eBay has changed momentously in its 18 years in Australia As little as five years ago eBay’s product mix was 50/50 new and second hand, mobile access was minimal, and it had about six million…
CeBIT to be held from 23-25 May at Sydney ICC CeBIT will showcase the latest technology and gadgets at CeBIT Australia to be held from 23 to 25 May at the new International Convention Centre,…
Will Amazon’s entry into Australia lead to a price war? New research by Telstra and Neto shows that 35% of Australians will shift their online purchases to Amazon once the e-commerce giant arrives in the…
Aussie retailers get ready for the siege Many Australian retailers are not ready for the assault coming in the form of Amazon, or what left-field havoc players like Uber, Facebook and others…
Haptic advertisements – buzzing on an Android near you The addition of haptic — force — feedback to smartphone advertisements can lift a brand favourability by 50%, says a new study.
HP recycles 10 million Aussie print cartridges HP, in conjunction with Cartridges for Planet Ark, has recycled 10 million print cartridges in Australia.
Facebook – hate speech not welcome here In a landmark ruling, an Austrian court has ordered Facebook to remove hate speech from its posts. The ruling is not country specific.
Demand for smartphones in Q1 as strong as ever: IDC Global shipments of smartphones totalled 347.4 million in Q1, 2017, an increase of 4.3% year-on-year says IDC.
IDC sees green shoots in the PC market Worldwide shipments of traditional PCs totalled 60.3 million units in Q1, 2017 – a 0.6% y-o-y growth and the first positive “green-shoots” indicator since Q1,…
Global tablet sales 'on a slippery slope' Worldwide tablet sales contracted 8.5% in Q1, 2017 as the migration from traditional slates to hybrid formats continues to escalate.

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