Fitbit acquires Vector Watch Fitbit, the world’s largest fitness wearable company, has acquired luxury brand smartwatch start-up Vector. This comes shortly after its acquisition of Pebble smartwatches.
iPhone effect: Foxconn suffers first annual sales fall A major iPhone assembler has reported its first annual decline in sales since it became a public entity in 1991.
Network operator revenues threatened by consumer OTT migration A new study from Juniper Research estimates that consumer migration from operator voice and text services to OTT (Over the Top) messaging services and social…
Drive towards US$144 billion as ADAS, Autonomous Vehicle market set for growth The Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Vehicle (AV) market is set for solid growth over the next four years, with global revenues expected…
Alibaba and GS1 sign MoU for Australian business GS1 Australia and the Alibaba Group (Australia and New Zealand) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to formalise, promote and strengthen online trade between…
Apple to overtake Microsoft in 2017 OS shipments: Gartner Technology research company Gartner has predicted that Apple will overtake Microsoft in OS shipments this year, with shipments of devices powered by its operating systems…
Cook's bonus down as Apple misses sales target Apple chief executive Tim Cook will receive 15% less salary and bonuses in 2016 than the previous year, after the company revealed that it had…
Alibaba sues fake Swarovski watch resellers In a first, Chinese-based e-commerce hosting website Alibaba has sued two of its resellers for selling fake goods on its Taobao platform.
ACCC wins appeal over Flight Centre price-fixing bid The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has won a High Court appeal over Flight Centre's bid to induce three international airlines to enter price-fixing arrangements…

Page 10 of 538