FLORENCE, Italy – Luxury goods are described as made by the hands of skilled artisans, but Sir Jonathan Ive of Apple argued at the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference April 22 that all devices, even those in the technology space, have handcrafted elements.
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Marketers are expected to spend nearly $70 million on smartwatch advertisements by 2019, according to a report by Juniper Research.
British department store Harrods is hosting its first technology branded takeover with Samsung to showcase a range of electronics including its Galaxy S6 smartphone released April 10.
Technology manufacturer Apple is showing its Apple Watch in action through a virtual tour presented through an email blast.
The New York Times is among the growing list of high-end brands to create applications for the Apple Watch.
In the first quarter of 2015, marketers used mobile touchpoints to enhance simple interactions such as a catalog browsing as well as to strengthen the physical experience at a branded retrospective.
British smartphone manufacturer Vertu is encouraging consumers to #LiveExtraordinary through the use of services included when its mobile devices are purchased.
Danish audio and video brand Bang & Olufsen is selling its automotive car audio business to global infotainment and audio group Harman International Industries.
NEW YORK – Technology and the Internet has fundamentally changed the retail landscape forever, resulting in six major shifts that can now be identified, according to an author at the Columbia Business School Retail & Luxury Goods Conference March 27.
British smartphone manufacturer Vertu is reducing its design cycles by 50 percent through a new partnership with software maker PTC solutions.