchases.

Published in Home Tech

Ever wanted to buy something from the US, whether online or from a store, but the store didn’t ship to Australia, didn’t accept our credit cards or was only available in-store?

Published in Home Tech

Samsung’s highly anticipated dual-screened, stylus-enabled, Quad-HD smartphone, the Galaxy Note Edge, has seen its Australian shipping date edge out to a week before December.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 16 September 2013 11:09

Gamers stealing Grand Theft Auto V

Rockstar is investigating a "shipping error" which saw Grand Theft Auto V leaked online almost a week ahead of its release date.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 15 November 2012 17:44

PreZoom adds to overseas shopping options

There are a growing number of ways of dealing with those pesky online stores that won't ship to addresses outside the US or the UK. The latest is PreZoom.

Published in Home Tech
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